Graduate tuition and financial aid

Graduate program cost for the 2022-2023 academic year are as follows:

School of Arts and Sciences
School of Arts and Sciences tuition and fees
Program Per Credit Per Semester
Master of Arts - Digital Humanities $766
Master of Church Music
  • Applied music fee: $201 / credit
$669
Master of Science - Athletic Training    
  • Students admitted to the MSAT program prior to July 1, 2020: tuition remains fixed for the 3 semesters that graduate tuition is charged
$10,419
  • Students admitted to the MSAT program after July 1, 2020: Tuition is charged at a per-credit rate
$687
Master of Science - Computer Science $806
Batterman School of Business
Batterman School of Business tuition and fees
Program Per Credit
Doctor of Business Administration $867
Master of Business Administration
  • Late drop fee: $60
$799
Master of Science - Accountancy $650
Master of Science - Business Analytics $806
Master of Science - Leadership $806
Master of Science - Product Development $909
School of Education
School of Education tuition and fees
Program Per Credit
Master of Art - Child Life $669
Master of Science - School and Professional Counseling $669
Master of Science - Early Childhood Education $669
Master of Science - Educational Administration $669
Master of Science - Educational Design and Technology $669
Master of Science - Family Life $669
Master of Science - Graduate Teacher Certification $669
Master of Science - Literacy $669
Master of Science - Secondary Education $669
Master of Science - Special Education $669
Master of Science - Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education $669
Master of Science - Superintendent Certification $890
Master of Science - Teaching and Learning $669
EdD - Leadership in Innovation and Continuous Improvement (LICI) $867
School of Health Professions
School of Health Professions tuition and fees
Program Per Credit Per Semester
Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • DPT tuition remains fixed for the 6 semesters tuition is charged.
$17,760
Master of Social Work $711
Master of Occupational Therapy
  • MOT tuition remains fixed throughout the program, as long as the student maintains full-time enrollment.
$15,237
Master of Science - Bridge Occupational Therapy (Graduate Level) $15,237
Bridge BSRS OTA (Undergrad Level) $15,525
Bridge BSRS PTA (Undergrad Level) $15,525
Occupational Therapy Doctorate, Entry-Level (OTDe)
  • OTDe tuition remains fixed throughout the program, as long as the student maintains full-time enrollment.
$15,237
Master of Science - Rehabilitation Science $806
Master of Science - Speech-Language Pathology
  • Block tuition, charged per term
  • Student fee package: $135
$9,040
School of Nursing
School of Nursing tuition and fees
Program Per Credit
Doctor of Nursing Practice $815
Master of Science - Nursing
  • Nursing clinical fee: $673
$806
Interprofessional Informatics Certificate $807
School of Pharmacy
School of Pharmacy tuition and fees
Program Per Semester
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
  • Student Services fee: $700
$20,353
Other Fees Per Semester Per Credit One Time
Application (non-refundable) -- -- $60
Graduation -- -- $65
Technology (part-time, under 8 credits) $50 -- --
Technology (full-time, 9 credits or more) $66 -- --
Transcript Request -- -- $10
Internship / Practicum -- $75 --

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Financial Aid

Believe it or not, attending a private university on a gorgeous coast can be affordable.

Through grants, scholarships, loans and work programs, you can drive down the total cost of tuition to something that is considerably more manageable for you and your family.

Uncommon scholarships

We’re excited to offer four new uncommon scholarships exclusively for adult and post-traditional learners. Ranging from $150-$500 per three-credit course, these scholarships can be applied to a variety of programs and are available to employees of our corporate and academic partners, Concordia alumni, and employees of qualifying Christian schools and churches.

Scholarships are available for all qualifying enrolled students. Read more about Uncommon Scholarships here.

Sure, you’ve got plenty of questions about how it all works. Fortunately, we’ve got people dedicated to helping you figure it all out. Contact your Admission Counselor to find out how they can help. You can also call the financial aid office directly at 262-243-4569, visit your Adult Accelerated Center, or even stop by our Mequon, Wisconsin campus. Someone will be happy to help you! We’ll work with you to determine your eligibility for grants, identify appropriate scholarships and talk you through the loan process.

Paying for college can be just as individual as the courses you select.

Go to Financial Aid Search Scholarships Pay Graduate Tuition Deposit

Tuition refund

Students who withdraw from the University, or from one or more classes, will receive a pro-rated refund of tuition based on the following table:

Weeks in Course Week # Week # Week # Week # Week # Week # Week #
16 Week 1
80% 1
Week 2
75% 1
Week 3
60% 2
Week 4
40% 2
Week 5
25% 2
Weeks 6-10
0% 2
Weeks 11-16
0% 3
12 Week 1
80% 2
Week 2
75% 2
Week 3
50% 2
Week 4
25% 2
Weeks 5-8
0% 2
Weeks 9-12
0% 3
10 Week 1
75% 2
Week 2
50% 2
Week 3
25% 2
Weeks 4-7
0% 2
Weeks 8-10
0% 3
8 Week 1
75% 2
Week 2
50% 2
Week 3
25% 2
Weeks 4-5
0% 2
Weeks 6-8
0% 3
6 Week 1
60% 2
Week 2
40% 2
Weeks 3-4
0% 2
Weeks 5-6
0% 3
4 Week 1
50% 2
Week 2
25% 2
Week 3
0% 2
Week 4
0% 3
3 Week 1
50% 2
Week 2
0% 2
Week 3
0% 3
1 Day 1
50% 2
Day 2
25% 2
Day 3
0% 2
Days 4-5
0% 3

Grades reflected on transcript due to dropping of a class:
1 Course not reflected on transcript
2 Grade of W will be issued for the course
3 A grade of F will be issued for the course