Online and evening rates vary depending on the program of study. The typical range for all undergraduate programs is $395 to $470 per credit. Graduate classes range from $340 to $670 per credit, depending on the area of study. Doctoral programs are $650 per credit. A special rate is available for those in active duty and active reserve.
GCU's online and evening tuition rates are for students who are interested in pursuing an online degree program or taking evening classes. Speak with your university counselor to learn more about your opportunities for scholarships off tuition through GCU's educational alliances or to find out about options for continuing education for teachers.
|Education Programs||$440 per credit|
|Theology Programs||$395 per credit|
|Applied Business Analytics / Applied Business Information Systems/ Business Information Systems/
Computer Programming / Information Technology Programs
|$449 per credit|
|Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence||$470 per credit|
|Online and Professional Studies (all programs other than those listed above)||$470 per credit|
|Active Duty and Active Reserve (online and professional studies)||$250 per credit|
|Education Programs||$530 per credit|
|Master of Divinity||$340 per credit|
|IT Programs||$505 per credit|
|Business Programs (Excludes Business Analytics / Information Systems and Technology Management)||$575 per credit|
|Nursing Programs||$500 per credit|
|Advanced Practice Nursing Programs||$670 per credit|
|Business Analytics / Information Systems and Technology Management Programs||$505 per credit|
|Online and Professional Studies (all programs other than those listed above)||$515 per credit|
|Active Duty and Active Reserve (online and professional studies)||$400 per credit|
|Doctoral Programs (includes DIS-966 through DIS-970)||$650 per credit|
|Doctoral Programs – Active Duty and Active Reserve (online and professional studies)||$617.50 per credit|
|Continuing Education (CTE) Tuition||2018-19|
|Online||$150 per credit|
It is the policy of GCU to collect and remit sales, use, excise and/or gross receipts taxes in compliance with state and local taxing jurisdiction regulations, which require the university to remit tax where applicable. Regulations vary by student location. Payment of tax is ultimately the student's financial responsibility to the university regardless of financing arrangements. Per Hawaii requirements: It is hereby stated that students residing in the State of Hawaii will be charged Hawaii General Excise Tax on all transactions. Students living in the District of Oahu will be charged 4.712 percent. Students residing in other Hawaii districts will be charged 4.1666 percent.
*Fees subject to change.