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Business Management Associate Degree
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Online Business Management Associate Degree Tuition and Financing

U.S. Career Institute is committed to making your education affordable, which is why we offer low business tuition as well as convenient payment plans. Invest in your future with one of our low-cost training programs and you're sure to see a payoff!

How Much Does an Online Business Degree Cost?

At U.S. Career Institute, your online Business Management degree cost is less than $2,000 a semester, and you pay even less if you opt to pay in full rather than in monthly installments. Most other two-year institutions offer an online Business Management degree that costs twice as much or more.

Tuition and Charges for the First Semester

USCI Business Management Associate Degree
USCI Business Management Associate Degree tuition

*Plus $40.00 shipping and handling charge.
**First payment includes $24 tuition and $40 shipping and handling and $75 Application Charge. Shipping and Application Charge non-refundable.

Our Business Management program consists of four semesters. The total Business Management program cost for all four semesters and fees is $8,191, which is $1,989 plus $40 for shipping per semester and a one-time application charge of $75.


Included in Your Tuition:

  • Instructor assistance
  • Textbooks (electronic or hard copies)*
  • Course supplements
  • Career coaching services for graduates

How Much Does Business School Cost on Average?

The average cost of tuition for a two-year business associate degree program can vary widely depending on the type of school, with some top schools charging as much as $26,000.

How Much Does the Average Undergraduate Degree Cost?

The average cost of an associate degree in accounting or business at an in-person community college is $10,300 per year**. Bachelor's degrees are even more expensive, costing tens of thousands of dollars per year.

Why Choose to Earn a Business Management Degree Online?

When you take courses in Business Management online with U.S. Career Institute, you won't have to worry about commuting to campus, and you won't have to take time off from work: You'll be able to study whenever it's easiest for you and at your own pace. You'll also be able to take advantage of a convenient payment plan to pay your Business Management tuition and have added peace of mind when you enroll thanks to our money-back commitment.

How Much Money Can You Make With a Business Management Degree?

The median salary of someone with a Business Management associate degree is $56,620 a year†, far more than you'd make with just a diploma. The skills acquired while earning this type of degree can be applied to many different Business Management career paths, from a business manager to an accountant, making an associate degree in business well worth the price.

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* Textbooks are included in your tuition and will be electronic or hard copy depending on the course. If you prefer hard copies of the textbooks that are delivered electronically, you can easily order them online or by phone after enrolling for under $30. We reserve the right to substitute items of equal or greater value when it becomes necessary.
**https://educationdata.org/average-cost-of-community-college
https://educationdata.org/average-cost-of-college
https://www.usnews.com/education/online-education/business-administration-associate-degree
https://www.ziprecruiter.com/Salaries/Business-Administration-Associate-Salary
†Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Administrative Support Occupations, on the internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/about/data-for-occupations-not-covered-in-detail.htm#Office%20and%20administrative%20support%20occupations, (visited December 1, 2020). Statements found in the United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook are not a guarantee of any post-graduation salary, in part because the data used to create the Occupational Outlook Handbook includes workers from differing educational backgrounds, levels of experience, and geographic areas of the country.