Tuition

Our graduates rave about their experience as UC MSN students. With a faculty comprised of expert, active nurses, you can be sure that you are learning the most advanced and well-tested skills. Having the ability to immediately apply your knowledge makes distance learning the perfect option for an MSN. And with several specialties to choose from, the ideal fit–and a satisfying career–has never been easier to achieve.

2014-2015 Tuition & Fees¹

TUITION OVERVIEW
Residency Part-Time Enrollment Full-Time Enrollment
Ohio Residents² $724/credit hour $7,797/term
Non-Ohio Residents³ $739/credit hour $7,947/term
TUITION BY SPECIALTY
Specialty Ohio Resident Non-Resident
Adult-Gero Primary Care Nurse Practitioner $31,856 $32,516
Family Nurse Practitioner $34,028 $34,733
Nurse-Midwifery $42,215 $43,055
Nursing Administration $29,517 $30,117
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner $35,306 $36,029

 

FEES§
Application Fee $65 (one-time)
Program Fee $563/semester
Bloodborne Pathogen Insurance* $37/year
Textbooks $500-700/semester

For information pertaining to UC’s refund policy please Click Here.

¹ Tuition and fees are subject to change.
² Tuition includes a General Fee, Distance Learning Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee, and Instructional Fee.
³ Tuition includes a General Fee, Distance Learning Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee, Instructional Fee, and a Non-Resident Surcharge.
§ Fees are estimates based on the 2014-2015 academic year.
* Bloodborne Pathogen Insurance is a flat fee charged once per academic year.

Tags:

Post A Question or Comment


× 2 = two

Learn More

Comments

  • DONNA SMITH said:

    Can any of the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner program be completed online?

    • Monica Green said:

      Hi Donna,
      Thank you for your inquiry. Our program is 100% online, however you will have an opportunity to interact with your peers and professors through our Blackboard system. This allows you to complete coursework at a time convenient for you within the syllabus. You will also have the unique ability to complete the clinical requirements in your community with a preceptor of your choosing. If you would like additional information about the Psychiatric NP specialty, please contact me at 866-225-6764 or info@nursingonline.uc.edu.
      Monica

  • Grcae Go said:

    I’m currently enrolled in an MSN program. I need to retake the Nursing Research class. Is there a chance I can take a master’s level research class in your university online course? Thank you.

    • Veronica Olivo said:

      Hi Grcae,
      Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we do not offer classes for non-degree seeking students. You must be fully enrolled in a distance learning program in order to register for classes. An Enrollment Advisor would be happy to help you with additional questions at 866-225-6764 or info@nursingonline.uc.edu.
      Veronica

  • Neisha Ramdat said:

    Hello, I was wondering if online classes are offered on a rolling basis or if they are structured by the semester.

    • Administrator said:

      Neisha, thank you for your interest. Our classes will be offered in a semester structure beginning in the fall of 2012, our next enrollment term. If you have additional questions, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764 or info@nursingonline.uc.edu.

  • Dwayne Rowland said:

    When the Psych NP program transitions to semesters, is it correct to expect all present quarter-system courses to be adjusted? If so, will same tuition per credit still apply for course? Thanks.

    • Administrator said:

      Hi Dwayne, thank you for your questions. The university is currently working on conversion protocol. As soon as this information is available we will post it on the website. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764 or info@nursingonline.uc.edu.

  • Yvette Simpson said:

    I understannd that it will be required by AANC 2014 to complete examination for a Family Psych NP as opposed to a Adult Psych Np. Are they phasing out the Adult Psych-NP. Job wise how will that affect Adult Psych-NP. I am specifically interested in working with the adults.

  • Theresa said:

    All questions are related to the BSN-FNP Online program:
    Are there any required campus visits throughout the program? How long is each quarter? What type of setting is the lab in?

    • Pamela Bush said:

      Hello, Theresa, these are great questions. Please call me at (866) 225-6764, and I can answer all your questions about the program.

  • Stephanie said:

    I have a question regarding tuition. Is the total cost for the Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program the $32,681 listed under tuition, or is that a yearly tuition cost? Thank you.

  • Is the GRE a requirement that somone has to take to be admitted to the FNP program?

  • Kelly Milward said:

    Hello,

    I am currently enrolled in an oline BSN program and should be finished in 1 year. At what point would I be able to apply for your online CNS/NE program?
    Thanks,
    Kelly Milward, RN-BC

  • Molly said:

    Hi, this is Molly and I have 2 questions regarding the WHNP program. First, I understand that the program is 100 % online, but is there an on-campus lab component for the advanced health assessment? Also, the program can be done part-time, is that correct? Thanks so much, I really appreciate this!

    Molly

    • Hello Molly, thanks for your interest. Yes, the program is completely online aside from the clinical component, which is to be done in your local area. You will also complete the health assessment course in your local area. The program is full time. For any additional questions or clarification, please reach out to your Enrollment Advisor, Lakeshia at (866) 225-6764.

