A median tuition of $4,970 per annum is charged by colleges and universities across the nation that have online veterinary programs. Over the past few years, there has been a 14.3% increase in the median tuition. The median tuition annually was $4,350 at these online schools in 2007.
The tuition range for online veterinary colleges is displayed in the following graph. Tuition is shown from the highest to lowest cost colleges and universities.
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The most expensive colleges that have online veterinary programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of over $8,592. However, per annum tuition charged by the cheapest colleges and universities ranges from $888 to $3,816. The accredited online veterinary schools that are the lowest cost are located in Nebraska and New Mexico.
- Bachelor of Business Administration in Veterinary Technology Management
- Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology – Veterinary Assistant
- Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology
- Associate of Arts and Science in Veterinary Technology
- Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology – Veterinary Technician
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- Associate of Arts in Veterinary Medicine
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – Health Disparities
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – Global Health
These reasonably priced programs graduated roughly 3% of veterinary medicine graduates from online schools around the US in 2011. This represents 2,090 of the 64,969 graduates from across the country. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of veterinary medicine graduates from the least expensive online colleges and universities has increased by 499 graduates annually, while the percentage of graduates from these colleges and universities has also increased.
Other somewhat more costly online veterinary schools charge a yearly tuition in the range of $4,970 to $5,256. Tuition in this range is charged by 3 of the 7 online colleges that offer veterinary programs in the country.
Approximately 29,711 students earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This is 46% of the nation’s veterinary medicine graduates. The number of students graduating from these schools was only 25,526 students in 2006, which was just 5 years prior. This is a 16% increase in the number of students graduating from these cheap online schools.
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