Cost of Attendance
Erikson Institute offers 4 online programs across 2 Majors. The tuition varies for each program on a yearly basis. For the academic year 2019-2020, the average graduate student tuition was estimated at $21,800. Meanwhile, the cost of books and supplies came up to $600.
Other fees charged by Erikson include one-time non-refundable matriculation fees for M.S/Ph.D. programs, certificate programs, late registration fees, tuition payment plan fees, and so on.
Some of the popular online programs are given below.
Graduate Certificate in Bilingual/English as a Second Language.
Master of Science in Early Childhood Education.
Master of Science in Early Childhood Education - Bilingual/ESL.
Certificate in Infant Specialist Program.
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.
The net cost of attending Erikson Institute – the actual amount that students and their families are required to pay in a given year – varies depending on the candidate's annual family income. Usually, the individuals who have a higher family income will be required to pay a higher net amount, too.
Moving on to the tuition and fees charged for students who wish to join postgraduate programs offered at EI, the amount stands at $22,400 per year. Of this amount, $21,800 accounts for the graduate tuition and the remaining $600 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 EI. As per the university's 2019-2020 fee structure, the cost per credit hour for postgraduate courses sits at $373. Also, Erikson Institute currently offers a number of online courses to students across 3 different majors.
It is essential to note that students cannot reside on-campus at Erikson Institute since the varsity does not offer lodging facilities to its students at present.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Erikson Institute offers 5 online programs
The total projected cost for students pursuing bachelor's degree programs at Erikson Institute, 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.
Master of Science
Master of Science in Early Childhood Education
Total Cost : $ 39140
Cost per credit: $ 1030
Total Credits: 38
Transferable Credits: 18
Master of Science in Early Childhood Education - Bilingual/ESL
Graduate Certificate in Education
Graduate Certificate in Bilingual/English as a Second Language
Total Cost : $ 18540
Total Credits: 18
Certificate in Psychology
Certificate in Infant Specialist Program
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