2023 Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services Cost
There are about 304,381 students enrolled in Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services in the USA.
Compared to national avg.
Median degree cost
Vs. National Avg.
Allied health and medical assisting services is the 316th most expensive degree in America, with a median cost of $22,200 for the top 50 programs (just ahead of #317, Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing, with a median cost of $22,194).
New England has the most expensive colleges with top of the line allied health and medical assisting services programs predominantly led by University of Connecticut with an annual cost of $36,466. Connecticut is the most expensive state for allied health and medical assisting services also led by University of Connecticut.
Public schools with good programs generally charge 63.96% less than private schools for in-state students. When looking at out-of-state tuition however, the median top 50 Public school charges 16.54% less than your average private school. So be sure to take a look at public shools in your state sooner rather than later.
The most high-priced option in the top 25 is Widener University, which is the 174th most expensive college in the nation. The most affordable option in the top 100 is Caribbean University-Bayamon. It costs just $4,656 per year, and it is ranked 31st for its allied health and medical assisting services program. If you’re looking for a higher ranked, but still affordable option, Santa Ana College is probably for you, ranked #13 with an in-state cost of just $1,104. Another more affordable option would be #24, SUNY College of Technology at Canton in St. Lawrence County, NY with a cost of $7,070 for in-state students and $11,000 for out-of-state students.