Cheap Online Colleges in South Carolina
Colleges and universities across South Carolina offering online programs charge students an average tuition of $11,435 per year. The average tuition has increased, over the past few years, by 26.7%. At these online South Carolina colleges and universities the average tuition each year in 2007 was $9,027.
Below, the chart displays the tuition range for online colleges in South Carolina offering programs from highest to lowest cost:
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Tuition of more than $15,285 yearly is charged by the most expensive online colleges. However, tuition ranging from $3,432 to $4,384 per annum is charged by the cheapest schools. The accredited online schools that are the lowest cost are located in Cheraw, Greenville, Greenwood, Rock Hill, and Sumter.
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice
- Associate of Arts and Science in Health Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Management
- Bachelor of Business Administration - Banking
- Bachelor of Business Administration - Entrepreneurship
- Bachelor of Business Administration - Hospitality and Tourism Management
- Bachelor of Business Administration - International Business
- Bachelor of Business Administration - Retail Management
- Bachelor of Science in Economics
- Bachelor of Science in Information Systems - Networking
In 2011, of all graduates from online colleges and universities in South Carolina, roughly 18% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. This represents 12,097 of the 67,667 graduates from across South Carolina. From 2006 to 2011, the number of graduates from the least costly online schools has increased by 2,024 graduates per year. However, the percentage of graduates from these schools has decreased.
Other somewhat more expensive online schools charge students tuition ranging from $4,395 to $11,128 per year. Tuition in this range is charged by 6 of the 26 online colleges that have programs in South Carolina.
In 2011, 28,685 students received their credentials from these reasonably priced online programs. This represents 42% of the state's graduates. A short 5 years prior, in 2006, the number of students graduating from these colleges and universities was only 9,710.