Cheap Online Journalism Colleges
A per annum median tuition of $7,651 is charged by colleges and universities with online journalism programs across the nation. The median tuition has increased by 50.5% in recent years. The median tuition each year was $5,085 at these online colleges and universities in 2007.
Below, the chart displays the tuition range for online journalism colleges from most to least costly:
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Tuition of more than $11,088 each year is charged by the most expensive online journalism colleges. The cheapest schools, on the other hand, require students to pay tuition in the range of $1,714 to $2,994 yearly. The accredited online journalism schools that are the lowest cost are located in Massachusetts and South Dakota.
- Bachelor of Arts in Journalism Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Journalism Studies
- Associate of Arts in Journalism
- Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
- Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication - Professional Journalism
- Bachelor of Science in Journalism
- Master of Journalism
- Master of Arts in Journalism
- BA/Journalism and Mass Communication
- Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication
Of all journalism graduates from online colleges across the country, a reported 15% graduated from these affordable programs in 2011. Therefore, of the 229,268 graduates from around the US, 35,227 are from the least costly schools. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of journalism graduates from the least expensive online colleges has increased by 5,160 graduates yearly, while the percentage of graduates from these colleges has decreased.
Other somewhat more expensive online journalism schools charge students tuition ranging from $5,568 to $5,948 annually. A reported 2 of the 10 online schools with journalism programs in the US charge tuition in this range.
In 2011, 35,121 students received their credentials from these reasonably priced online programs. This represents 15% of the country's journalism graduates. The number of graduates from these colleges and universities was as much as 55,020 students, a short 5 years earlier, in 2006. This is a 36% decrease in the number of students graduating from these reasonably priced online schools.