Find a Cheap Online College
Colleges in the US that have online music programs require students to pay an average tuition of $10,769 per year. Over the past few years, the average tuition has increased. This change in tuition was about 12.5%. The average tuition per annum was $9,576 at these online colleges in 2007.
The range of tuition at online music colleges from least to most affordable is shown in the following chart:
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The most expensive colleges that have online music programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of over $15,950. But, tuition in the range of $3,002 to $5,096 yearly is charged by the cheapest schools. Idaho, Louisiana, Montana, New Mexico, and New York are home to the lowest cost accredited online music schools.
- Bachelor in Music Performance – Vocal Performance
- Bachelor in Music Performance – Piano Performance
- Master of Music – Music Education
- Master of Music
- Bachelor of Science in General Studies – Music History
- Master of Music in Music Education – Elementary/General Music
- Master of Music Education
- Master of Music in Music Performance
- Bachelor in Worship and Church Music
- Master of Arts in Music Education
These reasonably priced programs graduated roughly 20% of music graduates from online schools around the US in 2011. Therefore, of the 375,769 graduates from across the country, 76,539 are from the most inexpensive colleges. From 2006 to 2011, the number of music graduates from the least costly online schools has increased by 37,398 graduates per year. However, the percentage of graduates from these schools has decreased.
Yearly tuition in the range of $5,124 to $7,008 is charged by other somewhat more costly online music schools. A reported 7 of the 30 online schools with music programs in the US charge tuition in this range.
In 2011, 40.7%, or 152,831 of the country’s music graduates received their certificates from these cheap online programs. In 2006, which was just 5 years earlier, the number of graduates from these schools was only 104,004 students. Thus, the number of graduates from these affordable online colleges has increased by 47%.
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|1. Northwestern State University of Louisiana||Natchitoches, Louisiana||$3,002||$10,744|
|2. University of Idaho||Moscow, Idaho||$3,874||$11,592|
|3. University of Montana||Missoula, Montana||$3,966||$17,590|
|4. New Mexico State University||Las Cruces, New Mexico||$4,128||$15,408|
|5. Lehman College||Bronx, New York||$4,600||$9,960|
|6. Montana State University||Bozeman, Montana||$4,836||$16,872|
|7. Stephen F Austin State University||Nacogdoches, Texas||$5,096||$14,396|
|8. University of South Florida||Tampa, Florida||$5,124||$15,933|
|9. Colorado State University||Fort Collins, Colorado||$5,256||$21,366|
|10. University of Southern Mississippi||Hattiesburg, Mississippi||$5,452||$13,408|
|11. Mississippi State University||Mississippi State, Mississippi||$5,461||$13,801|
|12. Minnesota State University||Mankato, Minnesota||$5,927||$12,680|
|13. University of Nebraska||Lincoln, Nebraska||$5,948||$17,648|
|14. Auburn University||Auburn, Alabama||$7,008||$21,024|
|15. University of Hawaii||Honolulu, Hawaii||$7,584||$21,024|
|16. University of Kentucky||Lexington, Kentucky||$7,656||$16,724|
|17. Kent State University||Kent, Ohio||$9,030||$16,990|
|18. Ohio University||Athens, Ohio||$9,603||$18,567|
|19. Maranatha Baptist Bible College||Watertown, Wisconsin||$10,500||$10,500|
|20. Lee University||Cleveland, Tennessee||$11,660||$11,660|