Costs

  • Complete information on tuition and fees for online courses and programs is available at the Bursar’s website. The tables below are provided to make it convenient to calculate costs for a single online course or program.

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    Sample Total Costs

    Sample total costs for a 3-credit online course or a fully online master’s program are listed below for your convenience. The sample costs are based on rates for the school year 2016–17. They do not encompass every program.  They are rounded off to the nearest dollar.

    3-Credit Online Course
    Type of Course
    Cost
    Undergraduate In-State $1,080
    Undergraduate Out-of-State $1,440
    Master’s In-State $2,129
    Master’s In-State 5% Differential  $2,233
    Master’s Out-of-State $2,190
    Master’s Out-of-State 5% Differential $2,325
    Fully Online Master’s Program
    Program costs vary because of differences between in-state and out-of-state rates, in individual program rates, and in required number of credits.
    In or Out of State
    Type of Course
    Cost
    Master’s In-State  Adult and Community Education, Food and Nutrition, and Mathematics MEd  $23,168–$25,297
    Master’s In-State 5% Differential Criminology $22,101
    Master’s Out-of-State Adult and Community Education, Food and Nutrition, and Mathematics MEd  $23,474–$25,596
    Master’s Out-of-State 5% Differential Criminology  $23,028