Cheap Online Corrections Colleges
Colleges and universities across the nation offering online corrections programs charge students a median tuition of $3,354 per year. In recent years, there has been a 34% decrease in the median tuition. In 2007, the median tuition was $5,081 per annum at these online schools.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at online corrections colleges from most to least expensive:
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Tuition of more than $4,774 annually is charged by the most expensive colleges and universities with online corrections programs. But, per annum tuition in the range of $780 to $1,704 is charged by the cheapest colleges and universities. Arizona and California are home to the most inexpensive accredited online corrections schools.
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Corrections and Case Management
- Associate of Arts in Law Enforcement-Corrections
- Bachelor of Science in Justice Administration - Corrections
- Associate of Arts and Science in Advanced Corrections
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Client Services / Corrections
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Youth Corrections
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Corrections Management
- Bachelor of Arts in Social and Criminal Justice - Corrections Management
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Client Services/Corrections
- Criminal Justice Bachelor's - Client Services/Corrections
In 2011, of all corrections graduates from online colleges and universities in the nation, an estimated 8% earned credentials from these cheap programs. Therefore, of the 50,626 graduates in the nation, 4,164 are from the least costly colleges and universities. Between 2006 and 2011, the percentage of corrections graduates from the lowest cost online colleges and universities has decreased, while the number of graduates has also decreased by 4,792 graduates annually.
Other somewhat more costly online corrections schools charge a yearly tuition in the range of $2,556 to $3,000. Of the 9 online colleges and universities that offer corrections programs in the nation, 2 charge students tuition in this range.
In 2011, 22.2% of the country's corrections graduates received their credentials from these reasonably priced online programs. This represents 11,241 students. As much as 18,109 students earned credentials from these colleges in 2006, which was only 5 years prior. This represents a 38% decrease in the number of graduates from these affordable online schools.