Headquarters: Indianapolis, Indiana (programs 100% online)
Graduate institution, regionally accredited
Degrees: Master's, Specialist, Doctoral; Bachelor’s degree completion and Graduate certificate programs
Regionally accredited, online only American College of Education has awarded more than 15,000 graduate degrees in Education since its inception in 2005. The college is now in the top 10 nationally for M.Ed. degrees conferred, based on 2014-2015 IPEDS data. With total tuition for master’s degrees under $8,000 and under $20,000 for doctoral degrees, American College of Education offers great value for those working, or expecting to work, in the education industry.
As an online-only institution, this college requires self-discipline and dedication. Not all prospective students–even master’s degree students–are cut out for this type of learning. But if you are serious, mature, and can take the time to learn online while studying offline, you should consider American College of Education.
"American College of Education is a completely online school. It requires students to be self-disciplined and has high expectations. Online research skills are taught along with a strict adherence to APA citations and references. There is an emphasis on using technology to learn as well as using technology to teach."