Adult degree completion students interested in Health Care Administration, Social Work, Homeland Security & Emergency Management, and Early Childhood Education (non-licensure) typically have three to five years of work or volunteer experience, earned college credits from a regionally- accredited institution, and/or life experience which may qualify for college credit. There is a difference in the types of aid for which these students qualify, but all must first apply for financial aid. The tuition rates for Adult Degree Completion programs are outlined below.

Health Care Administration – 2019/2020

Tuition   $499 per credit, totaling $5,988 for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books and supplies   $450 per term
Average standard and course-related fees   $285 per term
Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility   $13,665 per term

Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Tuition   $499 per credit, totaling $5,988 for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books and supplies   $450 per term
Average standard and course-related fees   $285 per term
Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility   $13,665 per term

Social Work

Tuition   $499 per credit, totaling $5,988 for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books and supplies   $450 per term
Average standard and course-related fees   $285 per term
Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility   $13,665 per term

Social Work

Tuition   $499 per credit, totaling $5,988 for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books and supplies   $450 per term
Average standard and course-related fees   $285 per term
Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility   $13,665 per term

Early Childhood Education (non-licensure)

Tuition   $499 per credit, totaling $5,988 for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books and supplies   $450 per term
Average standard and course-related fees   $285 per term
Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility   $13,665 per term

How We Determine Need

We subtract the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the Cost of Attendance budget created for you. The difference between the two is the financial need of the student. That need calculation helps us determine what types of aid you qualify for and in some cases amounts. Even students who have no need will generally qualify for gift aid and loans. We encourage everyone to complete the FAFSA so they can at least get the best financial aid package we can put together for them.

 

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