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Cost of Attendance figures based on a 9 month enrollment period are provided below for Graduate level students. The figures provided in a Cost of Attendance are used solely for the purposes of determining financial aid eligibility. Cost of Attendance is NOT a reflection of your bill. Billing information is provided by Anderson Central. See Tuition and Fees for billable costs to attend AU.

2020-2021 Annual Cost of Attendance for Master’s Programs

Tuition (varies by program
between $360 and $680 per credit)
$4,320 - $8,160
Room and Board $10,432
Books and Supplies $1,200
Transportation $812 - $2,436
Personal $2,172
Fees $400 - $1,460
Loan Fees $58
Estimated Total Costs per Academic Year $19,394 - $25,918

2020-2021 Annual Cost of Attendance for Doctorate Programs

Tuition (varies by program
between $500 and $775 per credit)
$6,000 - $12,400
Room and Board $10,432
Books and Supplies $1,200
Transportation $812 - $3,248
Personal $2,172
Fees $400 - $1,460
Loan Fees $58
Estimated Total Costs per Academic Year $21,074 - $30,970

Important information about these estimated costs:

  • Tuition rates vary by program. Totals are based on full time enrollment (6 credit hours per semester) for two semesters. Some programs, like the Doctor of Physical Therapy program, may require students to enroll in more than 6 credit hours each semester.
  • Fees vary by program. For a list of billable fees, see Tuition and Fees.
  • The Room, Board, Books, Transportation, Personal, and Loan Fee figures are an estimate of what an average full-time graduate student will spend during the academic year over a nine month period. Students could spend more or less depending on their individual living situations and spending habits.
  • Transportation costs vary based on the program’s mode of delivery (i.e. online, seated, or both).
  • The estimated Loan Fees figure in Cost of Attendance is the average loan origination fee for borrowers of Unsubsidized Loans at Anderson University. Actual loan origination fees vary depending on the amount of loans a student borrows.