Cheap Online Colleges in Florida
A per annum median tuition of $12,748 is charged by colleges and universities with online programs across Florida. The median tuition has increased by 25.4% in recent years. The annual median tuition at these online Florida schools in 2007 was $10,163.
The tuition range for online colleges in Florida offering programs from most to least costly is displayed in the following graph:
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The most expensive colleges that have online programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of over $15,830. However, the cheapest colleges and universities charge students per annum tuition costs ranging from $1,676 to $2,870. The most inexpensive accredited online schools are located in Cocoa, Fort Lauderdale, Lake Worth, Ocala, and Orlando.
- Bachelor of Arts in General Christian Studies - Christian Counseling
- Bachelor of Arts in Ministerial Studies - Christian Education
- Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration
- Master of Science in Management - Technical Management
- Master of Science in Space Education
- Associate of Science in Technical Management
- Associate of Science in Accounting
- Master of Business Administration in Electronic Commerce Management
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- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Hospitality Management
In 2011, roughly 31% of graduates from online colleges across Florida earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. Therefore, of the 593,629 graduates from around Florida, 185,043 are from the least costly schools. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of graduates from the least expensive online colleges has increased by 111,892 graduates yearly, while the percentage of graduates from these colleges has decreased.
Tuition ranging from $3,347 to $11,240 per year is charged by other somewhat more expensive schools. Of the 60 online colleges and universities that have programs in Florida, 17 have tuition in this range.
Approximately 42.1% of the state's graduates earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This represents 249,851 students. The number of graduates from these schools was only 90,429 students, just 5 years earlier, in 2006.