Cheap Online Healthcare Colleges
The median tuition charged by colleges and universities across the nation with online healthcare programs is $10,320 yearly. The median tuition has increased, in recent years, by 36.5%. In 2007, the median tuition at these online colleges and universities was $7,562 annually.
The tuition range for online healthcare colleges from highest to lowest cost is displayed in the following graph:
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A yearly tuition of over $19,850 is charged by the costliest online healthcare colleges and universities. The cheapest colleges, on the other hand, require students to pay yearly tuition costs in the range of $600 to $4,560. The most inexpensive accredited online healthcare schools are located in Arizona, California, Kansas, Massachusetts, and New Mexico.
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health - Cardiopulmonary Science
- Associate of Science in Allied Health
- Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences - Allied Health
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Management
- Bachelor in Allied Health Management
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health - Allied Health Leadership
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Studies - Allied Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Allied Health - Administration/Management
- Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Allied Health - Advanced Respiratory Therapy
- Bachelor of Science in Allied Health - Radiography
In 2011, of all healthcare graduates from online colleges and universities in the nation, roughly 19% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. This represents 938,929 of the 4,909,220 graduates from around the US. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of healthcare graduates from the least expensive online schools has increased by 64,557 graduates per year, while the percentage of graduates from these schools has decreased.
Tuition ranging from $4,577 to $9,134 yearly is charged by other somewhat more expensive online healthcare schools. Tuition in this range is charged by 144 of the 678 online colleges offering healthcare programs in the country.
Approximately 1,786,352 students earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This is 36% of the nation's healthcare graduates. The number of graduates from these colleges was only 1,515,980 students, only 5 years earlier, in 2006. Therefore, the number of students graduating from these reasonably priced online colleges has increased by 18%.