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There are 310 online schools in the US offering over 1,000 accredited online teaching programs. These accredited online teaching schools have approximately 3,447,254 students enrolled. The admission rate for students who apply to these online teaching colleges is 70%. This means that 7 out of every 10 students who apply for admission to enroll in online teaching courses receive admission.

Online teaching classes are available at the following levels:

  • Associate's degree in teaching
  • Bachelor's degree in teaching
  • Master's degree in teaching
  • Doctoral degree in teaching
  • Certificate in teaching

Accredited online teaching schools offer 138 online teaching certificate programs, 22 online teaching associate's degree programs and 26 online teaching bachelor's degree programs for students to select from. In addition, at the graduate level, students may choose from one of 776 online teaching master's degree programs or 38 online teaching doctoral degree programs.

Approximately 41% of the 3,447,254 students enrolled in online teaching classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online teaching degree or certificate.

Online teaching college graduates can choose from a variety of professions including a teacher, an education administrator or a business teacher. And those with teaching degrees and certificates can expect to earn a salary in the range of $17,800 to $166,250 per annum. Exact salary will depend on factors such as seniority, the exact job, or large or small employer. In particular, teachers earn an average yearly salary of $61,385. And education administrators, earn an average salary of $88,577 per year. Business teachers, earn $75,671 per year on average.

Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.

 
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  • PhD - Instructional Design for Online Learning - The Capella University Online PhD in Instructional Design for Online Learning program teaches students about applying instructional design research to the field, leading instructional design initiatives, and implementing instructional solutions. An Online PhD in Instructional Design for Online Learning degree is acquired by those interest in administrative positions within online settings, educational institutions, or as faculty at colleges or universities in the area. This degree requires 120 credit hours of study and allows students to communicate with other professionals in the field in an online environment.

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  • Teacher Aide - The Penn Foster Career School Online Teacher Aide program provides future employed teaching personnel with knowledge on child development and learning theories, instructional teaching and supervision techniques and includes discourse on how to prepare curriculum content based on first and secondary schooling. An Online Teacher Aide program diploma demonstrates a formal mastery of basic appropriate communication and instruction skills, allowing graduates to achieve employment as Teacher Aids in private and public first and secondary education institutions. Students complete 7 instruction sets and can participate in a work experience program but prospective aides require state certification in Illinois and Missouri.