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Fall 2021 - Spring 2022 (2 semesters)
Residency:
All Residents
Student Level:
Undergraduate - Online Professional
Credit Hours:
30 hours total
How is Cost of Attendance Determined?

Program Tuition & Standard Fees Housing & Meals Educational Supplies Other/Personal Expenses Total
Business Management $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067
Business Technology $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067
Communication - Public Relations $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067
General Studies $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067
Marketing $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067
Psychology $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067
Nursing $8,970 $10,122 $400 $2,575 $22,067

Fall 2021 - Summer 2022 (3 semesters)
Residency:
All Residents
Student Level:
Graduate - Online Professional
Credit Hours:
27 hours total
How is Cost of Attendance Determined?

Program Tuition & Standard Fees Housing & Meals Books & Supplies Other/Personal Expenses Total
Education Specialist $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Master of Business Administration $10,800 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $31,346
Master of Science in Data Analytics $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Master of Science in Education* $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Master of Science in Geographic Information Science $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Master of Science in Health & Physical Education $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996
Master of Science in Recreation $9,450 $15,183 $1,500 $3,863 $29,996

How is Cost of Attendance Determined?

The above COAs are a reasonable estimate of the cost of attendance at Northwest. Each student’s COA can vary based on the type of student, residency of the student and their designated program.

  • Tuition & Standard Fees: Includes tuition (incidental and designated fees), primary textbook usage fee (undergraduates only) and technology fee charged per credit hour in which a student is enrolled.
  • Course Fees: Discipline-specific fees used to support additional costs of instruction or for supplies and materials. Calculated based on the number of credit hours for which you are enrolled.
  • Housing & Meals: Based on a standard meal plan and the average housing cost on campus. This cost is included in the budget regardless of whether the student lives on or off campus, but the actual cost will be determined by based on the student’s meal plan and housing arrangement.
  • Educational Supplies and Other/Personal Expenses: Non-billable expenses (not billed to students or paid to the University) but are included for planning purposes so that students have an idea of the type of additional financial resources they may need.