Graduate Programs Tuition

The Value of a NC Wesleyan University Education

At North Carolina Wesleyan University, the tuition value for graduate students encompasses a blend of academic quality, personalized attention, and affordability. Tuition rates are designed to provide students with access to rigorous programs that prepare them for career success.

The university’s tuition includes not only the cost of courses but also the value of resources such as faculty expertise, small class sizes, and dedicated support services. Graduate students benefit from engaging with experienced professors who are committed to their academic and professional growth.

NC Wesleyan University strives to make graduate education accessible by offering competitive tuition rates and financial aid options. The university understands the importance of providing value beyond the classroom, including networking opportunities, internships, and career development support.

NCWU Offers Very Reasonable Tuition for Graduate Degrees

NC Wesleyan’s graduate tuition rates are extremely competitive compared to other graduate schools in the U.S. and our MBA program is Named by Forbes as One of the 10 Best Online MBA Programs of 2023!

2024-2025 Cost of Attendance for Graduate Programs

Costs Per Credit Hour Approximate Total Program Tuition*
Master of  Business Administration (MBA) $545 $17,440 – $17,985
Master of Public Health (MPH) $550 $23,200 – $24,000
Master of Science in Strategic Leadership (MSSL) $545 $16,350 – $16,750
Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) $535 $17,120 – $17,655

*Does not include $50 Technology Fee (per term)

How Our Graduate Programs Measure Up!

MBA cost comparison
MSCJ cost comparison
MSSL cost comparison
MPH cost comparison

Considered the Most Affordable Private Institution in NC

According to a Student Loan Hero by Lendingtree article:
“The Most Expensive and Least Expensive Colleges in Each State to Get a Bachelor’s Degree”

According to a News & Observer article:
“Which NC colleges cost the least? What NYT rankings say about sticker vs. net prices”

100% of Students are Eligible to Receive Financial Aid

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