Thinking about getting an online graduate degree to advance your teaching career but are concerned about the cost? The online education experts at Get Educated have done the research for you to find the best online degrees from accredited universities that won't break the bank. These 14 "Best Buy" programs all offer affordable online degrees in Masters in Curriculum and Instruction for less than $15,000.
14 Affordable Online Degrees: Masters in Curriculum & Instruction Best Buys
Not too shabby.
These online college affordability rankings compare tuition and distance learning fees for 35 different programs offered at 28 online universities across the US. Better yet, all the schools we list are regionally accredited. Regional accreditation is the most difficult level of accreditation to achieve and the most respected among other universities and employers. Being ranked as a Best Buy indicates that the degree program has been independently reviewed and found to offer a high quality online degree at a cost well below the national average.
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This is the ranking for masters in curriculum and instruction degrees. To appear on the Best Buy ranking list, the online degree profiled must cost less than the average cost of a masters degree from our data set. The costs shown are valid for Fall 2011 when the survey was carried out.
Most Expensive Degree Surveyed:
$25,560 Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction (Dallas Baptist University)
Most Affordable Degree Surveyed:
$7,190 Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction (American College of Education)
Average Degree Cost of Degrees Surveyed:
Masters in Curriculum & Instruction Best Buy List
Note: These affordable online degree rankings of masters in curriculum and instruction are based off of a Fall 2011 Get Educated review of regionally accredited and regional candidate masters degree programs. Tuition and fees (total costs) stated are valid for that time period (Fall 2011). Profiles for each distance degree in our online college directory may reflect slightly different costs based on a different update schedule.
The published cost is an estimated sticker price for the entire online masters degree and typically reflects the most affordable option. Actual costs will vary by student. Factors such as transfer credits at entrance, prerequisite requirements specific to each degree, and financial aid availability will affect your final purchase price.
Colleges do not pay to be included in these online university rankings. These rankings are editorially independent, open to any regionally accredited and regional candidate university which offers a degree that is offered at least 80% at a distance and open to the public. There is no cost to be included in the Get Educated online degree affordability ranking surveys or to use Get Educated award badges should your degree appear on these rankings.
If your online university is regionally accredited and not currently reviewed by the Get Educated affordable online degrees survey, please contact us for inclusion. Each list is compiled every two years. The next rankings for masters in curriculum and instruction programs will be conducted in Fall 2013.
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