Cheap Online Colleges in Kentucky
Colleges in Kentucky that have online programs require students to pay an average tuition of $11,141 per year. The average tuition has increased over the past few years. This change in tuition was around 19.8%. In 2007, the average tuition was $9,298 annually at these online Kentucky schools.
The range of tuition at online schools in Kentucky offering programs is shown in the following chart. Tuition is shown from the most to least expensive colleges and universities.
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At the high end, schools offering online programs charge students more than $17,980 in tuition per annum. On the other end of the spectrum, tuition at the cheapest colleges and universities is in the range of $3,120 to $7,656 annually. The lowest cost accredited online schools are located in Bowling Green, Frankfort, Murray, Prestonsburg, and Richmond.
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Bachelor of Science in Accounting
- Bachelor of Science in Marketing
- Master of Science in Managing Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Counseling
- Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Systems Management
- Associate of Science in Business Administration
- Master of Science in Library Media Education
- Master of Science in Instructional Design
Of all graduates from online colleges across Kentucky, approximately 64% graduated from these low tuition programs in 2011. Therefore, of the 127,645 graduates from around Kentucky, 81,956 are from the least costly schools. From 2006 to 2011, the number of graduates from the least costly online colleges and universities has increased by 18,711 graduates each year. Also, the percentage of graduates from these colleges and universities has increased.
Other somewhat more costly online colleges and universities charge a yearly tuition in the range of $8,424 to $14,085. Tuition in this range is charged by 6 of the 33 online colleges with programs in Kentucky.
A reported 17.8% of the state's graduates earned their degrees and certificates from these affordable online programs in 2011. This represents 22,681 students. As much as 34,523 students graduated from these schools, just 5 years earlier, in 2006. Therefore, the number of students graduating from these reasonably priced online colleges has decreased by 34%.