At Grand Canyon University, we offer a variety of degree programs for students interested in pursuing their degree online. If you are curious about this learning environment and the associated tuition rates, we can help you answer, “How much do online degrees cost at GCU?”
Are you interested in pursuing an online undergraduate degree from Grand Canyon University? In spring 2016, costs ranged from $355 to $470 per credit, depending on your major. Additionally, you may qualify for a scholarship off tuition if you are currently serving our country in the military.
For students looking to advance their education by pursuing an online graduate degree, Grand Canyon University offers a wide selection of degree programs with a price range of $330 to $610 per credit in spring 2016. Speak with your enrollment representative to see if you qualify for any scholarships off tuition.
Continuing Education for Teachers
If you are a current teacher wanting to further your knowledge and qualifications, Grand Canyon University offers significantly reduced rates for online continuing education classes. These classes offer an affordable and convenient way to learn new concepts; earn graduate credits for licensure, certification or endorsements; fulfill prerequisites; or simply advance your education.
Dual High School Enrollment
At GCU, you are provided with the unique opportunity to choose from a wide range of online dual enrollment courses while you simultaneously attend high school courses. When you dual enroll at GCU, you are provided with advanced coursework and an understanding of the academic and behavioral expectations of college. In addition, our prices are competitive, with online classes costing $52.50 per credit, with an $85 eBook fee per class, in spring 2016.
Interested in learning more about earning an online education at GCU? Visit our website or contact us today using the Request More Information button at the top of the page to learn about the benefits of earning an online degree at Grand Canyon University!
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