Cost of Attendance
Arkansas Colleges of Health Education provides postgraduate and doctoral programs across various fields, offering quality education to students.
They must plan for several other expenses that accompany the cost of attendance such as lodging, dining, textbooks, supplies, and the cost of living, among others.
As for the net cost for attending ACHE, the actual amount depends on the annual family income of the candidate. The net price is nothing but the actual amount that a student is required to pay in a year. Generally, the higher the family income of the candidate, the higher is the net amount to be paid.
As for the students looking to enroll in postgraduate programs at ACHE, the tuition and fees they are charged add up to $32,500 per year. This includes $30,000 for the graduate tuition as well as an amount of $2,500 for the graduation fees.
The graduate and undergraduate courses have a varying cost per credit hour – which is the total program cost divided by the total number of credit hours of the program – that the student has to pay to attend ACHE. As per the 2019-2020 fee structure, the cost per credit hour for students enrolling in postgraduate courses is $541. Currently, online courses are offered by Arkansas Colleges of Health Education only in a single major to students.
Lodging facilities have been made available by ACHE for the students who choose to stay on-campus. However, details of the charges for the same are not currently available.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
The total projected cost for students pursuing bachelor's degree programs at Arkansas Colleges of Health Education, along with living expenses, varies depending on several factors, including the program selected by the candidate. Further, the cost generally increases by a few percentage points every couple of years.
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