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Online Colleges in Arizona

The state of Arizona is brimming with opportunities for employers and employees alike, which could make it a great place to attain a college education. Read on to learn more about online colleges in Arizona, including a list of the top online schools ranked by affordability.

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Introduction

By 2018, the Lumina Foundation predicts that about 61 percent of Arizona's jobs will require a college degree. However, only about 37 percent of adult workers are expected to hold a college credential by that time, leaving a large gap between available jobs and qualified workers.

Arizona's economic future and the ability to compete nationally depend on producing more college graduates. As such, in September 2010, the Arizona Board of Regents developed and unveiled the Arizona Higher Education Enterprise Plan (AHEE), with the goal of increasing college completion rates by 2020. The AHEE outlined reforms in how the educational system is financed and delivered, including the implementation of more online programs.

Currently, educational attainment in Arizona is on par with other areas across the country; 16.9 percent of adults age 25 and older hold a bachelor's degree and 9.7 percent hold a graduate degree, as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau.

There are 2,475,660 people currently employed in Arizona according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates from 2013, and they make an annual mean wage of $44,370. This is slightly below the average salary for bachelor's degree holders in Arizona as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau -- they make an average of $48,372, while those with a graduate or professional degree make $61,760.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, students in Arizona cvan pursue a bachelor's degree at any of the 48 institutions of higher education that offer them, many of whom offer the option for online courses or degree programs.

The Most Affordable Online Colleges in Arizona

The following list ranks schools in Arizona that offer online degrees at the lowest tuition costs. This ranking is based on a number of factors that are important to prospective students such as the actual degree programs that are taught online, and information on tuition fees, accreditation and notable alumni. Tuition figures are sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics (2014-2015) and reflect in-state tuition (when in-state tuition is available) for all students, including online students. See our Methodology section for more details on the ranking methodology.


#1 - Northland Pioneer College

  • In-state tuition: $1,664
  • Graduation rate: 11%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: A variety of classes are offered online

Northland Pioneer College in Holbrook specializes in Arts and Sciences; Career and Technical Education and Nursing and Allied Health. It offers a variety of online classes as well as teacher certification course. All students who are new to the school will have to complete a one-time, two-hour online orientation class that prepares them for the online experience. Proctored testing is available for students who live outside the NPC service area.


#2 - Cochise County Community College

  • In-state tuition: $1,800
  • Graduation rate: 18%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 14 associate degree programs

Cochise College first branched out into online learning in 1998, and has since expanded to offer 14 degree programs and 3 certificates through its virtual campus. Cochise takes pride in the fact that many of its online degree programs are taught by the exact instructors who oversee the on-campus equivalent. Currently, Cochise College offers online Associate of Art degrees in Communication; Early Childhood Care and Education; Economics; General Requirements; Humanities; Philosophy; Psychology; Social Sciences; and Social Work. Online Associate of Applied Science degrees are offered in Early Childhood Care and Education and Intelligence Operations. An Associate of General Studies is also offered, as are associate degrees in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems.


#3 - Yavapai College

  • In-state tuition: $1,896
  • Graduation rate: 17%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 12 associate degree programs

Yavapai College is another Arizona-based institution of higher education offering associate degrees and certificates to students who hope to directly enter the workforce or transfer credit to a four-year institution upon graduation. In addition to a wide range of on-campus associate degree programs, Yavapai College also offers the following Associate of Arts degree programs online: Elementary Education; Fine Arts; Business; and General Studies. The college also offers the following Associate of Applied Science degrees: Accounting; Administration of Justice; Emergency Management Applications; Fire Science; Management; Office Administration; Paralegal Studies; and Video Game Development. A wide range of certificate programs are also offered for students wish to gain additional credentials or simply beef up their resume.


#4 - Eastern Arizona College

  • In-state tuition: $2,000
  • Graduation rate: 22%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: Dozens of online classes offered in such fields as Computer Sciences, Business Management and Biology

Eastern Arizona in Thatcher offers scores of classes to online learners. The topics range from Written Communication to Historic Geology, with many classes devoted to help students explore their interests but also build credit towards associate's or bachelor's degrees in English, Child Development, Geology and Cooperative Education.


