Finding Affordable Online Colleges: Bachelors Degree [VIDEO]

Get Educated has published rankings of the best online colleges for more than a decade. 

We’re committed to helping students like you find great deals on colleges, and become a savvy consumer when it comes to spending money on your education.

In this video Get Educated’s founder Vicky Phillips outlines the three traits that the most expensive colleges for an online bachelors degree have in common.

When you can pay as little as $15,000 or as much as $112,000 for an accredited online bachelors degree, why wouldn’t you hunt for a deal? 

Affordable Online Colleges: Bachelors Degree Cost Comparison

This video uses an online psychology degree as an example for in cost-comparing bachelors degrees.

As Vicky points out, the most expensive online bachelors degree comes from Drexel University, which is based in Pennsylvania. Their online bachelors degree in psychology costs a whopping $112,000.

The least expensive online bachelors degree is at Colorado State University – Pueblo. This online bachelors degree in social sciences costs just $18,000.

Before starting your online college search, it’s helpful to be an educated buyer, and know what the average cost of your tuition might be.

Online Bachelors Degree: Average Cost

Business Degree: $45,000

Healthcare Degree: $45,500

Psychology and Human Services Degree: $44,000

See our Best Online Colleges, Affordable Degrees page for the best deals out there in each of these bachelors.

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About Jess Wisloski

Jess Wisloski is an established freelancer and has worked as a staff reporter at some of New York City's leading fast-turnaround publications including the New York Times, the Brooklyn Papers, and the New York Daily News.
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2 Responses to Finding Affordable Online Colleges: Bachelors Degree [VIDEO]

  1. Zoe Bogart says:

    Very important things to keep in mind when making final decisions on which schools to choose from. It can make all the difference in the world. Great tip!

  2. Hanna says:

    If you MUST take online courses, you should DEFINITELY take them under the auspices of a well-known and REGIONALLY (not nationally) accredited university. Many reputable state universities offer affordable online courses (and even degrees) these days. Please do research before you waste your money. Stay away from for-profit online schools. Stick with Distance Education programs from known state schools. Here is a list of regional accreditation associations. If the program you are considering is not accredited by one of these bodies, you should look elsewhere: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, New England Association of Schools and Colleges,North Central Association of Colleges and Schools,Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

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