Cost & Aid
Cost & Aid - Intro
Investing in The Future
It's important to know exactly how much you'll invest in your education. The costs and scenarios below should help you with the calculations and weigh that against the long-term benefits of earning your MSN. As a nurse, of course, your calculation is a little more complex.
Because when you go back to school for an MSN, you're not just investing in what your new degree will mean for your future career. You're also investing in the difference it makes for the people in your care and, with new paths to leadership open to you, in the difference you can make in health care overall.
Tuition & Fees
Please note that these costs may change. Be sure to confirm this information when you talk with an outreach counselor.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition for the Online MSN program is based on a cost of $680 per credit hour.
The cost to apply to the Online MSN program is $85.
When your Plan of Study and expected graduation term are approved by the Graduate Student Academic Services office, a candidacy fee of $35 will be billed to your bursar's account.
Books & Supplies
Your cost for books and supplies will vary by class and where you shop, but you should plan to invest about $300 each term.
Additional UA Fees
All UA students are subject to the following additional fees depending on the course load. Learn more through the UA Bursar's Office:
- $25.50/semester (for enrollment of 1-6 total credit hours per semester)
- $51.00/semester (for enrollment of 7+ total credit hours per semester)
Graduate students can qualify for a variety of financial aid resources, including federal student aid, grants and scholarships and student loans. Reach out to the UA Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid to see what might be available for you:
firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail)
Change Starts Now
If you're ready to invest in your future and the future of health care, contact an outreach counselor today to learn more about our RN-MSN program, including application deadlines for each program start date.