#5 - Mesa Community College

  • In-state tuition: $2,046
  • Graduation rate: 12%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 7 associate degrees programs

As a community college, Mesa Community College offers over 500 online classes which can lead to over 20 different online certificates. Associate of Applied Science degrees currently offered include Administration of Justice Studies; Business; Emergency Response and Operations; Fashion Merchandising and Design; Music Business; Organizational Management; and Retail Management. MCC sets itself apart by offering free online support to its students, including a Help Center, online tutoring, an online library, and video training.


#6 - Rio Salado College

  • Tuition: $2,046
  • Graduation rate: 19%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 14 associate degree programs

Rio Salada College offers its online students choice and flexibility through a customized learning design. In order to meet its goals, the school currently grants students the opportunity to pursue various associate degree and certificate programs in a flexible, online format. Some of the degree programs currently available to students include Associate of Applied Science degrees in Accounting; Behavioral Health; Computer Technology; Early Childhood and Human Development; Family Life Education; General Business; Detention Services; Corrections; Military Leadership; Organizational Management; Paralegal Studies; Quality Customer Service; Retail Management; and Sustainable Food Systems.


#7 - GateWay Community College

  • In-state tuition: $2,046
  • Graduation rate: 13%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: Online and hybrid courses offered in such fields as Nuclear Medicine, Legal Issues in Healthcare and Microeconomic Principles.

Through its campus in Phoenix, GateWay offers dozens of classes entirely online. These classes range from economics to radiography and can help students build credit toward an associate's or bachelor's degree.


#8 - Mohave Community College

  • In-state tuition: $2,088
  • Graduation rate: 18%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 13 associate degree programs

Mohave Community College serves more than 13,000 students each year, many of whom choose to pursue their educational goals via one of the school's online degree programs. The school's online component, also known as MCC online, currently offers the following associate degree programs in an online format: Administration of Justice; Accounting; Business and Entrepreneurship; Business Administration; Chemical Dependency Studies; Computer Graphics and Web Design; General Studies; English; History; Liberal Arts; Social and Behavioral Science; Social Studies; and Paralegal Studies.


#9 - Central Arizona College

  • In-state tuition: $2,400
  • Graduation rate: 18%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: A variety of classes are offered in online-only and hybrid formats

Like many schools, Central Arizona in Coolidge offers three varieties on online classes -- supplemental information meant to complement face-to-face classes; hybrid classes that combine in-person instruction with online instruction; and fully online, where the only face-to-face encounter might be for exams.


#10 - Arizona Western College

  • In-state tuition: $2,480
  • Graduation rate: 18%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: Most of the required courses for four different majors are offered online.

Arizona Western in Yuma offers many of the required classes for four individual majors in an online to distance-learning format. These formats include online; telecourses delivered through cable stations; and two-way Interactive Television. The four majors distance learners can pursue include Business Administration; Education; Criminal Justice; and General Studies.


#11 - Northern Arizona University

  • In-state tuition: $9,990
  • Graduation rate: 49%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 21 undergraduate and 7 postgraduate

The NAU extension campuses offer accredited, entirely online degree programs that allow students to pursue their educational goals in a flexible, online format. The school also offers programs in a blended format, which are perfect for students who prefer a hybrid approach with some courses takes at NAU campuses across Arizona. Because of NAU's commitment to online education, they offer many online undergraduate programs to students, including: Administration; Health Sciences; Technology Management; Justice Studies; Law Enforcement Management; Occupational Education; Comparative Cultural Studies; Liberal Arts; Computer Information Technology; Hotel and Restaurant Management; Industrial Technology Management; Criminal Justice; Intelligence Studies; Nursing; Criminology; Dental Hygiene; Parks and Recreation Management; Psychology; Emergency Management; Public Administration; and Sociology. Online graduate degrees currently include many specialties in Administration; Education; Communication; English; and Nursing, as well as Applied Geospatial Sciences and Human Relations. Northern Arizona University also offers a plethora of certificate programs to round out their online educational offerings.


