Find a Cheap Online College
The average tuition charged by colleges in the US offering online teaching programs is $12,570 yearly. The average tuition has increased over the past few years. This change in tuition was approximately 18.7%. The yearly average tuition was $10,590 at these online colleges in 2007.
Online teaching colleges can also be referred to as teacher education colleges. The range of tuition at online teaching colleges is shown in the following chart. Tuition is shown from the most to least expensive colleges and universities.
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Tuition of more than $20,506 per annum is charged by the most expensive online teaching colleges. On the other hand, annual tuition charged by the cheapest schools ranges from $1,584 to $5,124. The most inexpensive accredited online teaching schools are located in Arizona, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Texas.
- Master of Science in Education in Curriculum and Instruction – Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Master of Teaching and Learning – 21st Century Curriculum
- Associate of Art in Teaching – 4-8 Generalist
- Master of Arts in Teaching – Autism
- Master of Education in Teaching and Learning – Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages K12
- Master of Arts in Education – Teaching and Learning
- MAT Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Master of Arts in Teaching – Communication Arts and Literature (5-12)
- Master of Science in Occupational and Technical Studies – Community College Teaching
- Master of Arts in Teaching of Languages
In 2011, roughly 23% of teaching graduates from online colleges across the country earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. This represents 360,616 of the 1,583,832 graduates in the nation. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of teaching graduates from the least expensive online colleges has increased by 37,218 graduates yearly, while the percentage of graduates from these colleges has decreased.
Yearly tuition in the range of $5,132 to $8,493 is charged by other somewhat more costly online teaching colleges and universities. Of the 116 online colleges and universities that offer teaching programs in the nation, 30 charge students tuition in this range.
Approximately 605,482 students earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This is 38% of the nation’s teaching graduates. Only 488,563 students graduated from these schools, just 5 years earlier, in 2006. This is a 24% increase in the number of students graduating from these reasonably priced online schools.
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|1. Western Texas College||Snyder, Texas||$1,584||$2,184|
|2. Western Oklahoma State College||Altus, Oklahoma||$1,585||$5,082|
|3. Rio Salado College||Tempe, Arizona||$1,704||$7,488|
|4. Beaufort County Community College||Washington, North Carolina||$1,808||$7,952|
|5. South Texas College||McAllen, Texas||$1,826||$4,848|
|6. College of Southern Nevada||Las Vegas, Nevada||$2,078||$8,425|
|7. Ozarks Technical Community College||Springfield, Missouri||$2,688||$3,516|
|8. Northwestern State University of Louisiana||Natchitoches, Louisiana||$3,002||$10,744|
|9. University of North Carolina||Charlotte, North Carolina||$3,044||$14,091|
|10. Norfolk State University||Norfolk, Virginia||$3,159||$16,212|
|11. University of Florida||Gainesville, Florida||$3,530||$24,746|
|12. University of Arkansas||Monticello, Arkansas||$3,600||$8,250|
|13. Emporia State University||Emporia, Kansas||$3,614||$13,324|
|14. Columbus State University||Columbus, Georgia||$3,696||$13,272|
|15. Valdosta State University||Valdosta, Georgia||$3,696||$13,272|
|16. Georgia Southern University||Statesboro, Georgia||$3,696||$13,272|
|17. Old Dominion University||Norfolk, Virginia||$3,763||$14,155|
|18. Northwest Missouri State University||Maryville, Missouri||$3,778||$8,059|
|19. Sam Houston State University||Huntsville, Texas||$3,912||$11,352|
|20. Texas Woman’s University||Denton, Texas||$4,032||$11,472|