Cost of Attendance
Middle State Tennessee University makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. The university is accredited by the accrediting agency, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). This officially marks them to offer baccalaureate, master’s and doctorate degree programs to interested candidates. The tuition and fees for an undergraduate student amounts to $8,858 at an average per academic year, while a graduate student will incur tuition and fee costs of around $8,496. Moreover, the average tuition and fees for a student at Middle State Tennessee University amounts to $7,032. For more details on tuition and fees, refer to MTSU Tuitions.
Considering the students’ scholastic performance, they are granted specific scholarships, work study and grants according to their merit and the programs they opt for under the University. However, the cost of attendance does not include them. On an average, the total cost of attendance for a student attending Middle Tennessee State University amounts to a sum of $22,964 for an in-state student whereas a student belonging to the out-state category might have to pay an estimated sum of $41,204.
Avg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000
$30,001 to $48,000
$48,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $110,000
The average net price for a student at Middle Tennessee University is calculated according to the annual family income of the student.
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. However, the average net price per program for a student at Meridian community college is $12,294.
Annual family income extending from $0 - 30,000 has a net cost of $9,136, which is low when compared with the average net price per program. The net price for the annual income run from $30,001 - 48,000 is $10,869. A significant contrast is seen in the annual income falling between $48,001 - 75,000, where the net price hops to $15,382 as well as for the annual incomes between $75,001 - 110,000, where the average net price reaches $16,927. A slight increment in the average net price is present for annual incomes of more than $110,000; about $17,208.
Net prices according to your family’s personal annual income can be estimated using the university's net price calculator.
Concerning undergraduate programs, the tuition and fees in Middle Tennessee State University can go up to a sum of $8,858 for in-state students and for out-state category students, the tuition and fees comes up to around $27,098, which is significantly higher. Boarding costs are also involved, with the total for each of them amounting to $17,556 and $35,796, respectively.
The estimated annual tuition for the graduate program which includes various Master’s and the Doctorate programs offered by Baker University is US$8,496 for in-state students while it is $23,508 for out-state students; both of which are for a single student per academic year. The fee amount is $1,368 and remains the same for both students. For more details on the fees structure of a specific program, please refer to MTSU Tuitions.
Each and every program has a specified number of credits. On an average, Middle Tennessee State University’s cost-per-credit hour for undergraduate programs is $293 and for the graduate programs, it is $472.
Middle Tennessee State University offers both on-campus and off-campus housing. Campus expenses include room and board as well as some miscellaneous expenses. Students attending MTSU will incur books and supplies cost $1,260. Boarding expenses amount to $8,698 and miscellaneous expenses amount to $4,148. These costs remain the same for both on-campus and off-campus students.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) offers 29 online programs
A four-year undergraduate course as well as living expenses at MTSU are projected to cost around $165,316 as per official data. To note, the total expenses for undergraduate students stood at $11,964 for 2018-2019, $12,294 for 2017-2018, and $11,916 for 2016-2017.
Master of Business Administration
Total Cost : $ 24804
Cost per credit: $ 689
Total Credits: 36
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Administration - Management
Total Cost : $ 51360
Cost per credit: $ 428
Total Credits: 120
Master of Professional Studies
Total Cost : $ 22737
Total Credits: 33
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Organizational Communication
Master of Professional Studies - Strategic Leadership
Master of Professional Studies - Training and Development
Bachelor of Business Administration - Marketing
Bachelor of Science in Business Education (Teaching Option)
Bachelor of Science in Business Education (Non-Teaching Option)
Master of Business Education
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Master of Criminal Justice
Master of Science
Master of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Master of Social Work
Total Cost : $ 41340
Total Credits: 60
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - Organizational Leadership
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - Health Administration
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - International Organizational Leadership
Master of Professional Studies - Human Resources Leadership
Master of Library Science
Total Cost : $ 25128
Cost per credit: $ 698
Master of Education
Master of Education - Curriculum and instruction
Total Cost : $ 23034
Master of Education in English as a Second Language
Master of Education in Curriculum and instruction - Elementary School Education
Specialist of Education
Education Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction
Master of Science in Aeronautical Science
Master of Science in Aeronautical Science - Aviation Management
Master of Science in Aeronautical Science - Aviation Education
Master of Science in Aeronautical Science - Aviation Safety and Security Management