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Adult Undergraduate/Online Programs Tuition & Aid

Pursuing your bachelor’s 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.

Tuition Information

  • Associate’s Programs Credits Cost Per Credit 2019-20
    Associate of Arts 60 $420
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography – ECHO (AAS) 46 $720
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography – General (AAS) 46 $620
    Early Childhood Education 60 $420

    FEES:

    • Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Program Fee: $100
      (assessed in the first semester of the program)
  • Bachelor’s Programs Cost Per Credit 18-19
    Accounting (BA & BS) $420
    Business $420
    Child Development $420
    Computer Science (BS) $420
    Criminal Justice $420
    Exercise Science $420
    Family Science $420
    Health Care Administration $420
    Human Resource Management $420
    Information Systems (BS) $420
    Management and Leadership $420
    Marketing $420
    Nursing (RN to BSN) $420
    Psychology $420
    Pulmonary Science (BS) $420
    Sport Management $420

    Active Duty Rate

    Concordia offers a military tuition rate for members of the armed forces who are on active duty while using your Tuition Assistance benefit.

    • Undergraduate tuition rate: $250/credit

Scholarship and Grant Resources

Concordia’s adult undergraduate programs offer a discount in tuition as well as several scholarship opportunities if you qualify. Contact your Admissions Counselor for additional scholarship and partnership information.

Scholarships are evenly disbursed over the first five terms of a degree program. They cannot be combined with other institutional discounts/scholarships. Program participation will be evaluated on an annual basis. Scholarships require the annual submission of FAFSA and are not to exceed the cost of tuition less any other grant or scholarship aid.

 

Available Scholarships

View scholarships and grants available for adult undergraduate/online students

Scholarships

Loans

All loans require a completed FAFSA, except for some alternate loans which may have no requirements.