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Tuition Per Credit Hour
Tuition for the 2012-2013 academic year is:
|Degree Level / Program
||Cost Per Credit Hour¹
|Master's level (M.A. & M.Div.)
|Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
|Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
|Non-degree (M.A. & M.Div. level)
There is an additional Administrative Fee of $85 per semester. See the Business Office for payment deadlines and additional student fees. Late fees are applied for missed payment deadlines.
The School of Divinity offers a wide range of financial award options including academic and need-based scholarships, ministry and military tuition discounts, and church and ministry tuition matching grants. School of Divinity Financial Awards are in addition to aid that is arranged through Regent University's Office of Central Financial Aid.
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Students may take advantage of many scholarships and tuition assistance programs available through our Financial Aid process or from outside organizations. The School will match a portion of any outside assistance received by the student from their church or ministry.
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1. "Per credit hour" refers to the price for one credit hour, a unit of academic credit measured in semester hours. Usually it represents an hour (or nearly an hour) of instruction given over a specific period (usually one week) in a semester system. Each course has a specific credit hour value (between 0 and 6). The cost to register for a course is determined by multiplying the per credit hour cost by the number of credits associated with the course, plus minimal student fees (mostly associated with semester or yearly costs of attending the University). Successful completion of a course earns the student the credit hours associated with that course. Credit hours are applied toward the total number of hours needed for completing the credit hour requirements of a degree or certificate.