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Online Schools Offering Vocational Programs Degrees

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Vocational studies programs can prepare you for careers in many trades, such as automotive repair, construction, home inspection, and HVAC maintenance. We feature 66 vocational studies programs, offered via 18 colleges. The average cost for these programs is $16,700 a year. Our student reviewers have given an average recommendation rate of 58 percent across these schools. This is the percentage of reviewers that would recommend their school to prospective students.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,384 Associate $16,205 Bachelor's $16,548 Master's $15,146 Doctorate $12,138
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $62,395 Master's $86,487 Doctorate $92,988

Vocational studies programs can be earned at the certificate, associate, bachelor's, and master's degree level. The bulk of programs fall in the certificate and associate degree range and take one to two years to complete. These programs teach students the theory and practical skills of their profession. For example, an aviation maintenance student would learn about math and physics, as well as airplane diagnostic tests. Bachelor's and master's programs in vocational studies can be a good option for people who want to become managers or supervisors in vocational settings. For example, a master's in hospitality can prepare graduates to run a hotel or restaurant.

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Find a Vocational Programs School
66 Degrees from 18 Schools

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