  • Renee said:

    Hello…I will graduate in 6 wks with my MSN Education Track. Do you have a bridge to Adult NP?

    • Hello, Renee. We do not offer a bridge program. Since you will have your MSN in 6 weeks, you may want to look for a school that offers a post graduate certificate program.

  • Karla said:

    Are the costs listed for tuition per academic year or per semester?

    • Karla, the costs listed on our website reflect the current tuition rates for the complete programs. For additional questions regarding tuition please call our office at (866) 225-6764 for assistance.

  • Stephanie said:

    What is the difference between the women’s health nurse practioner and nurse midwife?

    • Stephanie this is a good question. A nurse midwife delivers babies and a women’s health practitioner deals with all women’s health medical issues. If you have any additional questions please contact us at (866) 225-6764 for further assistance.

  • Jamie said:

    My GPA is below 3.0. Should I take graduate level classes to become a better applicant? I have 3 years odf post partum experience, and I am a certified nurse as well.

    • LaKeshia said:

      Hi Jamie, thank you for your continued interest in our distance learning program! I’ve listed the minimum admission’s requirements for your review. You can also click here for a more in-depth description.
      • Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree conferred from a regionally and nursing (NLNAC or CCNE) accredited institution.
      • Completion of an undergraduate statistics course with a grade of “C” or better.
      • RN license with one year experience.
      Please feel free to contact our admission’s department at (866) 225-6764 for additional information!

  • Melissa Slayman said:

    I will be finished with my BSN by the end of April, 2012. When should I begin the application process? Also, what is the difference between the online program and the on-site (cost, tests, clinicals, etc) and if I begin on-site, would I be able to switch to online or vice versa (interested in the FNP)? Thank you in advance for your response!

    • Pamela Bush said:

      Hello Melissa, we are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2013 Semester for the distance learning FNP program. Here are a few helpful links to answer your questions:

      Distance Learning FNP Program

  • Kim B said:

    Do you offer a dual track for WHNP/Midwifery?

    • Hello Kim, we do not offer a dual track for WHNP and Nurse-Midwifery. We do, however, offer both programs individually. Please feel free to contact an Enrollment Advisor with additional questions at info@nursingonline.uc.edu.

  • Cassandra said:

    I see that your Psych NP program is on hold. Do you know when you will be accepting applications again? Is it going to a DNP program? Do you offer the Family Psych NP track? Are online classes given live at a specific time or are students able to access them as time allows? Thanks for any info! :)

    • Hi Cassandra, thank you for your interest in the Psych NP program. Yes, the program is on hold and we do not have a date in which it will be offered at this time. We will update the website as soon as it is. It will revised based on changing certifications with the American Nurses Credentialing Center. We do have additional course options available that are 100% online. allowing you to log-on at a time convenient for you within the syllabus and complete clinicals in your community. Feel free to call our admissions team at (866) 225-6764.

  • Jessica said:

    This may sound like a stupid question, but I am having trouble finding the online tuition fees. How much would it cost to get a masters in Psychiatric Nursing online?

    • Hi Jessica, thank you for your inquiry. The tuition for the Psychiatric program is not posted because the program is on hold due to changing certifications with the ANCC. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at (866) 225-6764.

  • Ashlea Raynor said:

    Is the Psychiatric Nurse Practioner program 100% online? Is a GRE requried? Can you accept students from NC and is the program accredited?

    Thanks,
    Ashlea

    • Ashlea, the Psych NP specialty is currently on hold due to changing certifications with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Please click here for information regarding our additional specialty offerings. The MSN program is 100% online, CCNE accredited, and we do not require the GRE for admission. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more information at (866) 225-6764.

  • Angela Fowler said:

    What is the difference between a term and a semester? I’m finding it confusion to understand the tuition/charges based on the wording used. Thanks.

    • Hi Angela, UC recently converted from 10 week quarters to 14 week semesters. All tuition rates posted are based on the semester system (also considered the term). Please feel free to contact an Enrollment Advisor with further questions at 866-225-6764. Thanks!

  • Crystal Manu said:

    Hello, I was wondering if there is a specific deadline date for application submission? Also is financial availible for out of state students.

    • Hi Crystal, thank you for your inquiry. The spring 2013 application deadline is October 1, 2012. Yes, financial aid is available for all eligible students. Please click here for more financial aid details. You can also contact an Enrollment Advisor with questions at 866-225-6764.

  • Sara said:

    Will the Pediatric NP program be offered on-line in the future?

    • Hi Sara, thank you for your inquiry. We do not have plans to offer a Pediatric NP program online at this time. Please click here for information regarding our on-campus Pediatric NP programs. If you would like additional information about our online MSN specialties, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764.

