Cheapest online bachelor degrees

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I hear a lot of debate in the Respiratory Therapy community about whether getting a bachelors degree is worth it.   A lot of RRT’s say because hospitals don’t pay you for a B.S. degree, that it just isn’t worth it.    That may be true, however, thinking in the long run, consider the doors a bachelors degree can open for you:

  1. It can help you get the job.
  2. It can help you keep the job.
  3. You may need it to climb the management ladder.
  4. You would need it to teach at a college or university
  5. It’s required for P.A. , A.A. and med school.

Question: So, what about time and money?  Many people feel short on both of these things.

Answer:  Complete your B.S. entirely online!  As far as money, I can’t help you there.  But, I have listed totally online bachelors degree programs below from the cheapest to the most expensive.  Check it out, and let me know if there are any I missed.

Boise State University (Cost~$9,000+)
A.S. to BSRT

Midwestern State University (Cost~$10,000)

University of Cincinnati (Cost~24,000+)
A.S. to BSRT

University of Missouri health system (24,000+)
A.S. to BSRT

University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Cost~26,000+)
A.S. to BSRT

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  1. Oregon Institute of Technology, $12000 +/-, degree completion program completely online, no in-state requirement.

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