According to a recent study, 53% of surveyed high school grads considering college indicated that their family’s financial situation has been affected because of COVID-19 while 49% of surveyed current college students indicated the same.
In light of these financially challenging times, Education Reference Desk has recently published its list of the Most Affordable Online Software Engineering Degrees.
Schools considered for this ranking were collected from official accrediting agency websites, are regionally or nationally accredited, and offer at least one fully online software engineering degree.
Pulling data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), colleges were evaluated based on their affordability.
As part of the rankings, EduRef.net also published detailed profiles outlining each school on its list. Students can use these profiles to evaluate each school’s net prices, acceptance rates, accreditation, and other helpful information.
“Online programs can offer a flexible learning environment for students who have to balance classes with working a full-time job, caring for their family or other responsibilities during COVID-19 restrictions,” said Education Reference Desk’s spokesperson, “The Most Affordable Online Software Engineering Degrees ranking allows students to compare accredited schools and find those that best fit their financial situation, education interests and career goals.”
The EduRef.net 2020 ranking for the Most Affordable Online Software Engineering Degrees ranks St. Petersburg College #1 with Middle Georgia State University and the University of Maine at Augusta rounding out the top three.
The complete rankings are as follows:
# 1 St. Petersburg College
# 2 Middle Georgia State University
# 3 University of Maine at Augusta
# 4 University of Phoenix
# 5 Bellevue University
# 6 Arizona State University
# 7 Park University
# 8 Rogers State University
# 9 Capella University
# 10 Saint Leo University Online
# 11 Upper Iowa University
# 12 Lakeland University
# 13 Tiffin University
# 14 Hodges University
# 15 The College of Saint Scholastica
# 16 Pennsylvania State University-World Campus
# 17 MidAmerica Nazarene University
# 18 Herzing University
# 19 University of the Potomac
# 20 Champlain College
# 21 Southern New Hampshire University Online
University response to EduRef.net rankings has been very positive. Sharing the rankings on their websites and via social media has helped schools attract new students and excite existing students and alumni.
The rankings and data were produced for EduRef.net, a leading higher education research organization. All evaluated data was gathered from IPEDs, the U.S. Dept. of Higher Education, school websites, and other reputable sources.
The rankings have been published at https://www.eduref.net/most-affordable-colleges/online-software-engineering-degrees/
EduRef.net reviews publicly available data to produce independent ranking assessments of various educational programs, in addition to student guides and resources. The site is regularly updated by a committed team of writers and researchers, who produce college rankings and resources that have helped prospective and current college students get into, pay for, and thrive at the college of their choice.
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