#12 - Arizona State University

  • In-state tuition: $10,157
  • Graduation rate: 47%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 33 undergraduate programs and 27 postgraduate programs

Arizona State University is not only recognized for its award-winning faculty, but also for being a trailblazer in the field of online learning. Because of their focus on flexible, online degree programs, the school offers far more than their share of online undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs. Online undergraduate degree programs currently allow students to specialize in Art History; Business; Communication; Criminal Justice and Criminology; Education; Engineering; English; Family and Human Development; Film; Food Industry Management; Global Health; Graphic Information Technology; Health Sciences; History; Information Technology; Interdisciplinary Studies; Internet and Web Development; Justice Studies; Liberal Studies; Mass Communication; Nursing; Nutrition; Operations Management; Organizational Leadership; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Religious Studies; Sociology; Software Engineering; Spanish; Technical Communication; and Technological Entrepreneurship and Management. Online graduate programs are also plentiful at Arizona State University, including 27 degree programs from Criminal Justice to Information Management.


#13 - University of Phoenix- Southern Arizona Campus (Visit School Site)

  • Tuition: $10,884
  • # of online programs: Numerous undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in seven subject areas.

While traditionally seen as an online school, the University of Phoenix actually offers some traditional degree programs that can be earned on-campus at various locations around the country, including its Southern Arizona Campus. However, Arizona students who wish to earn a degree online can still do so by signing up for one of the many online undergraduate and graduate programs that this school has to offer. Currently, the University of Phoenix- Southern Arizona Campus offers online undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Arts & Sciences; Business and Management; Criminal Justice and Security; Education; Human Services; and Nursing and Health Care; Psychology; and Technology. For those who desire a shorter timeframe to reach their goals, the school also offers many online associate degree options, as well as certificate programs.


#14 - University of Arizona

  • In-state tuition: $10,957
  • Graduation rate: 61%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 2 undergraduate programs and 16 postgraduate programs

The University of Arizona offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs that can be earned completely or at least partially online, including an online Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency program that was the first of its kind. Online undergraduate degrees offered by the school include a Science Teacher Preparation Program and Nutritional Science degree program. Online graduate students will find a much wider range of educational options to choose from, including: Agricultural Education; Doctor of Nursing Practice; Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Engineering Management; Geographic Information System Technology; Industrial Engineering; International Security; Library and Information Science; Clinical Systems Leadership; Management Information Systems; Business Administration; Optical Sciences; Photonic Communications Engineering; Special Education; and Systems Engineering. The University of Arizona also offers many online certificate programs that cover everything from Education to specialties in Mining Safety and Health.


#15 - Pima Medical Institute-East Valley

  • Tuition: $11,734
  • Graduation rate: 72%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 2 associate's and 4 bachelor's

Pima offers face to face classes at any one of its 14 campuses located in seven different western states, but it offers a growing number of online degrees as well. Associate degrees are available online in Radiography and Healthcare Administration, and bachelor's degrees are available in Healthcare Administration; Physical Therapy; Radiologic Sciences; and Respiratory Therapy.


#16 - Fortis College-Phoenix

  • Tuition: $13,527
  • Graduation rate: 58%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: Several associate degrees in four subject areas

Fortis College prides itself on being a community-focused career college with a variety of opportunities for students, both on-campus and online. With faculty-taught classes and plenty of online support for students, Fortis makes online education easy with live chats, group forums, and more. Fortis College-Phoenix currently offers several Associate of Applied Science degrees in an easy-to-use online format, and in subjects such as Business; Accounting; Business Management; and Human Resource Management.


#17 - Prescott College

  • Tuition: $26,415
  • Graduation rate: 38%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: A variety of online courses are combined with face-to-face instruction during limited residency

Prescott College focuses its curriculum on Liberal Arts, the Environment and Social Justice. Although Prescott has been serving distance learners since 1978, it purposely limits the amount of "limited residency" programs it offers because it feels the greatest rewards come to students who combine distance learning with face-to-face instruction.


