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Graduate Studies and Continuing Education

Financial Information

How much does it cost to take courses?

Tuition for graduate studies and continuing education courses is surprisingly affordable! 

Undergraduate Course Fees

4-credit course $1,505
3 credit course $1,128
2-credit course $752
1-credit course $376
Non-credit course $415
RN to BSN $432 per credit
RN to BSN Clinical Lab Fee  $100

Art Courses Additional Fees

 
Add Studio Art Fees for Supplies $75-$150; varies by course
Add Art Trip Fee $60
Art Kit Fee $75-$150; varies by course

Graduate Business Tuition Fees

 
Masters of Business Administration $2,538 per 3-credit course
Masters of Science in HR Management $2,538 per 3-credit course
Masters in Health Administration $2,538 per 3-credit course
Graduate Certificate Programs $2,538 per 3-credit course

Nursing Tuition Fees

 
MSN including Nurse Practitioner $846 per credit
Accelerated Nursing Tuition $46,170 for program + additional fees
Graduate Nursing Internship Fees $300

Education Tuition Fees

 
MAT and MEDU $1,449
Education 1-Credit Course $483
MAT Selected Courses for Certification Candidates  $55 or $110; varies by course

Program Fees for All Majors

 
Technology Fee $45 per semester

Additional Fees (may not apply)

 
Senior Citizens (60 and over) Half of the tuition and full amount of any fees (undergraduate courses only)
Course Audit (Please see restrictions below) $100 per course audited
Deferred Payment Plan Per Semester $25
Employer Reimbursement Plan Fee per Semester $35
Payment Late Fee $50
Graduation Fee $100

**A student registered for any courses will also pay a $45 technology fee for the term.

Senior Citizen Tuition

Senior citizens (age 60 and older) may take undergraduate courses for half the tuition, plus the full amount of any fees. Please note that this discount only applies to undergraduate courses.

Tuition for Course Auditors

Individuals who wish to audit are charged half the tuition. Alumni, alumnae, and senior citizens pay $100 per course audited.

Certain courses may not be taken on an audit basis. These include independent study, field study, studio art, music performance, laboratory science, computer science courses numbered above 110, nursing courses, Professional Communication (CCEN 100), creative or journalistic writing, all graduate courses, and other courses that, by their nature, are inappropriate for auditors, as determined by the College.

Auditing is available on a space-available basis only; that is, if the course is closed, auditors will not be accepted.

When must I pay for my courses?

All tuition and fees must be paid in FULL two weeks before the start of the course, unless you have enrolled in a deferred payment plan or completed an ERPP Form.

Please note that all payments must be made at the Bursar's Office in Colonial Hall. If you have questions about your bill, please contact the office at 610-861-1588.

If you pay after the due date (and have not enrolled in a deferred payment plan), you will be charged a $50 late payment fee.

Will you refund my tuition if I must withdraw from a course?

We understand that circumstances can change (particularly when job and family responsibilities are involved). Our policy is to provide a tuition refund based on the extent of the term remaining after you officially drop a course. However, if you withdraw after 60% of the term has passed, there will be no refund.

What does the technology fee cover?

A student who registers through the Graduate Studies and Continuing Education has access to the full range of information technology services offered to students at Moravian College. This includes access to the College campus-wide network, the ability to access the Reeves library from on- or off-campus (including online searches), a college email account, a college Canvas account, access to AMOS (including ability to access grades), use of campus computers and printers (both black & white and color), services of Information Technology (including Help Desk with extended hours, current versions of anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and programs to remove adware and malware). In addition, Moravian Graduate students have the option of registering for courses using our web-based pre-registration module.

The cost of these services is partially defrayed by an Information Technology fee that is assessed on all students, separate from the tuition charges. For students enrolled through the Graduate Studies and Continuing Education program, the fee for the 2016-2017 academic year is $45 per term per student and is independent of the number or type of courses taken.

Notes about Fees:

  • A technology fee of $45 per term is charged to all students, independent of the number of courses in which you enroll.
  • Education, art, science, and nursing courses may have additional fees. The "cost" column in the current course schedule shows tuition and any fees associated with courses you might be interested in taking.