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Which college has cheapest tuition per credit?
which college has cheapest tuition per credit?

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Asked by 62tomasz62 Friday Aug 22nd 2008 in College Tuition
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U.S. Career Institute - Correspondence University, Community College and Vocational School - Fully Accredited Nationally and Regionally â Now $45 per credit hour - Also offers highly respected vocational Diplomas, Associate Degrees, Bachelor Degrees and Professional Specialization Certificates as well as preparation for many Institute Certifications â over 30 years of experience â 17 000 students worldwide with only 4 complaints on BBB out of 17 000 students - Highly Regarded - Highly Respected College.

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Not a hard question to answer at all. The answer is Penn Foster College â Correspondence University, Community College and Vocational School - Fully Accredited Nationally and Regionally â Now $65 per credit hour - Full regional Accreditation coming soon â Will then move to $90 per credit hour â Also offers highly respected vocational Diplomas, Associate Degrees, Bachelor Degrees and Professional Specialization Certificates as well as preparation for many Institute Certifications - 100 years of experience - 65 000 students worldwide with only 200 complaints concerning payments on BBB out of 65 000 students - Highly Regarded - Highly Respected College

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There are a number of instructions that have a lower rate of tuition, but they are going to vary with each degree. Some of the least expensive are:

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