The 36 Best Affordable Online Master's in Educational Technology
Interested in pursuing a graduate degree in education that will teach you the skills you need to incorporate technology in the classroom setting?
This GetEducated "Best Buy" affordability ranking compares tuition and distance learning fees of 63 online master's in educational technology offered at 56 universities across the country.
Here are the 36 most affordable online master's educational technology—all for under $16,000. To appear on a Get Educated Best Buy affordability ranking list, the online degree profiled must objectively cost less than the national average cost of all the online degrees surveyed in the comprehensive data set.
Average Cost: $15,619
Most Affordable: Fort Hays State University ~$7,654
Most Expensive: Drexel University ~$37,935
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Costs were valid at the time of collection (Spring 2014).
Most Affordable Online Master's in Educational Technology
Rankings Note: These online college rankings are based on a Get Educated Spring 2014 review of regionally accredited online master's programs in educational and instructional technology . Tuition and fees stated were valid at the time of collection and are specific to the online learning program. Profiles for each online masters degree programs in our directory may reflect a slightly different cost based on different editorial update schedules.
The published cost is an estimated sticker price for the entire degree and typically reflects the most affordable online degree option. Actual costs vary by student. Factors such as transfer credits, prerequisite courses, professional licensing and financial aid availability will affect final cost.
Editorial Note: Online colleges do NOT pay to be included in any Get Educated online degree rankings survey. These best online college rankings are editorially independent, open to any regionally accredited or candidate college that offers a master's degree that is available at least 80 percent through online learning and that is open to enrollment by the public. If your online college is regionally accredited and not currently reviewed by Get Educated, please contact us for inclusion.