Achieve your educational goals at a price you can afford with the online programs of Notre Dame of Maryland University. Competitively priced tuition and financial aid resources can help you feel comfortable taking the next step in reaching your goals.
|Degree||2018-19 Cost Per Credit Hour|
|RN to BSN||$360|
|Bachelor of Arts in Business||$400|
|Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts||$400|
|MA in Contemporary Communication||$550|
|Master of Science in Analytics and Knowledge Management||$550|
|Master of Science in Risk Management||$550|
|Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership for Changing Populations||$550|
|Certificate in Risk Management||$500|
|MA in Gifted and Talented + Post Master’s Cert||$550|
Registration/Technology Fee for 2018-19 (nonrefundable): $160 per term
*classes are typically 3 credits (tuition x3 credits plus registration/technology fee)
Explore options for making your education more affordable:
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): You may be eligible for financial aid in the form of low-interest loans and veterans’ benefits. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine if you are able to receive aid for your intended program.
- Grants and Loans: Financial aid, such as Federal Pell Grants and Federal Stafford Loans (subsidized or unsubsidized), can significantly cut the cost of your education and give you financial flexibility. To be eligible, you will need to be admitted as a matriculated student at Notre Dame of Maryland University, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and register for at least 6 credits.
- Employee Tuition Reimbursement: Ask your employer if you are eligible for employee tuition reimbursement, which many of our students use to make a Notre Dame education possible. The Employer Tuition Remission Payment Plan enables students to register and partially defer tuition. At the time of registration, all fees and 15 percent of total tuition is due. The balance of your tuition is payable 60 days after the last class of the semester. See Employee Tuition Remission Payment Form that should be submitted at time of registration each semester.