Cheap Online Colleges in Georgia
Schools around Georgia offering online programs charge students an average tuition of $9,550 per year. In recent years, there has been a 22.9% increase in the average tuition. In 2007, the yearly average tuition was $7,770 at these online Georgia colleges.
The tuition range for online colleges in Georgia offering programs is displayed in the following graph. Tuition is shown from the most to least costly colleges and universities.
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The most expensive colleges that offer online programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of over $16,700. On the other end of the spectrum, per annum tuition in the range of $1,620 to $3,696 is charged by the cheapest colleges and universities. The least costly accredited online schools are located in Albany, Columbus, Macon, and Oakwood.
- Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design - Visual Communication
- Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication - Advertising
- Master of Arts in Illustration Design
- Master of Arts in Arts Administration
- Master of Fine Arts in Interactive Design and Game Development
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies - Student Ministry
- Bachelor of Arts in Business - Management Accounting
- Bachelor of Science in Education in American Sign Language Interpreting
- Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership - Communication Arts
In 2011, these low tuition programs graduated approximately 38% of graduates from online colleges and universities in Georgia. Therefore, of the 248,572 graduates in Georgia, 94,523 are from the least costly colleges and universities. From 2006 to 2011, the number of graduates from the least costly online schools has increased by 60,285 graduates per year. Also, the percentage of graduates from these schools has increased.
Yearly tuition in the range of $3,984 to $10,320 is charged by other somewhat more costly online schools. Tuition in this range is charged by 11 of the 41 online colleges that have programs in Georgia.
A reported 34.2%, or 85,108 of the state's graduates earned their degrees and certificates from these affordable online programs in 2011. As much as 114,667 students graduated from these colleges, only 5 years earlier, in 2006. This represents a 26% decrease in the number of graduates from these low tuition online schools.