Many courses are self-paced, too, so you can work a part time or even full time job while earning credits toward your degree. And, of course, when you get an online degree, you can choose a school that’s located anywhere in the country but remain at home, saving the cost of room and board on campus. But just like “regular” college, financial aid is often available.
We are going to take a look at the top 10 online college degree programs available right now at US-based public universities. They all have rolling deadlines, self-paced courses, and financial aid. The cost per credit at each of these schools varies from program to program and degree to degree.