Cheap Online Chemistry Bachelors Degree Colleges
A median tuition of $16,238 annually is charged by colleges in the US offering online bachelors degree in chemistry programs. The median tuition has increased, over the past few years, by 22.1%. In 2007, the yearly median tuition was $13,298 at these online colleges.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at colleges offering online chemistry programs at the bachelors level from most to least expensive:
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Tuition of more than $27,950 per annum is charged by the most expensive online bachelors degree in chemistry colleges. The cheapest schools, on the other hand, require students to pay tuition in the range of $3,013 to $3,029 per year. Louisiana and North Carolina are home to the lowest cost accredited online chemistry bachelors degree schools.
- Bachelor of Arts in General Studies - Chemistry
- Bachelor of Science in General Studies - Chemistry
- Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
- Bachelor of Science in Chemistry - Forensic Chemistry
Approximately 15% of chemistry graduates with bachelors degrees from online schools around the US graduated from these low tuition programs in 2011. Therefore, of the 133,342 graduates from across the country, 20,330 are from the most inexpensive colleges. Between 2006 and 2011, the percentage of chemistry graduates with bachelors degrees from the lowest cost online colleges has decreased, while the number of graduates has increased by 39,435 graduates yearly.
Yearly tuition in the range of $3,530 to $5,461 is charged by other somewhat more costly online chemistry bachelors degree colleges. Of the 11 online colleges and universities with bachelors degrees in chemistry programs in the nation, 3 offer programs with tuition in this range.
A reported 63.7%, or 84,876 of the nation's chemistry bachelors level graduates earned their degrees and certificates from these affordable online programs in 2011. The number of graduates from these colleges and universities was only 32,801 students, a short 5 years earlier, in 2006.