• Summer 2015 Tuition

    All rates listed are per credit.

    Undergraduate

     
     

    Summer-Undergraduate

    $634

    Postbaccalaureate

    $589

       

    School of Law

     
     
     

    Summer Tuition

    $1,302

    Master in the Study of Law $750
       

    School of Education (Graduate Only)

     
     

    Master's of Arts in Education program, NSEE & MALEd

    $405

    Master's of Arts in ESL program

    $437

    Master's of Arts in TESOL program $625

    Administrative Licensure

    $405

    Master's of Art in Teaching (initial licensure)

    $523

    Doctorate of Education

    $680

    Catalog (Electives) Continuing Studies**

    $283

    Additional Licensure (ASD, ESL, Other)

    $437

    Additional Licensure (Reading) $405
    Certificates (ABE, Adult ESL, ASD, Gifted, Math, OHD, TBI) $380
    Certificates - TEFL $460
    Other Certificate Courses** (Excluding Adv Pain Management) $283
    ** Excluding courses also offered as part of a Certificate of licensure program. (Certificate/Licensure rate would apply)  
    Courses offered with the American Museum of Natural History $343
       

    School of Business (Graduate Only)

      
     

    Master's Degree Programs

    $495

    Doctoral Program

    $740

    MBA Cohorts starting Fall 2014 - Summer 2015

    $675

       

    Creative Writing Programs

     

    Master's Degree in Liberal Studies

    $445

    Master's Degree in Fine Arts

    $507

    Master's Degree in Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults

    $668
     
  • news

    Saint Paul teacher, and two-time Hamline alumna, Amy Hewett-Olatunde was named the 2015 Minnesota Teacher of the Year by Education Minnesota.

    Hamline’s Digital Media Arts and Religion departments invite the Hamline community to the screening of "Sermon of the Serpent," a short documentary film set in southern West Virginia where Pentecostal Pastor Mack Wolford leads one of the few remaining snake handling churches in the United States. The screening is Wednesday, May 6 at 5 p.m. at the Bush Center Basement.

    Peer Education and The Wesley Center invite all students to pet therapy animals, walk the Wesley Center labyrinth, outdoor yoga, and eat an ice cream treat on Tuesday, May 12 from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. on Anderson Mall.