Cheap Online Colleges in Colorado
Colleges in Colorado with online programs have a median tuition of $12,110 per year. The median tuition has increased, over the past few years, by 14.1%. The yearly median tuition was $10,615 at these online Colorado colleges in 2007.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at online schools in Colorado offering programs from most to least expensive:
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A yearly tuition of over $17,748 is charged by the costliest schools that offer online programs. The cheapest colleges and universities, however, have tuition ranging from $1,929 to $5,016 each year. The least expensive accredited online schools are located in Alamosa, Denver, Glenwood Springs, Greeley, and Westminster.
- Master of Business Administration in Health Industry Leadership
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Multimedia and Visual Communication
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
- Associate of Arts
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Computer Forensics
- Associate of Arts and Science in Accounting
- Associate of Arts and Science in Entrepreneurship
- Associate of Arts and Science in Medical Assistant
- Master of Business Administration in Governance, Risk Management and Compliance
- Master of Arts in Environmental Management
Of all graduates from online colleges across Colorado, approximately 18% graduated from these low tuition programs in 2011. Therefore, of the 166,318 graduates from across Colorado, 29,034 are from the least costly colleges. From 2006 to 2011, the percentage of graduates from the most inexpensive online schools has decreased. However, the number of graduates has increased by 13,709 graduates per year.
Tuition ranging from $5,256 to $10,440 per year is charged by other somewhat more expensive schools. Of the 29 online colleges and universities that offer programs in Colorado, 7 charge students tuition in this range.
In 2011, 51%, or 84,849 of the state's graduates received their certificates from these cheap online programs. In 2006, which was only 5 years earlier, only 59,027 students graduated from these colleges. Therefore, the number of students graduating from these reasonably priced online colleges has increased by 44%.