Which school offer the cheapest online masters of education program?
what is the cheapest online masters of education program?
There are a number of online master's degree programs that offer individuals an online quality education at a more affordable price.
But this is going to take a little bit of research on your part. I can point you in the right direction, but without knowing you specific interests or your past educational experiences my suggestions would be a bit inane.
So, here are a list of schools that are typically on the lower side of the tuition scale:
- Ashford University
- Kaplan University
- Liberty University
- University of Phoenix Online
- Western Governors University
Now, these are only suggestions based off of schools that offer less expensive tuitions, but they may not offer a program that you are interested in. So, what I would do if I were you, is decide what your interests are and then find a program that is applicable to those interests and your professional goals.
Then contact the school's admissions and financial aid departments, this way you will be able to find the many ways in which you are able to pay for your education if the program you are interested in is not in your price range.
I say this because you should choose a graduate program based on you interests, and not on how cheap the tuition is. Graduate school is not easy, and should be taken serious; you do not want to join one only to find out it is not what you really wanted.
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