2016-2017 Tuition and Fees
As an adult student in the College of Professional Studies classroom or online learning program, your total tuition is based upon the number of classes you enroll in during the fall and spring semesters.
Due to the highly individualized nature of these learning programs, we have broken down tuition and fees course by course.
Tuition and Fees
|Tuition||Cost Per Credit||Cost Per Course**|
**Based on 3 credits per course
|Ph.D. Application Fee||$50|
|Graduate Application Fee||$25|
|Program Fee (MBA/MSE/MSM/MSOL)||$90|
|Late Tuition Charge||$50/class|
*Valid July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017
How do I figure my costs?
To determine your annual tuition cost, simply follow this formula:
- Number of classes taken in entire semester (graduate sessions 1 through 4 for fall, 5 through 8 for spring; doctoral sessions 1 and 2 for fall, 3 and 4 for spring, 5 and 6 for summer) x Cost of Course = Total Tuition Cost.
For example, Reba enrolls in four graduate classes in the fall semester and four graduate classes in the spring semester for a total of eight classes during the academic year. Each of her classes costs $1,485. Her calculation looks like this: 8 x $1,485 = $11,880.
Reba’s total tuition cost is $11,880. The cost of each class includes the book rental fees for textbooks needed.
Robert, on the other hand, enrolls in one class in each doctoral session for a total of six doctoral classes during the school year. Each of his classes cost $2,295. His calculation would look like this: 6 x $2,295 = $13770.
Robert’s total tuition cost is $12,510. The cost of books is not included in the tuition cost for doctoral students and would need to be considered as an out of pocket expense.
Tuition and fees do not account for any scholarships and/or financial aid you may have to help pay these expenses. If you are concerned that you may not have enough scholarship and/or financial aid funds to cover your costs, please contact our office so we may assist you.