Graduate Cost & Aid
As a graduate student, you will most likely assume greater financial responsibility for your degree than you may have for your undergraduate degree. Several financial aid options are available to help you finance your education, so you can breathe easy and focus on what’s most important—earning your degree.
Graduate students must be admitted to a graduate degree program to be considered for graduate-level funding. Awards are based on full-time enrollment in graduate-level courses (not undergraduate). Full time for graduate students is 8 credits; half time is 6 credits.
Depending on the courses taken, you may also be assessed a personal property or service charge.
|Program||Tuition Per Credit|
|Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Leadership||$689.78|
|Master of Arts in Criminal Justice||$495.00|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)||$700.34|
|Master of Business Administration with Healthcare Management||$700.34|
|Master of Health Administration (MHA)||$625.00|
|Master of Science and Specialist in Educational Leadership||$515.00|
|Master of Science and Specialist in School Psychology||$551.36|
|Master of Science in Accounting and Finance (MSAF)||$673.41|
|Master of Science in Athletic Training||$495.00|
|Master of Science in Counseling||$550.00|
|Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction||$515.00|
|Master of Science in Nursing||$601.80|
|Master of Science in Social Work||$625.00|
|Master of Science in Special Education||$505.17|
|Master of Science in Speech & Language Pathology||$538.45|
|Master of Science in Teaching English as a Second Language||$485.74|
We are committed to providing you the best financial aid package possible for your graduate program. If you need assistance completing your financial aid application, please contact the Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid.