As you know, costs and billing processes are different for semester-based web, and non-semester based on demand courses. The per credit hour rate is listed on the Bursar's Office website, but did you know that other factors also impact the amount a student will pay, including the combination of course types in which they enroll? We included additional information below. You can also download our tuition cheat sheet, as a quick reference tool.
Examples of Different Scenarios:
Part-time students (both graduate and undergraduate) enrolling in a combination of delivery modes are charged the per credit hour rate for each course, based on course type.
Face-to-face Courses: The applicable in-state/out-of-state per credit hour rate is charged.
The billing process for semester-based web, and face-to-face courses is the same. Students registering for On Demand courses must pay at the time of registration or be approved to take the course through financial aid, CTAM, or other third party (employer, faculty/staff waiver, etc).