Graduate Tuition & Fees 2024-25

Earning your master's degree is an excellent way to put yourself ahead of the competition! You'll also increase your earning potential and be more employable. What's more, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs that require a master's degree are expected to increase by 18% this decade.

It's a big commitment, but one with a big payoff! You will enjoy learning from faculty experts, networking with professionals and learning skills you can put to work from day one. The first step in achieving your future goals is applying.

Tuition Cost Breakdown (2024-25) 

(per credit hour for degree and certificate programs) 

Master of Science in Analytics $600
Master of Science in Athletic Training $588
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Certificate $576
Master of Social Work $576
Master of Science in Sport Management $574
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Certificate $542
Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling $542
Master of Science in School Counseling $542
School Counseling Certificate $542
Play Therapy Certificate $542
Master of Science in Organizational Leadership $489
Instructional Design Certificates $450
Master of Science in Instructional Design $450 
Master of Education $381
Science of Reading Certificate $381
Stand-Alone Education Endorsements $381

Typical Fees

Technology fee $90 / semester
(fall, spring and summer semesters)
Athlete wellness fee $150 ($75/semester)
Online course fee $32/credit hour
Parking fee - commuter $44 / semester
(fall and spring semesters only)
Graduation fee $100
Military tuition discount $100*

*This is a $100 per credit discount for graduate students who are active military or a spouse of active military.

Cost Explanations

  • Please note, costs are subject to change without notice.

Summary of Fees

Technology Fee

The technology fee covers the cost to acquire, install and maintain technologies that enhance the student learning experience and provide equitable access to technology resources. Examples of technology fee usage includes, but is not limited to, smart classrooms, computer labs, learning content and content management software, electronic media and library databases, distance learning hardware/software, and access to the wireless network. This fee is assessed to full-time day students (fall/spring) and graduate students (fall/spring/summer). The fee is assessed to part-time, online, evening, and weekend students (GPS) as part of their per credit hour tuition rate.

Online Course Fee

The online course fee is used for the development, maintenance and delivery of online courses, including additional training costs, development, maintenance and assessment of courses, compliance with distance education rules, etc. This fee is assessed per credit hour for any online courses.

Parking Fee

The parking fee helps pay for the costs associated with maintaining campus parking lots. Examples include, but are not limited to, parking signs, parking lot maintenance and improvements, campus security to patrol the lots, parking lot lighting, snow removal, etc. This fee is assessed to all students during the fall and spring semesters, with the exception of those who are in online instruction only or who have received an exception due to not bringing a car to campus.

Graduation Fee

The graduation fee helps fund the cost of conferring a degree, including, but not limited to, the diploma, diploma cover, mailing the diploma, cap and gown, and defraying some of the costs of the commencement ceremony. This fee also offsets the cost of reviewing the transcript to ensure the students have officially met the requirements of the degree they are receiving. This fee is assessed to all graduates regardless of whether or not they attend the ceremony and is usually added to their account about a month prior to the end of their last term. For full-time day students who have an enrollment deposit on file, the graduation fee will be paid by the enrollment deposit.

Athlete Wellness Fee

The athlete wellness fee helps cover the costs incurred specifically for student athletes. These costs include, but are not limited to, athletic training, athletic rehabilitation needs, and athlete-specific programming, monitoring, and oversight for strength and conditioning. This fee is assessed to all student athletes. It is assessed each fall and spring semester that the student is considered an active athlete regardless if the sport is in competition season or not.