Find a Cheap Online College
An annual average tuition of $11,040 is charged by colleges that offer online music education programs in the US. In recent years, there has been a 20.2% increase in the average tuition. The per annum average tuition was $9,187 at these online colleges and universities in 2007.
The tuition range for online music education colleges is displayed in the following graph. Tuition is shown from the highest to lowest cost colleges and universities.
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At the high end, schools offering online music education programs charge students more than $15,950 in tuition yearly. But, the cheapest colleges and universities charge per annum tuition costs in the range of $3,874 to $5,096. Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, and Texas are home to the least expensive accredited online music education schools.
- Master of Music Education
- Master of Music in Music Education
- Master of Music in Music Education – Choral
- Master of Arts in Music Education
- Bachelor in Music Education
- Bachelor in Music Education – All Levels – Choral
- Master of Music in Music Education – Elementary/General Music
- Master of Education in Music Education
- Master of Music – Music Education-Recital
- Bachelor in Music Education – All Levels – Piano
These cheap programs graduated an estimated 18% of music education graduates from online schools around the US in 2011. This represents 48,464 of the 266,806 graduates from across the country. From 2006 to 2011, the percentage of music education graduates from the most inexpensive online schools has decreased. However, the number of graduates has increased by 28,100 graduates per year.
Other somewhat more costly online music education schools charge a yearly tuition in the range of $5,124 to $7,008. Of the 17 online colleges and universities with music education programs in the nation, 4 offer programs with tuition in this range.
A reported 38.1%, or 101,605 of the nation’s music education graduates earned their degrees and certificates from these affordable online programs in 2011. The number of graduates from these schools was only 63,791 students, just 5 years earlier, in 2006. This is a 59% increase in the number of students graduating from these cheap online schools.
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|1. University of Idaho||Moscow, Idaho||$3,874||$11,592|
|2. University of Montana||Missoula, Montana||$3,966||$17,590|
|3. New Mexico State University||Las Cruces, New Mexico||$4,128||$15,408|
|4. Stephen F Austin State University||Nacogdoches, Texas||$5,096||$14,396|
|5. University of South Florida||Tampa, Florida||$5,124||$15,933|
|6. University of Southern Mississippi||Hattiesburg, Mississippi||$5,452||$13,408|
|7. University of Nebraska||Lincoln, Nebraska||$5,948||$17,648|
|8. Auburn University||Auburn, Alabama||$7,008||$21,024|
|9. University of Kentucky||Lexington, Kentucky||$7,656||$16,724|
|10. Kent State University||Kent, Ohio||$9,030||$16,990|
|11. Ohio University||Athens, Ohio||$9,603||$18,567|
|12. Southwestern Assemblies of God University||Waxahachie, Texas||$13,950||$13,950|
|13. Evangel University||Springfield, Missouri||$15,950||$15,950|
|14. Liberty University||Lynchburg, Virginia||$16,792||$16,792|
|15. Anderson University||Anderson, South Carolina||$18,500||$18,500|
|16. Concordia University||St. Paul, Minnesota||$27,400||$27,400|
|17. Gordon College||Wenham, Massachusetts||$28,210||$28,210|