The average tuition charged by colleges and universities across the nation that offer online masters degree in literacy programs is $13,087 yearly. In recent years, the average tuition has increased by 16.4%. The average tuition per year was $11,244 at these online colleges and universities in 2007.
The range of tuition at colleges offering online reading and literacy programs at the masters level from least to most affordable is shown in the following chart:
|Tuition Level||Number of Schools|
A yearly tuition of over $22,500 is charged by the costliest online masters degree in literacy colleges and universities. On the other end of the spectrum, tuition in the range of $4,970 to $6,885 per annum is charged by the cheapest colleges and universities. The accredited online literacy masters degree schools that are the least costly are located in Mississippi, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
- Master of Science in Early Childhood Literacy
- Master of Arts in Education in Literacy Education
- Master of Science in Childhood Education-Literacy
- Master of Education in Literacy Education
- Curriculum & Instruction: Adolescent Literacy
- Master of Arts in Education – Reading Literacy
- Master of Science in Education in Literacy
- MA/Education – Reading Literacy
- Master of Education – Reading/Literacy
- Master of Education in Literacy
In 2011, these affordable programs graduated a reported 26% of literacy graduates with masters degrees from online colleges and universities in the nation. This represents 88,353 of the 334,580 graduates from across the country. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of literacy graduates with masters degrees from the least expensive online schools has increased by 25,581 graduates per year, while the percentage of graduates from these schools has also increased.
Tuition ranging from $7,508 to $8,493 per annum is charged by other somewhat more expensive online literacy masters degree colleges and universities. Tuition in this range is charged by 5 of the 20 online colleges that offer masters degrees in literacy programs in the country.
Approximately 34.4% of the nation’s literacy masters level graduates earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This represents 115,033 students. In 2006, which was just 5 years earlier, the number of graduates from these schools was only 69,193 students. This represents a 66% increase in the number of graduates from these affordable online schools.
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