Cost of Attendance
The university strives to provide good education at decent prices. The tuition and fee for the students attending the university does not change based on the state you are coming from as the in-state and out-state students pay the same amount of tuition and fee.
For a student attending Baker University, the annual academic tuition & fees for an undergraduate in-state as well as out-state student is $29,830 and the tuition for a graduate in-state and out-state student is $10,188 while the fee for a graduate in-state and out-state student is $180.
Baker University provides different courses and programs at very affordable prices which is relfected in the total cost of attendance. Total cost of attendance, as the name suggest, is a way of giving the students an idea of the kind of expenses that they are looking to incur, each year, inclusive of everything related to attending the university that they might spend money on.
The total cost of attendance for an undergraduate student, be it an in-state or out-state comes out to be $44,410 and the total cost of attendance for a graduate student comes out to be $24,948.
Avg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000
$30,001 to $48,000
$48,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $110,000
The net price is decided based on the family income. Depending on the bracket under which the annual family income of a student falls, the net price may vary and the financial aid provided may either be less or more than the overall average costs incurred during the program.
Although, the average net price per program for a student at Baker University is $23,016.
So, for the annual family income ranging from $0-30,000 has a net price of $18,293 which is quite low as compared to the average net price per program. Similarly, net price for the annual income range from $30,001-48,000 is $20,258 which is slightly higher than the last range. There is absolutely no major difference in the annual income range from $48,001-75,000 and the last range where the average net price is $20,305. For the annual income range of $75,001-110,000 where the average net price jumps to $22,387. Whereas, there is a similar increase in the average net price per program for the annual income greater than $110,000 which comes out to be $24,187.
These values are being constantly updated from one academic year to another. Net price based on your financial capabilities can also be calculated using Baker University’s Net Price Calculator.
Stafford Loan Interest
Time to Pay off Student Loan
Example monthly payment
Total interest paid
Sum of Loan Payments
To have a realistic understanding of how much it will cost to study at Baker University
here is an example one can consider to estimate the payment amounts one will incur with a student loan.
Take a loan of $77,780
for example. This will result in a
payment to be made each year.
We can assume that the interest rate is
post any refinancing or consolidation activities with a
Then the total payment made towards the loan is
in addition to the principal amount, which constitutes the interest
payment made throughout the life of the loan.
Baker offers the highest return-on-investment out of universities in Kansas and is in the top 8% nationwide. The tuition and fees for an in-state student attending an UG program is $38,140 at an average for one year while it is the same for out-state students. The fees for an UG program which includes associate degrees and baccalaureate programs is comparatively much higher than the graduate programs.
The estimated annual tuition for the graduate program which includes various Master’s and the Doctorate programs offered by Baker University is $10,188. This is for a single student per academic year, irrespective of the student being an in-state or an out-state one while the fees for a graduate in-state or out-state student is $180. For more details on the fees structure of a specific program, please refer to the Baker University catalog.
Each and every program has a specified number of credits. So to explain cost per credit hour, it means that a three credit course will charge three times the credit hour fee. Almost $566 per credit hour is dedicated to undergraduate education courses while fees are $117 per credit hour for graduate courses.
Baker University offers both on-campus and off-campus housing. It can be quite a task to find off-campus housing, however, it might be the option some students are looking for as it is a bit cheaper. Campus expenses include room and board as well as some miscellaneous expenses. In case of any student attending Baker University, the room and board expenses for an on-campus student is $8,310 and for an off-campus student, these expenses amount to $8,180.
When it comes to books and supplies, the prices easily touch $1,200 while the other miscellaneous expenses amount to around $5,070 for all students.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Baker University offers 33 online programs
Associate of Arts
Associate of Arts in Business
Total Cost : $ 20160
Cost per credit: $ 320
Total Credits: 63
Master of Business Administration
Total Cost : $ 26130
Cost per credit: $ 670
Total Credits: 39
Master of Business Administration - Human Resources
Total Cost : $ 18720
Cost per credit: $ 480
Master of Science
Master of Science in Sports Management
Total Cost : $ 19980
Cost per credit: $ 555
Total Credits: 36
Master of Business Administration - Finance
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Administration - Management
Total Cost : $ 22050
Cost per credit: $ 525
Total Credits: 42
Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
Total Cost : $ 21645
Bachelor of Business Administration - Healthcare Administration
Total Cost : $ 13440
Master of Business Administration - Healthcare Administration
Bachelor of Business Administration - Leadership
Bachelor of Business Administration - Finance
Bachelor of Business Administration - Human Resources
Bachelor of Business Administration - Strategic Business Communication
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership - Finance
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership - Healthcare Administration
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership - Human Resources
Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Graduate Certificate in Business - Healthcare Administration
Total Credits: 12
Graduate Certificate in Business - Finance
Graduate Certificate in Business - Human Resources
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Total Cost : $ 16380
Cost per credit: $ 390
Master of Arts in Education
Total Cost : $ 13500
Cost per credit: $ 375
Master of Arts in Education - Instructional Technology
Master of Arts in Education - Curriculum and Instruction
Doctor of Education
Doctor of Education in Instructional Design and Performance Technology
Total Cost : $ 36993
Cost per credit: $ 627
Total Credits: 59
Master of Arts in Education - Student Diversity
Master of Arts in Education - Teacher of Distinction
Master of Science in Nursing - Nursing Education
Cost per credit: $ 400
Transferable Credits: 6
Master of Science in Nursing - Nursing Administration
Master of Liberal Arts
Total Cost : $ 15480
Cost per credit: $ 430
Master of Liberal Arts - Creative Arts
Master of Liberal Arts - Natural and Social Sciences
Master of Liberal Arts - Gender Studies
Master of Liberal Arts - Management and Leadership
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