2018 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Child Development Master's Degrees
The following 13 online colleges offer the most affordable master's degrees in child development. The average annual tuition of the schools on this list comes out to $13,616. Ranked fourth on the list with an annual tuition of $11,592, University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers five possible specializations for a Master of Science in Child, Youth, and Family Studies: International Family Studies, Youth Development, Family and Community Services, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, and Human and Family Services Administration.
You can read more about our ranked schools below or browse our 2018 rankings of the most affordable online bachelor's in child development degrees. View our methodology or learn more about SR Education Group.
|#1 University of Southern Mississippi||Annual Tuition $8,598|
|#2 University of Missouri||Annual Tuition $9,927|
|#3 Western Kentucky University||Annual Tuition $10,605|
|#4 University of Nebraska-Lincoln||Annual Tuition $11,592|
|#5 University of La Verne||Annual Tuition $12,410|
|#6 Chaminade University of Honolulu||Annual Tuition $13,038|
|#7 Capella University||Annual Tuition $13,580|
|#8 Northcentral University||Annual Tuition $14,580|
|#9 University of West Alabama||Annual Tuition $14,586|
|#10 University of South Florida - Main Campus||Annual Tuition $16,448|
|#11 (tie) University of Minnesota Digital Campus||Annual Tuition $16,728|
|#11 (tie) University of Minnesota-Twin Cities||Annual Tuition $16,728|
|#13 Southern New Hampshire University Online||Annual Tuition $18,183|