For the 2014-2015 academic year the tuition and fees are:
Tuition (per credit) :
MS in Accounting: $740.00 per credit
MS in Cybersecurity Management: $765.00 per credit
MS in Communications & Information Management: $765.00 per credit
MS in Developmental Psychology: $750.00 per credit
MS in Education/Curriculum and Instruction: $475.00 per credit
MS in Education/Special Education: $425.00 per credit
MS in Education/Applied Behavior Analysis: $625.00 per credit
MS in Forensics: $795.00 per credit
MS in Higher Education Administration: $730.00 per credit
MS in Leadership and Negotiation: $720.00 per credit
MS in Mental Health Counseling: $750.00 per credit
MS in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy: $665.00 per credit
MS in Strategic Fundraising & Philanthropy: $665.00 per credit
MFA in Creative Nonfiction: $695.00 per credit
MBA in Entrepreneurial Thinking & Innovative Practices: $765.00 per credit
Master of Occupational Therapy: $840.00 per credit
MS in Physician Assistant Studies Program Tuition (2014-2015 rate):
$94,500 tuition and fees for 24 month program
PA Students can expect to spend upward of $1,500. for textbooks and educational resources throughout the program.
PA Students are also required to purchase an equipment kit which will be used in the instruction of history and physical examination techniques. The cost of the equipment kit is approximately $1,000. Some students may elect to purchase additional equipment in the clinical phase of the program. All costs are the responsibility of the student.
Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Program – Full year: $2910.00
Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Program – Spring semester only : $1597.00
Lost Campus Card Replacement Fee: $10.00
Returned Check Fee: $15.00
Course Lab Fees vary by course; refer to course descriptions for amounts.
Indirect Costs are defined as expenses you will incur that are not billed by the University. These charges include books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses. The cost to students will vary depending upon the number of courses taken during the semester and the student’s program of study.