Pursuing your graduate degree is an important decision for you and your family, and the cost of tuition is a significant consideration.
If you’ve looked at comparable degree programs you already know that Concordia offers a superior private college education at an affordable price. Many adult students assume they aren’t eligible for financial aid, but you’ll be glad to know that Concordia offers a variety of sources to help you pay for your education, including state and federal loans and grants, payment plans and scholarships for those who qualify. Many students also receive tuition reimbursement from their employers.
Applying for financial aid doesn’t take long and it’s worth the effort! Our financial aid specialists can answer your questions and help determine the best plan for you.
Contact Student Financial Services: firstname.lastname@example.org 651-641-8776
Graduate Programs Tuition Information
Graduate Programs Cost Per Credit 19-20 Creative Writing (MFA) $525 Criminal Justice Leadership $475 Doctor of Physical Therapy $875 Doctorate of Education (Ed.D., all emphasis areas) $615 Education (all emphasis areas) $395 Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) $415 Exercise Science (MS) $475 Family Science $395 Forensic Behavioral Health $475 Human Resource Management $475 Information Technology Management (MS) $475 Leadership and Management $475 MBA (All emphasis areas) $625 MS in Nursing (MSN) $499 Orthotics and Prosthetics (MS) $515 Special Education (all emphasis areas) $395 Sport Management $475 Strategic Communication Management $475 Superintendent Endorsement $415 Teaching (MAT) $440
Scholarships and Grants
Concordia’s master’s and doctoral programs offer discounted tuition, as well as several scholarship opportunities if you qualify. Contact your Admissions Counselor for additional scholarship and partnership information.