Are Colleges Realizing They’re Overcharging?

Karl L Hughes
Jan 13, 2017 · 1 min read

Georgia Tech just announced a Master of Science in Analytics Degree for Less Than $10,000. The course is all online, but offers access to a degree from a top tier institution for 1/4th the price they normally charge.

Could it be that some colleges see the writing on the wall? Easy access to loans have allowed them to raise prices without justification, but as the Federal Government cracks down on (for-profit) institutions for awarding degrees with terrible job prospects, maybe not-for-profit colleges see where this is going. At least we can hope.

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