#18 - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott

  • Tuition:$31,648
  • Graduation rate: 59%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 3 associate's, 4 bachelor's and 2 master's

In addition to its world-renown face-to-face instruction at its Daytona, Florida and Prescott, Arizona, campuses, Embry-Riddle also offers several degrees through its worldwide/online program. The available online master's degrees are in Aeronautical Science and Aviation Finance, and bachelor's degrees are offered in Aeronautics; Aviation Business Administration; Aviation Maintenance Science; and Aviation Security. In addition, students can also earn associate's degrees in Aeronautics; Aviation Business Administration; and Aviation Maintenance Science.


Online Colleges Expert Interviews


Adam Woodrow

Adam Woodrow, Assistant Director of Virtual Campus, Cochise College

Q. Can you tell us a little about the online programs offered at Cochise?

A. Depending on course availability, Cochise College offers 14 degree programs and three certificates that may be completed online. We educate about 3,000 online students per year through the learning management system Moodle. Military students make up the bulk of our enrollment, thanks to our physical proximity to the Fort Huachuca Army post. Soldiers can begin their degree while stationed here and finish it online while stationed elsewhere. Our non-military students use our online programs as a convenient way to earn general education course credits that transfer to the three state universities in Arizona.

Q. What advice would you give to students interested in an online degree program?

A. It depends on the student's comfort with and experience being online. That may sound silly in 2015, but learning in an online environment is different than walking into a classroom. I took online courses 10 years ago because I heard they were easier. And then I came to the first assignment and got stuck on a problem. I quickly figured out "easier" actually meant "on your own." But that was 10 years ago and online course development has done a 180 since. Courses are more engaging and interactive and instructors are more present and available. Before enrolling in an online program, my advice would be to take a free course from Coursera or edX to get a feel for online education and determine the type of learner you are.

Q. How do you anticipate online learning might evolve in the coming years?

A. Online education is still in its infancy compared to traditional classroom learning. And like the Internet in its infancy, only computer nerds could navigate and understand it. In the next 10 to 15 years, we may see the importance of instructional designers continue to rise and online courses will look cleaner and be developed for learners of all different styles. Educators are coming around to the importance of developing a presence to teach online. For the longest time, online education just meant "how do I make this face-to-face course an online course?" They simply took face-to-face elements to an online environment, and their message got lost. They're finally realizing that what students really want is someone there to respond when they need help -- an instructor who is present. We may see more teachers leave the physical classroom to become dedicated online instructors.


Stacey Hilton

Stacey Hilton, Dean of Computer Technologies and Instructional Support, Yavapai College

Q. Can you tell us a little about the online programs offered at Yavapai?

Yavapai College has approximately 30 associate degree and certificate programs that are offered entirely online. We offer a number of associate degrees as well as Associate of Applied Science Degrees with emphasis in Accounting, Administration of Justice, Emergency Management Applications, Fire Science, Management, Office Administration, Paralegal Studies, and Video Game Development. There are a number of online certificate programs that potentially lead into the AAS degree.

Yavapai College has been offering courses online since prior to 2000. In order to keep up with online learning in higher education today, we continue to evaluate different parts of term such as 5-week and 7-week courses to meet the demands of our learners. Yavapai College has adopted Quality Matters, a national leader in quality assurance for online education that has received national recognition for its peer-based approach to continuous improvement in online education and student learning. In addition, Yavapai College recently went through a thorough evaluation of learning management systems (LMS) and will be transitioning to a new LMS in fall 2015. YC has prioritized online learning as a strategic initiative at the college and has put student success in all facets of learning as their priority. YC is excited to take our digital learning environment to the next level using collaborative and student engagement features that have the potential to enhance student learning and improve the academic quality of courses at Yavapai College.

