Graduate Admissions

Tuition and Fees

  • We encourage you to check with your human resources office, as many employers also provide tuition assistance with direct billing through Student Financial Services as a benefit to their employees.

    Tuition 2014-15 (Per Credit)

    The average credit load per quarter is 3 credits for part-time students and 6-9 credits for full-time students.

    Program Cost per Credit
    Arts Leadership $664
    Business $800
    Bridge MBA Per Term $9,500
    Criminal Justice $664
    Education (Masters and Educational Specialist degrees) $610
    Doctor of Education $722
    Nonprofit Leadership $664
    Nursing- MSN $678
    Nursing- DNP $700
    Psychology $664
    Public Administration $664
    Computer Science/Software Engineering $800
    Sport Administration and Leadership $714
    Theology and Ministry- Masters & Doctoral $616
    LEMBA and Executive Leadership programs billed quarterly. Contact the Business School for tuition information at (206) 296-5700


    Application, graduate and non-matriculated $55
    Matriculation (one time only fee) $150
    International/Non-Resident Annual Insurance Fee*    

    Technology, Graduate enrollment of 9 credits or more (per quarter)


    Technology, Graduate enrollment of less than 9 credits


    Recreation, Graduate enrollment of 9 credits or more (per quarter)

    Recreation, Graduate enrollment of less than 9 credits $65
    Advance Practice Nursing Immersion: MSN $95
    Doctor of Education $500
    Master of Nonprofit Leadership $150
    Master in Teaching $500
    Psychology $100

    * For all International Students and Non-Residents, you will be billed an annual charge for health insurance and to remove the charge you must fill out an online waiver form by the appropriate deadline. For more information about the International Student/Non-Resident insurance process please visit:

    There are several payment options available to assist you in paying for each quarter's tuition. For detailed information, please consult the Student Financial Services website or contact Student Financial Services at (206) 220-8020.

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