• Student Accounts

  • School of Education Tuition Rates

    Tuition Due Dates

  • 2014-2015 Tuition Rates:    

    Master of Arts in Education, NSEE & MALEd  (per credit) $405
    Master of Arts in ESL program (per credit) $437
    Doctorate of Education program (per credit) $680
    Master of Arts in Teaching program (per credit, initial licensure) $523
    Administrative Licensure (per credit)   $405
    Additional Licensure (ASD, ESL, Other) (per credit) $437
    Additional Licensure (Reading) (per credit) $405
    Certificates (ABE, Adult ESL, ASD, Gifted, Math, OHD, TBI) (per credit) $380
    Continuing Studies (per credit) $283


     2014-2015 Other Graduate Student Fees:    

    Facilities Fee (per credit) $3
    Licensure Program Fee (new students only) $150
    Degree-seeking Program Fee (new students only) $190
    Course Materials (as required by instructor) variable
    Health Insurance (optional, estimated) $1,846
    International Student Fee (per year) $270
    Water-Stone Review (optional) $15

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  • 2013-2014 Tuition Rates:   

    Master of Arts in Education program (per credit) $389
    Master of Arts in Education (NSEE, ESL, MALEd) (per credit) $405
    Master of Arts in Teaching program (per credit, initial licensure) $508
    Doctorate of Education program (per credit) $680
    Administrative Licensure (per credit) $405
    Additional Licensure (per credit) $405
    Continuing Studies (per credit) $275

    2013-2014 Other Graduate Student Fees:

    Facilities Fee (per credit) $3
    Licensure Program Fee (new students only) $150
    Degree-seeking Program Fee (new students only) $190
    Course Materials (as required by instructor) Variable
    Health Insurance (optional, estimated) $1,520
    International Student Fee (per year) $260

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