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The 20 Best Online Colleges for 2017 (Last Part)

School Image: University of Central Florida

15. College of Central Florida

The University of Central Florida (UCF), a public, space-grant, research college established in 1963, offers more than 200 degree programs through 24 colleges and satellite grounds.

A member of the State University System of Florida, UCF enlists more than 60,000 students worldwide and boasts an alumni network of 230,000. The college has students from 50 states and more than 140 nations. UCF is the country's second-biggest college.

The University of Central Florida's degree offerings include a host of online programs leading to a variety of bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

The college offers bachelor degree completion programs for students who hold an associate’s degree or have comparable transfer credits. The bachelor’s degree completion programs include anthropology, Latin American studies, nursing, and criminal justice. Some programs require students to complete internships, clinical experiences, or a practicum.

The college additionally offers more than 20 master’s degree programs, such as English, educational leadership, digital forensics, and more. The college requires students enrolled in dissertation or thesis to present their final defenses on campus.


Online students have admittance to the college's library assets.

The University of Central Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) gives accreditation to the University of Central Florida's College of Business Administration.

 Cost Per Credit (In-State/Out-of-State) Undergrad: $179/$373

Grad: $327/$1151
 
School Image: University of Denver–University College



16. University of Denver–University College

The University of Denver, a private college established in 1864, enlists more than 11,500 students. The college offers more than 220 programs of study leading to undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees.


Through its University College, the University of Denver provides a host of degrees totally online.

Students can pursue online bachelor’s degrees in communication arts, leadership and organizational studies, global studies, global commerce and transportation, environmental studies, and information technology.


The school offers a variety of online master’s degrees in topics such as global affairs, communication management, strategic human resources, information and communications technology, healthcare leadership, and more.

The college offers various online certificate programs.

The online courses follow an asynchronous format, allowing students to complete coursework on their schedule.

The University of Denver is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
 
Cost Per Credit (In-State/Out-of-State) Undergrad: $535/$535
Grad: $571/$571

School Image: Rochester Institute of Technology–RIT Online


17. Rochester Institute of Technology–RIT Online
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), a private college established in 1829, consists of nine academic colleges, including the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester Institute of Technology, a career-oriented technology-focused school, enlists more than 18,000 students in more than 200 academic programs leading to undergraduate and graduate (including doctoral) degree programs.

RIT has students from each of the 50 states and from more than 100 nations. RIT belongs to the Rochester Area College Consortium, a conglomeration of colleges and universities.

Other than innovation and science programs, RIT provides programs in business, arts and design, and liberal arts. Every RIT academic program provides students some type of experimental education opportunity, such as cooperative education, internships, study abroad, or undergraduate research. The RIT Cooperative Education program, one of the world’s largest, provides students career-related work experience in  various degree programs.

Rochester Institute of Technology, through RIT Online, offers online associate and bachelor degree programs in applied arts and sciences; more than a dozen master’s degree programs, such as applied statistics, imaging science, and manufacturing leadership; and a host of certificate programs.

RIT Online offers a few begin dates every year and enables students  adaptability to finish coursework on their schedule. RIT Online students have access to enrollment advising and academic support. The instructors who teach the on-campus classes also teach the online classes.

Rochester Institute of Technology is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA). The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) gives accreditation to Rochester Institute of Technology's Saunders College of Business.



Cost Per Credit (In-State/Out-of-State) Undergrad: $901/$901
Grad: $993/$993
 
 
School Image: University of Alabama
 
 18. College of Alabama

The University of Alabama (UA), a public, Sea Grant, space-grant  college established in 1820, is among the biggest state funded colleges in the state with 37,600 students selected. The flagship of the University of Alabama System, UA offers a host of undergraduate and graduate programs.

The University of Alabama enables students to finish many degree programs completely online, including a doctor of nursing practice.

Online students can pursue about a dozen bachelor’s degrees, such as those in engineering, early childhood education, consumer sciences, nursing, and more.

Students can earn more than 20 graduate degrees, in themes ranging from management to education to law.

UA offers online certificate programs in consumer conflict management, negotiation and mediation, and environmental health and safety management.

The same faculty teach UA’s online and on-campus courses.

The University of Alabama is accredited  by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). 
 
 Cost Per Credit
(In-State/Out-of-State) Undergrad: $346/$951
Grad: $367/$1038
 
School Image: Colorado State University–Fort Collins Online
 
19. Colorado State University–Fort Collins Online

Colorado State University (CSU),  a public, land-grant college established in 1870, selects around 32,200 students. The flagship of the Colorado State University System, the school offers 150 degree programs across eight colleges.

CSU Online gives a host of online degrees.

Students can pursue eight bachelor’s degrees, such as agricultural business, economics, human development and family studies, and interdisciplinary liberal arts.

CSU Online offers around two dozen online master’s degree options, including agricultural extension education, business administration, dietetics, and social work.

Students can pursue online doctorates in systems engineering and higher education leadership.
A few programs require on-campus sessions.

A similar faculty teach the university’s on-campus and online courses.

Colorado State University is accredited  by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The school additionally holds accreditation from Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

Cost Per Credit
(In-State/Out-of-State)
Undergrad: $444/$444
Grad: $742/$742
 
School Image: University of Cincinnati
 
20. University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati,a public, space-grant college established in 1819, is among the biggest colleges in the state with more than 40,000 students enrolled. A member of the University System of Ohio, the University of Cincinnati offers more than 600 programs of study, leading to a host of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees and certificates.

The college offers more than 70 online degree and certificate programs.

Students can pursue undergraduate degrees in early childhood education, radiation science technology, criminal justice, substance abuse counseling, among others.

Online students can gain master’s degrees ranging from medical education for health care professionals to taxation to pharmaceutical sciences.

Students can finish various general education courses and certificate programs online.

Students have access to an online orientation, academic advising, library assets and coaching.

The University of Cincinnati is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and its projects additionally hold particular accreditations from Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and more.


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