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Undergraduate Tuition

Traditional BA Tuition - 2014/2015

Tuition/Hr .5 to 5.5 credits $425 per semester credit
Tuition/Hr 6.0 to 11.5 credits $850 per semester credit
Tuition 12-18 credits $13,450 per semester
Tuition/Hr in excess of 18 credits/semester $270 per semester credit

Students enrolled in the traditional academic programs are eligible to apply for Concordia University scholarships.

Homeland Security

Tuition $425 / credit, totalling $5100/term for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books & supplies $450 / term
Average standard and course-related fees $200 / term
Average standard and course-related Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility $11,722 / term

Healthcare Administration

Tuition (for students starting during the 2014/15 academic year) $425 / credit, totalling $5100/term for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books & supplies $450 / term
Average standard and course-related fees $259 / term
Average standard and course-related Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility $11,911 / term

Social Work (Adult Degree Completion)

Tuition (for students starting during the 2014/15 academic year) $425 / credit, totalling $5100/term for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books & supplies $450 / term
Average standard and course-related fees $259 / term
Average standard and course-related Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility $11,781 / term

Early Childhood Education (non-licensure)

Tuition $425 / credit, totalling $5100/term for full-time enrollment (12 credits)
Average books & supplies $450 / term
Average standard and course-related fees $259 / term
Average standard and course-related Total standard COA budget for financial aid eligibility $9,231 / term

How We Determine Need

We subtract the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the Cost of Attendance budget created for you.  The difference between the two is the financial need of the student.  That need calculation helps us determine what types of aid you qualify for and in some cases amounts.  Even students who have no need will generally qualify for gift aid and loans.  We encourage everyone to complete the FAFSA so they can at least get the best financial aid package we can put together for them.