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Graduate - Graduate Tuition and Costs

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Management, M.S.

  • Tuition for the coursework is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition and fees is approximately $13,914.

Special Education, M.A.E.

  • 2014-15 tuition for the coursework and research component is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition is approximately $13,914. Tuition credit may be available for supervision of student teachers and field experience students.

ESL, M.A.E.

  • Tuition for the coursework and research component is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition is approximately $13,078. Tuition credit may be available for supervision of student teachers and field experience students.

Reading M.A.E.

  • Tuition for the coursework and research component is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition is approximately $14,630. Tuition credit may be available for supervision of student teachers and field experience students.

Coaching, M.A.E.

  • Tuition for the coursework and research component is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition is approximately $13,794. 

Literacy, M.A.E.

  • Tuition for the coursework and research component is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition is approximately $12,540.

Curriculum and Instruction, M.A.E.

  • Tuition for the coursework and research component is $418 per credit hour. The total cost for tuition is approximately $12,540.

Teaching, M.A.

  • 2013-14 tuition for coursework and student teaching is $418 per credit hour. The total costs for tuition range from $17,974-$18,392.

 

Greenville College offers its graduate programs at competitive rates. Rates and fees differ for each program and are subject to change. For information about payment plans, how to make payments, etc, visit the How to Pay page.

Disbursements

Financial Aid can only be disbursed while a student is attending classes - no aid can be disbursed after coursework is completed. To receive aid prior to July 1, 2015, a 2014-2015 FAFSA must be used. All aid received for Fall/Spring/Summer terms must not exceed the yearly maximum award.

Aid can be disbursed from the 2014-2015 FAFSA only after July 1, 2014 and will be subtracted from the 2014-15 yearly totals. However, the aid must be disbursed prior to the end of that enrollment period. (Consider the July 4th holiday break delay if considering this option.)

*Summer aid will be based on a shortened calendar year budget.