Discussion in 'Education, Teaching and related degrees' started by waitforit, Sep 29, 2012.
college. It can be anywhere in the world.
I'm assuming you are referring to a Masters level degree. It's going to come from either South Africa, Malaysia or India.
teacher education university --www.teu.edu--is only 220.00 per credit. It is not a RA accredited school...just NA & DETC.
Northcentral University's MED runs total $15k-16k right now. Pretty good for a for profit school
MSE Arkansas State , RA school, 5 week semesters, Solid name recognition, should wind up somewhere around $8000 total, pay as you go ($750/course), completely online. Online Master's in Education | Arkansas State University - Jonesboro
I don't have an idea where you can get the cheapest education for Administration. Maybe you need to inquire to your prospective schools that you want and compare the fees in every semester.
Pretty good for a for profit school
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You can check out:
ACE.edu (Around $7500, I believe this is a 18 month program, not sure)
WGU.edu (Around $7000 if you do it within a year, you gotta push yourself)
APUS.edu (Around $12,000)
Programs - Old Dominion University ( Around $14000)
These are some options for you...
I just graduated from the American College of Education (curriculum and instruction specialization, but they offer educational leadership). 100% online, 18 months, currently $7,955 (it was $6,950 when I enrolled in 2011), regionally accredited, no GRE required.
Good suggestion from ariannehowell. I'd do the same.
But you can also check out ECPI University (ECPI University). Tuition and fees: $13,600
ECPI offers both online degree programs and on-campus education. They also began to offer master’s degrees in a number of fields (e.g. Business Administration)
Yes Is It.
The average tuition charged by colleges in the US that offer online masters degree in education administration programs is $12,419 yearly. There has been a 19% increase in the average tuition over the past few years. At these online colleges and universities the average tuition per year in 2007 was $10,436.
Please cite the source of your data.
I see no references to master's degrees on ECPI's website.:smashfreakB:
The unattributed quote is cut/paste from a blog. The blog actually looks like a very good education related site but a post like this doesn't make for a good first post.
and the fact that there's been no follow up makes it worse
The IP is from a country that is notorious for spam.
Learn how to spell administration before getting a degree in it.
Hell yeah, way to moderate.
Looks like a typo to me though.
It's not a typo, it's a misspelled word. The way to distinguish between a typo and a mis-spelled word is as followed. A typo is when you accidentally hit a key adjacent to the key you intended to hit. The incorrectly arranged letters, a and r, are too far apart to be a typo. Therefore, it is a mis-spelled word.
Separate names with a comma.