Q. What advice would you give to students interested in an online degree program?

Students at Yavapai College have the same admission requirements and access to support resources as students on campus. The need for traditional courses will never disappear if we truly consider the learning styles of our students. Online learning has worked best for students who have the motivation and passion to enhance their education or skill set in a specific discipline. Participative learning and collaboration among your peers and instructor are key components to the success in your online course. Students must be willing to invest in a routine schedule to manage their time and priorities. Students who possess a higher level of self-discipline have been more successful in their online courses. A supportive network of family and friends is also beneficial for encouragement and accountability.

Q. How do you anticipate online learning might evolve in the coming years?

There has been much technological advancement in higher education over the past 20 years. Technology has changed the way we teach and learn in higher education based on the collaborative ways we interact with one another. The interaction between a student and instructor, student and student, and student and content has always been the key component of quality in online learning. There will continue to be future advancements in technology that will change the way we interact with one another, so adaptability to the needs of our learners will be a necessity in the way we approach education. The goal of preparing students with 21st century skills will continue to be the same, but how we go about educating our students will depend on reviewing the mastery for a specific competency or skill. Competency based learning and credit for prior learning will receive more and more attention as institutions find ways to address the mastery in a particular skill set. Mobile devices such tablets and smart phones will continue to evolve as students and instructors expect more out of mobile learning.


Snapshot of Arizona Cities

The following paragraphs provide a breakdown of Arizona's economic and demographic landscape by metro area. All economic data comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the 2014 Cost of Living Index published by The Council for Community and Economic Research. All demographic data comes from the U.S. Census Bureau and the latest Labor Force Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Phoenix
Economics
The biggest metropolitan region in Arizona includes the city of Phoenix and surrounding areas, known as Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale. With 1,781,210 million employed people who make an annual mean wage of $45,680, Phoenix may be an excellent location for aspiring students to pursue a degree and settle down. The Cost of Living index for this area is 100.7, with the median home price averaging $174,100.

Demographics
As of April 1, 2010 the Census Bureau reported that the Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale metropolitan region had a population of 4,192,887, making it the 14th largest metro area in the United States.

Fun Facts for Online Learners
More than 13.3 million people visit the Phoenix metropolitan region annually for leisure, which is likely due to 211 sunny and 85 partly cloudy days they boast each year. Phoenix is also home to the 20,000-acre South Mountain Park which is the largest municipal park in the world.


Tucson
Economics
The Pima County-Tucson metropolitan area is home to as many as 351,610 workers who make an annual mean wage of $42,450. The Cost of Living Index is for this area is 89, and U.S. Census reports that the median price was $153,700 from 2008-2012.

Demographics
Based on 2013 populations from the U.S. Census, the Tucson area is home to as many as 516,116 residents.

Fun Facts for Online Learners
The Tucson area is home to many walkable areas that have become hotspots for tourists, including landmarks such as Reid Park, the Reid Park Zoo, and the Tucson Botanical Gardens.


Lake Havasu
Economics
Arizona's third biggest metropolitan area covers Mohave County, Arizona and includes the Lake Havasu City- Kingman, Arizona metropolitan area. According to the BLS, this area employs 44,070 people who earn an annual mean wage of $37,260. The Cost of Living index for this area is 111.80. Home prices, one of the six composite categories that make up the index, came in at median value of $206,400 from 2008-2012 according to census data.

Demographics
As of the 2010 census, the Lake Havasu City-Kingman, Arizona metropolitan area was comprised of 200,186 inhabitants.

Fun Facts for Online Learners
The Lake Havasu-Kingman, Arizona area is home to the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, making it one of the most scenic places on Earth. Mohave County also boasts 18 official wilderness areas, some of which extend into other surrounding counties.


Helpful Resources

There are a wide range of online tools for students interested in pursuing online education in Arizona. The state's three public universities- Arizona State University (ASU), Northern Arizona University (NAU) and The University of Arizona (UA)- all offer a variety of degree programs that are geared towards students who wish to complete their studies in a flexible, online format, and include easy-to-use search tools on their respective websites. The National Center for Education Statistics is another resource that can help students compare potential degree programs based on factors such as affordability, retention, and graduation rates.


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