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2023 Family and Consumer Economics Cost

There are about 3,955 students enrolled in Family and Consumer Economics in the USA.

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Family and consumer economics is the 302nd most expensive degree in America, with a median cost of $23,615 for the top 50 programs (just ahead of #303, Computer and Information Systems Security, with a median cost of $23,562).

The Great Lakes have the most expensive schools with top 50 family and consumer economics programs led by Ohio State University-Main Campus with an annual cost of $31,174. The most expensive state for family and consumer economics is Minnesota led by University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Public schools with good programs generally charge Infinity% more than private schools for in-state students. However, when looking at out-of-state tuition, the median top 50 Public school charges Infinity% more than your average private school. So make sure to take a look at public shools in your state sooner rather than later.

The most pricey option in the top 25 is University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. The most affordable option in the top 100 is South Dakota State University. It costs just $11,172 per year, and it is ranked 17th for its family and consumer economics program. Another more affordable choice would be #20, Ashford University in San Diego County, CA with a cost of $11,640 for in-state students and $11,640 for out-of-state students.

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