When it comes to choosing a new degree, the best choice is usually the one with the lowest cost, according to a new study by the U.S. Department of Education.
The study, which looks at tuition and fees, student aid, and other costs of the degree, shows that the highest cost is for the associate’s degree.
The study notes that the bachelor’s degree is typically cheaper than a master’s degree at the top-tier programs.
The report is based on tuition and fee data for all four bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the U: the associate degree, bachelor’s, and doctoral.
It also includes data on costs of student aid and other aid, as well as data on loan repayment rates.
The average cost for the bachelor degree is $25,834 for the full-time equivalent, $34,821 for the part-time equivalents, and $29,811 for the graduate equivalent.
The report estimates that if the student is enrolled full- or part-Time, that cost is about $3,700.
That is the same cost that most students pay, according the report, and it does not include fees for student loans.
The costs of getting a bachelor’s or master’s are very similar.
The costs of a bachelor degree are about $22,000 for the same degree, and the costs of graduate degree programs are about the same.
The higher cost of a master degree may be due to a smaller pool of students that enroll in those programs, said Katherine Goggin, associate vice president of research and development at the National Association of College and University Business Officers.
The research was based on data collected in 2010 and 2011 by the National Center for Education Statistics, the National Council of Higher Education Administrators, the Federal Reserve Board, and data from the Department of Labor.
The findings are based on the College Board’s College Cost Index, a nationwide database of college costs that includes tuition, fees, and housing costs.
The index, based on publicly available data from 2009 to 2010, showed that the average cost of the bachelor level associate degree was $34.821.
The graduate degree was about $36,906.
The data for the report were collected through the U of L’s student-admissions service, which is the nation’s largest for-profit college, according it.
The College Board does not make its own data available.