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Graduate Tuition

For the 2017-2018 academic year the tuition and fees are:

GRADUATE PROGRAM TUITION (PER CREDIT HOUR)
Accounting (MS) $815/credit
Applied Behavior Analysis (MS) $675/credit
Applied Data Science (MS) $815/credit
Applied Laboratory Science & Operations (MS) $825/credit
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS/EdS) $815/credit
Communications (MS) $815/credit
Communications & Information Management (MS) $815/credit
Creative Nonfiction Writing (MFA) $730/credit
Curriculum & Instruction (MSEd/EdS) $505/credit
Cybersecurity Management (MS) $815/credit
Developmental Psychology (MS) $815/credit
English as a Second Language (MSEd) $505/credit
Entrepreneurial Thinking & Innovative Practices (MBA) $815/credit
Genetic Counseling (MS) $1045/credit
Higher Education Administration (MS) $760/credit
Information Management (MS) $815/credit
Leadership & Negotiation (MS) $785/credit
Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy (MS) $675/credit
Occupational Therapy (M) $935/credit
Occupational Therapy Bridge (M)

$640/credit Track 1 Returning Cohort 
$800/credit Track 1 New January 2018 Cohort
$935/credit Track 2

Special Education (MSEd/EdS) $505/credit
Special Education Administrator (MSEd/EdS) $675/credit
Strategic Fundraising & Philanthropy (MS) $675/credit
Physician Assistant Studies (MS)

$105,225 tuition and fees
for 24 month program or $15,800/trimester

Please Note: Tuition and fees for the PA program are estimated for the 24 months as tuition is subject to change for 2018-2019.

PA Students can expect to spend upward of $1,500 for textbooks and educational resources throughout the program.

PA Students are also required to purchase an equipment kit which will be used in the instruction of history and physical examination techniques. The cost of the equipment kit is approximately $1,000. Some students may elect to purchase additional equipment in the clinical phase of the program. All costs are the responsibility of the student.

Indirect Costs are defined as expenses you will incur that are not billed by the University. These charges include books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses. The cost to students will vary depending upon the number of courses taken during the semester and the student’s program of study.

The Trustees of Bay Path University reserve the right to change tuition and fee rates and to make additional charges within the University whenever such action is deemed necessary.