Cheap Online Colleges in Missouri
Colleges in Missouri that have online programs require students to pay a median tuition of $10,800 per year. The median tuition has increased, over the past few years, by 18.8%. At these online Missouri colleges the median tuition per annum in 2007 was $9,088.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at online schools in Missouri offering programs from most to least expensive:
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At the high end, schools offering online programs charge students more than $17,748 in tuition per annum. However, yearly tuition charged by the cheapest colleges ranges from $2,688 to $5,685. The accredited online schools that are the least costly are located in Hillsboro, Moberly, Springfield, Trenton, and West Plains.
- Associate of Arts in General Education
- Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management
- Bachelor of Science in Health Administration - Health Information Systems
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Multimedia and Visual Communication
- Bachelor of Science in Health Administration - Health Management
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Software Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Networking and Telecommunications
- Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Networking
- Master of Health Administration - Gerontology
In 2011, of all graduates from online colleges and universities in Missouri, roughly 16% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. Therefore, of the 274,788 graduates from across Missouri, 43,841 are from the most inexpensive colleges. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of graduates from the least expensive online colleges has increased by 1,811 graduates yearly, while the percentage of graduates from these colleges has decreased.
Tuition ranging from $5,859 to $10,800 yearly is charged by other somewhat more expensive colleges and universities. Tuition in this range is charged by 14 of the 45 online colleges that have programs in Missouri.
Approximately 35.8% of the state's graduates earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This represents 98,399 students. Only 67,639 students graduated from these colleges, only 5 years earlier, in 2006. Thus, from these low tuition online colleges and universities, the number of graduates has increased by 46%.