Cheap Online Allied Health Colleges
Colleges in the US with online allied health programs have a median tuition of $12,720 per year. In recent years, there has been a 46.9% increase in the median tuition. At these online colleges the median tuition yearly in 2007 was $8,658.
Below, the chart displays the tuition range for online allied health colleges from highest to lowest cost:
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Tuition of more than $15,720 annually is charged by the most expensive colleges and universities with online allied health programs. The cheapest schools, on the other hand, charge annual tuition costs in the range of $2,820 to $5,850. The accredited online allied health schools that are the most inexpensive are located in Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health - Cardiopulmonary Science
- Associate of Science in Allied Health
- Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences - Allied Health
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Management
- Bachelor in Allied Health Management
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health - Allied Health Leadership
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Studies - Allied Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Allied Health - Administration/Management
- Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Allied Health - Advanced Respiratory Therapy
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health - Radiography
In 2011, these low tuition programs graduated approximately 16% of allied health graduates from online colleges and universities in the nation. This represents 59,331 of the 381,209 graduates in the nation. From 2006 to 2011, the percentage of allied health graduates from the most inexpensive online colleges and universities has decreased. However, the number of graduates has increased by 8,348 graduates each year.
Yearly tuition in the range of $6,964 to $9,612 is charged by other somewhat more costly online allied health colleges. Tuition in this range is charged by 6 of the 27 online colleges with allied health programs in the country.
Approximately 29.1% of the nation's allied health graduates earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This represents 111,017 students. The number of graduates from these colleges and universities was only 64,088 students, a short 5 years earlier, in 2006. Thus, the number of graduates from these low tuition online colleges has increased by 73%.