  • Heather said:

    I am interested in the MSN FNP program but need to be able to work full time while going back to school. Am I able to take the courses slowly on a part time basis, like maybe just one or two classes at a time? Thank you.

    • Hi Heather! Thank you for your inquiry and we do understand your concern. The online FNP program is part-time and consists of 2-3 classes per semester. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866.225.6764.

  • Tamelia McSwyne said:

    I am interested in both Women’s Health and Nurse Midwifery. Is there a way to incorporate both in one curriculum or must I obtain them separately?

    • Hi Tamelia, we offer the Women’s Health and Nurse-Midwifery specialty tracks individually. An Enrollment Advisor is available to discuss each option with you at 866-225-6764.

  • Susan said:

    Do you have to take your courses as your cirriculum shows( all 3 classes per semester) or can you take one class at a time?

    • Hi Susan, the program is meant to be two years; however, students have up to five years to complete the degree. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866-225-6764.

  • Corri said:

    Can I apply for student loans for distance learning?

    • Hi Corri, yes, our program is a part-time graduate program that is eligible for student loans. Please click here for financial aid information. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764 for more details.

  • Janel said:

    Hello. Do you accept Canadian applicants and if so, is there a discounted tuition rate. I live in Toronto, hold an Ontario nursing license and am currently enrolled in an MSN program online in Buffalo, NY (general studies) but would like to transfer to the FNP program.
    Thanks very much

    • Hi Janel, due to clinical regulations, only applicants with access to facilities in the 50 United States or U.S. military bases will be considered for admission. We also require a Unites States RN license. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866-225-6764.

  • Natalie said:

    Can you set up clinicals with a physician of your choice in the area you live?

  • Kim said:

    Do you arrange the clinical placements for WHNP students, or are they responsible for finding their own preceptors?

    • Kim, thank you for your inquiry. Students are responsible for finding their own preceptors and clinical sites. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866-225-6764.

  • stacie said:

    Is the adult acute care nurse practitioner program completely online?

    • Hi Stacie, the Adult Acute Care program is only offered on-campus. Please click here for more details. If you have additional questions, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at (866) 225-6764.

  • Michelle McLeod said:

    I am graduating in may with my BSN degree. I am interested in your Nurse Midwifery program. Do I have to have a year of experience before being admitted into this program?

    • Hi Michelle. For our MSN in Nurse Midwifery program, we do require at least 1 year of experience in labor & delivery, mother/baby, pediatrics, post-partum, or neonatal intensive care unit. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor with any additional questions at 866-225-6764.

  • Leslie Spooner said:

    I currently have two masters degrees in the nursing field: Child and Adolescent Health and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. I’m interested in broadening my job opportunities and am considering obtaining coursework to become a FNP. I’d like more information about the requirements. Thank you.

    • Hi Leslie. Our program is a master’s program. You might be looking for a post-master’s certificate. Please click here to view the on-campus options. If you are interested in obtaining another master’s, please contact an enrollment advisor at 866-225-6764.

  • cynthia said:

    the tuition listed by specialty, is that for the entire program or per semester? for example, what is the cost for the Nurse Midwifery program?

    • Hi Cynthia. The tuition listed is for the program. Additional fees are listed below the specialty specific information. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866-225-6764.

  • Tammi McCoy said:

    I am a PA, but interested in becoming a midwife can I be accepted into the program without a nursing degree? Thank you,Tammi

    • Tammi, thank you for your inquiry. The College of Nursing requires a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree conferred from a regionally and nursing (NLNAC or CCNE) accredited institution. An Enrollment Advisor is happy to assist you with any questions at 866-225-6764.

  • Ekaterina said:

    Hello. I was wondering if the Family NP program can be completed part time, or does it have to be full time? Thanks

    • Hi Ekaterina, please click here to view the FNP course descriptions and curriculum. The program can be completed in as few as two years. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866-225-6764. We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Lacy said:

    Is there a waiting list for your adult np program?

  • Sarah said:

    Is the tuition cost posted per year, or the cost of the entire program?

    • Sarah, thank you for your inquiry. Tuition listed in the “TUITION BY SPECIALTY” section includes a General Fee, Campus Life Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee, Instructional Fee, and Non-Resident Surcharge. The “FEE” section is in addition to tuition. The combination of these two costs cover the full program. Please note that this information is subject to change. For more information, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764.

  • Theresa said:

    I am a RN at UCMC. Are there any discounts given if I enroll the NP program?

    • Hi Theresa, we recommend contacting your HR department regarding any educational benefits. You may also contact an Enrollment Advisor for program details at 866-225-6764.

  • Christina said:

    I was wondering if you still offered the clinical nurse specialist/nurse educator duel masters program?

    • Hi Christina, thank you for your inquiry. This MSN program is solely focused on the Adult-Gero Clinical Nurse Specialist. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866-225-6764

Comments Feed