Courses tend to be the same $ per credit as campus-based schools, but you may pay less in other areas such as driving, parking, and sometimes books (since sometimes they provide online books/articles). You can request information about tuition for specific online classes
directly from the schools on this list: http://www.edvisors.com/classes/business.php
While $$$ is a consideration for everyone, you need to find a program that works for you. Not all online programs are created equally, so choose wisely!! Sometimes a course is cheaper, and considered a mini-session, meaning you have a givin time-frame to complete the course, and for some courses the assignments are paced by week - others have no time requirements. So, do some research!! We have reviews in this forum for a few of the better online schools, like Ashford University and Capella University - both have a wide range of online business degrees, so I would start my research with them. We've written more about online business classes in this article titled, "Best Online Business Programs
". Check it out and let us know what you think!