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College of Adult & Professional Studies Tuition Frozen for 2018-19

For the 2017-18 academic year, Bethel University’s College of Adult & Professional Studies (CAPS) simplified costs for students, lowering the cost per credit and eliminating most fees. For the 2018-19 academic year, those costs will remain the same.

“We continue to look for ways to make high-quality academic programs affordable and accessible to our adult undergraduate students, “ says Randy Bergen, associate provost for the College of Adult & Professional Studies, Bethel Seminary, and Graduate School.

All programs will remain the same at $430 per credit except for nursing. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing will decrease by $65 per credit to $430 per credit, effective fall semester. For a complete list of programs and costs, visit the College of Adult & Professional Studies financial aid website.

In the Graduate School, some programs will see a small increase in tuition for the 2018-19 academic year while others will remain the same. For a complete list of programs and costs, visit the Graduate School financial aid website.

Master’s programs at Bethel Seminary will increase by $10 per credit hour for the 2018-19 academic year. The self-directed Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) program will increase by $16 per credit hour, but the cohort-based D.Min. will remain the same. For a complete list of programs and costs, visit the Bethel Seminary financial aid website.

“We understand that flexibility and accessibility are important in graduate school work and we continue to improve our efforts in these areas,” says Bergen. “In the past year, we have made changes to academic programs in the Graduate School to allow students to start a program at a time that is convenient for them and now offer five Bethel Seminary programs entirely online.

“But affordability matters as well,” adds Bergen. “We will continue to offer high-quality graduate and seminary programs at reasonable and affordable costs.”

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