Cost of Attendance
Marshall University is currently composed of nine undergraduate colleges, University College, three graduate colleges. Popular majors from MU include Nursing, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Psychology.
The university focuses on providing affordable education and helps students achieve their goals with no burden.
Fees differ by the institution and may fund library services, student gym facilities, student centers, technology resources, and campus health centers. The net price is the average cost of the university after aid and scholarship funds are discounted from the total cost.
When choosing a college, the student must have an exhaustive knowledge about the cost that will be incurred to get a degree. For those attending this University, here is the breakdown of the total cost one can expect:
As shown in the above table, the total cost of attendance for in-state and out-state is $21,969 and $32,455 respectively. The cost of tuition and fees for in-state and out-state is $8,128 and $18,614 respectively.
Additionally, an applicant has to consider paying for room & board and books & supplies amounting to $1,100 and $10,454 respectively.
Avg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000
$30,001 to $48,000
$48,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $110,000
Net price refers to the total cost when factors such as financial aids, grants, and so on are taken into account.
The average net price to attend MU is $8,850. Net price is an indicator of what it actually costs to attend Marshall University when typical grants and scholarships are considered. The family income is taken into consideration as it is an important subject to take into consideration.
The net price varies by family income and financial need. Given below is the net price paid based on the family income,
From the above table, the net price paid by the family income from $0 to $30,000 is $6,026 which is the least amount and the net price paid for a family income over $30,001 to $48,000 is $7,798. The same for a candidate with a family income of over $110,000 has to pay $14,116. This difference in price is made in order to facilitate the students belonging to low-income families completing their degrees with ease.
The undergraduate tuition and fee for in-state and out-state are $8,128 and $18,614 respectively. Meanwhile, the UG room and board cost for both in-state and out-state candidates is $10,454.
For students who are looking for graduate programs at this university, here is the breakdown of the tuition and fees.
The graduate tuition for in-state tuition costs around $7,310 and is it $19,228 for a out-state candidates. The graduation fees for both in-state and out-state stands at $1,122.
MU cost per credit hour for undergraduate is $339 and the graduate cost per credit hour is $469. These costs ought to be utilized for correlation purposes with regard to the amount it might cost to take a class at the university.
Rooms as we know are also a part for which students need to pay a handsome amount. Choosing between an on-campus or off-campus room and board depends on the convenience of the student.
The table above shows the cost of room and board for both off-campus and on-campus is different i.e $9,470 and $10,454 respectively. The cost of other expenses for off-campus and on-campus is $3,087 and $2,287.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Marshall University offers 35 online programs
As per official data, the current projected cost for a four-year bachelor's degree, along with the living expenses, at the university is estimated to be around $140,327. In comparison, the total expenses for undergraduate students stood at $8,508 for 2018-2019, $8,850 for 2017-2018, and $9,057 for 2016-2017.
Master of Business Administration
Total Credits: 36
Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Leadership Studies - Educational Leadership
Master of Arts in Leadership Studies -Justice Leadership
Master of Arts in Leadership Studies - Leadership Specialist
Master of Science
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Total Credits: 30
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Nursing - (RN to BSN)
Master of Science in Nursing Education
Bachelor of Science in Geography
Total Credits: 120
Transferable Credits: 72
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Geography
Graduate Certificate in Education
Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as Second Language
Master of Arts in School Counseling
Total Credits: 60
Master of Arts in Education - Early Childhood Education
Doctor of Education
Doctorate of Education in Leadership studies
Total Credits: 45
Master of Arts in Education - Elementary Maths Specialist
Master of Arts in Education - Individualized Plan of Study
Master of Arts in Education - Instructional Process and Strategies
Master of Arts in Education - Instructional Technology and Learning
Master of Arts in Education - Math through Algebra 1
Master of Arts in Education - School Library Media Specialist
Total Credits: 21
Master of Arts in Education - English as a Second language
Total Credits: 75
Master of Arts in Mathematics - Statistics
Master of Science in Adult and Continuing education - Career and Technical Centre Teaching
Master of Science in Adult and Continuing Education - Adult Education and Evaluation
Graduate Certificate in Elementary Mathematics Specialist
Graduate Certificate in Literacy Education
Total Credits: 18
Graduate Certificate in Early Childhood Education
Graduate Certificate in Math through Algebra 1
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology and Learning
Graduate Certificate in School Principalship
Master of Arts in Counseling - Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science
Undergraduate Certificate in Health Science
Undergraduate Certificate in Public Health
Graduate Certificate in Health Science
Graduate Certificate in distance dietetics internship
Master of Arts in Journalism - New Media Studies
Graduate Certificate in Information Systems
Graduate Certificate in School Library Media Specialist
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