Cost of Attendance
Although the looks and feels of Texas Woman’s University reassemble that of a private college, the very fact of it being a non-profit public institution makes it highly affordable for the students.
In fact, TWU is one of the most affordable public universities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
When compared to the 4-year undergraduate program fee in other universities, Texas Woman’s University has the record of saving more than $20,000 per candidate. I
ts high acceptance rate and low tuition fees were designed intentionally so as to popularize the concept of liberal arts and encourage female students especially to upgrade themselves with a life skill and contribute their part in the Global economy.
The difference between in-state and out of state tuition fees is around 49.1% which is moderately less as compared with the fee difference in other universities in Texas.
The annual total cost of attending Texas Woman’s University for a resident student is $20,272. According to Forbes 2019 college reviews, TWU bagged the title of “Most Affordable Woman’s University in the States”. For out of state students, the cost is the same except for the tuition fee. An out of state needs to pay $30,232 as an annual fee. On breaking down the cost as per amenities provided by the college we get:
The tuition & fee for in state/resident students is $7,796 and that for an out of state/international student is $17,756.
The Books and Supplies for both in state and out of state students are the same that is $1,050.
Room and Board cost sums up to $8,400 for both types of candidates.
Other expenses which encompass, student welfare, extra-curriculum, and other charitable fees sum up to $3,006.
TWU also provides Fee Rebate for brilliant and consistent performers.
The students who successfully complete their first undergraduate degree within 4 years with not more than 3 attempted credit hours in excess of their degree requirements, may qualify for TWU’s Tuition Rebate plan.
The plan offers a lump-sum rebate of up to $1,000. The amount of the rebate is based on the amount of tuition paid and cannot exceed $1,000.
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 amount which one actually needs to pay after TWU has granted financial aid. The financial aid is subjected to changes. Looking at one’s family income record, financial aid is provided by the university. The average reported annual net price for TWU for candidates receiving grants or scholarship aid was $9,129 last year. Net price includes tuition and required fees, books and supplies, and the average cost for room and board and other expenses. The possible amount payable by the students as per the income profile is demonstrated below:
For income range $0 to $30,000, the average net price is $6,535.
For $30,001 to $48,000, the net price payable becomes around $7,354.
Income ranges from $48,001 to $75,000, the payable amount becomes $10,162.
For more than $75,001 to $110,000, the average net price is $14,411.
For income more than the above range, the payable net price would be $16,129.
Out of every 10 students undergoing undergraduate programs under the umbrella of TWU, 8 of them land into the corporate field with efficient life skills. This makes Texas Woman’s University(TWU) undergraduate programs famous. Let's look at the tuition fee for an undergraduate program:
Tuition & fee for an in-state student is $7,796 and that of an out of state student is $17,756.
The cost summed up for books and supplies for both a resident and non-resident student $8,420.
According to US News College Rankings, Texas Woman’s University ranks 5th for “ Best Masters in Nursing Program”. Apart from this, the university is also famous for its doctorate programs in various advanced research fields. Moreover, the University is globally recognized as military, veteran, and mother-friendly.
Tuition cost for an in-state student pursuing a graduate program is $4,852 and that for a non-resident student is $12,322.
The average fee for both in-state and out of state students is the same, which is $2,484.
For more information about the graduate programs offered by Texas Woman’s University, refer to the University’s official page.
The approximate cost for a class at Texas Woman's University is based on published credit hour prices. However, it is noteworthy that not all schools allow single class enrollment. These prices should be used for comparison purposes as to how much it may cost to take a class at Texas Woman's University versus other colleges.
For Texas undergraduate, cost per credit hour is $270, which sums up to $880 for 4 credit hours.
Similarly for graduate students, cost per credit hour is $220 and for 4 credit hours, it is around $840.
As far as the housing and related charges at TWU are concerned, these expenses vary depending on whether the candidate chooses to live on-campus or off-campus. Students have to pay $12,056 per year for on-campus housing and $10,701 a year for off-campus lodging facilities. Besides, on-campus candidates will have to pay about $9,050 toward room and boarding charges. On the other hand, off-campus students will be required to pay an amount of $6,993. Coming to the books and supplies charges, the students will be required to pay an amount of $1,050. The other expenses that students should plan for come to around $3,006 for on-campus candidates and $3,708 for the candidates who live off-campus.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Texas Woman's University (TWU) offers 22 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 $127,902. For undergraduate students, the total expenses added up to $9,830 in 2018-2019, $9,324 in 2017-2018, and $9,129 in 2016-2017.
Master of Science
Master of Science in Nursing
Total Credits: 128
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Nursing for the Registered Nurse
Total Credits: 129
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Total Credits: 49
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science
Total Credits: 60
Master of Science in Nursing Health Systems Management
Total Credits: 45
Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Teaching
Total Credits: 37
Master of Education
Master of Education in Early Childhood Education
Total Credits: 67
Master of Arts in Reading Education
Total Credits: 39
Master of Education in Special Education
Total Credits: 72
Master of Science in Child Development
Total Credits: 108
Master of Science in Education of the Deaf
Total Credits: 30
Master of Science in Family Studies
Total Credits: 121
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration - Management
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management
Total Credits: 120
Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing
Master of Business Administration - Business Analytics
Total Credits: 48
Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration
Total Credits: 46
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Business
Master of Business Administration - Human Resources Management
Bachelor of Science in Sociology
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Master of Business Administration - Accounting
Total Credits: 36
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Master of Science in Nutrition
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
Master of Healthcare Administration
Bachelor of Science in Health Studies
Bachelor of Applied Science
Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Studies
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Health Sciences
Master of Science in Health Studies
Total Credits: 42
Master of Science in Kinesiology
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Total Credits: 33
Doctor of Philosophy in Occupational Therapy
Total Credits: 90
Master of Science in Informatics
Bachelor of General Studies
Master of Science in Child Life
Master of Library Science
Master of Arts in Library Science
Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene
Master of Arts in Theatre
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