I have been looking at a few MEd degree and they seem like they less expensive then business degrees from the same school. For example, NCU charges: Master's degree tuition Master of Education (MEd) — $320 per credit hour. Master of Arts–Psychology (MAPsy) — $525 per credit hour. Master of Business Administration (MBA) — $525 per credit hour. A long time ago I was looking at Jacksonville University (when I live in Jacksonville) and they offered a MAT for something like $200 a credit and their MBA was $300 or $350 a credit. here is their breakdown now Part-time, Non-traditional and Graduate Students 2008-2009 Students enrolled for 11 credit hours or less, Adult Degree and graduate programs: Undergraduate Tuition $795 Adult Degree $398 Cohort RN-BSN $164 MA (Math) $400 MAT $305 MED $400 MBA $525 MSN $400 Online Nursing $410 I would assume because education instructors demand less pay because there is not a competitive market in the corporate world. Any ideas?