Concordia University offers several cutting-edge online degree programs at a competitive price. Our team of educational leaders believe a quality education offers exceptional professional development, a greater range of career opportunities, and increased earning potential.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, public and private school teachers with a Master of Education earn more money, with an 11.31% salary difference for public school teachers and an 8.2% difference for private school teachers.
Tuition for graduate and undergraduate degree programs:
|Degree Level||Curriculum Components||Required Components||Cost|
|Bachelor’s||Course fee||min. 45 credits||$395 per credit|
|Course fee||30-33 credits||$620 per credit|
|Course fee||59 credits||$880 per credit|
Technology & Portfolio Fee
A combined Technology and Blackboard Portfolio Fee will be assessed as follows:
All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in any academic term
|Enrolled in .5 to 5.5 credits||$100||per semester|
|Enrolled in 6.0 to 99 credits||$200||per semester|
Financial Aid and Other Programs
Concordia University offers several plans including federal financial aid (available only to US citizens and eligible non-citizens) as well as scholarships and grants to assist students in paying their tuition.
Automatic Monthly Payment Plans
An automatic monthly payment plan is also available to self-pay students or those who are not eligible for Financial Aid.
The number of installment payments students are allowed will depend on the number of classes taken in the term. For instance, a student taking 5 courses during the term qualifies for up to 5 installment payments, while a student taking 3 courses qualifies for up to 3 installment payments.
A payment plan enrollment fee of $25.00 per term will be assessed. Payments can be made with MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club or E-Check. A 2.75% convenience fee will be charged to credit/debit payments.