Please note that all application fees and deposits are non-refundable. The Board of Trustees meets in January of each year to set the tuition and fees for the next academic year.
Tuition is due and payable upon receipt of your bill. A student experiencing financial difficulty may make special arrangements with the Bursar. Under this plan, students are charged 1 percent interest per month on the unpaid balance.
For information on program specific costs and statistics, please click on the individual program below.
The following schedule of tuition per credit is effective at the start of the summer semester 2015. The School reserves the right to add or change without prior written notice any of the fees or charges listed below at any time.
|Program||Annual Tuition||Annual Student Services Fee|
|MA in Organizational Psychology (Blended) * (Cost & statistics PDF)||$33,000||$800|
|MA in Organizational Psychology (Online) (Cost & statistics PDF)||$26,000||$800|
|Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching||$12,000||$400|
|Certificate in Health Coaching ($975/course)||$4,875|
|Certificate in Child and Family Forensics ($1,100/course)||$5,500|
*Scholarship Aid is available
In order to secure a place in the program, applicants who accept the offer of admission must submit the required acceptance deposit of $1,000. This non-refundable deposit will be applied to the first semester’s tuition. The remaining tuition and fees are due and payable on or before the scheduled payment date at the start of each semester.
Summer semester tuition is due in full on or before May 1; Fall semester tuition is due in full on or before August 1; Spring semester tuition is due in full on or before January 1. Students who fail to meet these payment deadlines are restricted from registering for the subsequent semester, attending classes, receiving transcripts or participating in the School’s program until all outstanding financial obligations to the School are met. Students must pay all outstanding balances at least two weeks prior to graduation date. Failure to do so will prevent participation in commencement, conferral of degree, awarding of diploma and access to transcript(s).