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Why students choose ACE

Career Advancement

Low tuition costs

Flexible online format

Source: ACE college systems, Office of Institutional Analytics, 2020 Student Satisfaction Survey

Tuition Costs Compared

Tuition Comparison of online programs.

Tuition Comparison of online programs.

Based on information on each institution’s website as of April 9, 2020. Totals include tuition only for M.Ed. in Adult Education and Training or comparable programs provided and do not include fees or associated expenses.

ACE is a trusted and accredited institution

Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission Programmatic trusted accreditations by CAEP, CCNE


in the nation for most master’s degrees awarded in education.*


Overall employer satisfaction rating with ACE graduates**

*Source: National Center for Education Statistics
**Source: ACE college systems, Office of Institutional Analytics, 2020 Student Satisfaction Survey

Student Reviews

Many students enroll at ACE after hearing about us from a friend, family or colleague, including through social channels and online communities. Watch this short video of what Ohio resident Dan Jones has to say about his experience at American College of Education.

7th & 8th Grade Teacher
Richland School of Academic Arts
Mansfield, OH

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The courses at ACE were so affordable that I decided, what the heck, I’ll give it a try and see how it goes. I’m happy to share that I was able to graduate debt free with my master’s degree.

I think the format itself is a formula for success, and I could study on my terms. I would suggest that teachers stick with it.

Chandra Juhasz
M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction