26. University of Louisiana at Monroe
ULM offers over 30 degree programs, resources, and a caring community to help get you through your college degree. ULM is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), which means that eLUM participates in the Southern Regional Education Board’s (SREB) Electronic Campus. University of Louisiana at Monroe online is ranked 14 in the top 50 online schools in the country by GraduatePrograms.com.
- Tuition: $684.53/credit hour
27. Texas Tech University
Texas Tech is one of the top online universities because it offers six different bachelor’s degree programs including Human Sciences, Biology, and General Students. The school also offers 20 various master’s degree programs, four online doctoral programs, and many post-grad certificate programs including software engineering, soil management, and wind energy. Texas Tech uses Blackboard as the online management system to facilitate forums, file share, and curate live courses.
- Tuition: $9,866/semester (about $822.17/credit hour)
28. Rochester Institute of Technology
RIT online is staffed with a diverse group of experienced faculty, prepared to ensure a high-quality learning experience for everyone taking classes online. Whether you are completing a few courses, earning a certification, or doing a complete degree online, the RIT staff are ready to help you succeed. RIT online has been building programs based on real-time employer demand, and business needs for over 30 years. Discover programs available at RIT online today.
- Tuition: $1,463/credit hour
29. Northeastern University
Northeastern is a nationally ranked private research university that offers rigorous courses online to help you get ahead. Northeastern provides over 60 degrees and programs completely online. Built in 1898, Northeastern University became a global, experiential, research university with a drive to engage the world and have students do the same.
- Tuition: $1,518/credit hour
The making of this list was based on undergraduate tuition costs per credit hour (where possible) and are listed from the least tuition per credit hour to the most. For schools that don’t present tuition per credit hour, the semester amount was divided by 12 to get a general idea of the cost per credit hour for a full-time student. Please visit our methodology page for more information.
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