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Graduate Tuition and Fees

TUITION & FEES FOR EdS, MEd, MAT, MLA & MM PROGRAMS

2018-2019

Online and On-Campus Course Tuition: $416 per credit hour
Directed Independent Study  Tuition: $450 per credit hour

Once accepted to a graduate program, a student must submit a $100 deposit to reserve their place in the program. Information regarding the deposit is enclosed in the admission packet. This deposit is non-refundable and is applied to tuition.

Other Fees:

Non-refundable Registration Fee: $20 ($50 Late Registration Fee)
Drop/Add Fee: $20/drop or add
Promissory Note Fee: $25/term
Audit Fee: $75
MAT/MMFT/MEd/MLA/EdS degree application fee: $40
Transcript Fee: $10
Technology Fee: $50/term
Parking Permit: $25/term
Graduation Fee: $150
Private Music Lessons: $530 Fall or Spring term, $175 January term

2018-2019 Tuition & Fees for MMFT

The entire MMFT program is 63 credit hours, with five practicum semesters for a total tuition and practicum cost of $35,728, putting us in the top five most affordable COAMFTE-accredited Marriage and Family Therapy programs in the nation. Practicum fees are $1400.00/semester, and there are five semesters in the practicum.

On-Campus Course Tuition: $456 per credit hour
Non-refundable Registration Fee: $20 ($50 Late Registration Fee)/term
Technology Fee: $50/term
Parking Permit: $25/term
Graduation Fee: $150

2018-2019 Tuition & Fees for MFA

Tuition: $530/credit hour

Upon acceptance, a $250 deposit is required to hold the student’s place in the program. This deposit is non-refundable and is applied to tuition. There is a $50 technology fee per semester.

Full payment of tuition and registration fees are due two weeks before the beginning of each residency (early May for the Summer Residency and Fall Mentoring Semester and early December for the January Residency and Winter/Spring Mentoring Semester) and may be paid online before arrival at the residency. Tuition is nonrefundable after the tuition payment deadline.

Housing Costs

The MFA program works with Residential Life to provide affordable on campus room & board during the summer residency session when available, and with local hotels to provide housing during the January residency session. Rates vary from year to year, but generally cost approximately $1200 to $1500 annually for room and board.