Master’s Programs – project-based

Project-based MBA Healthcare

2016 2017
Tuition
Standard rate $3,500/16-week period $3,500/16-week period
Total standard tuition $14,000 (based on completing the program in four 16-week periods) $14,000 (based on completing the program in four 16-week periods)
Military rate $3,300/16-week period $3,300/16-week period
Alumni rate $3,300/16-week period $3,300/16-week period
Total military & alumni tuition $13,200 (based on completing the program in four 16-week periods) $13,200 (based on completing the program in four 16-week periods)
Fees
Application fee $0 $0
Late course registration fee $50 $50
Program switch fee $150 $150
Graduation fee
(payable two weeks prior to graduation)
$125 $150
Graduation Ceremony Attendance Fee $125 $125
Transcript fee (for each transcript requested) $10 per request $10 per request
New student resource fee $175 $100
Resource fee: term students (Non-Title IV recipients) $140 per 16 week period $200 per 16 week period
Prior learning assessment fee (per course) Not available at this time Not available at this time
Other Costs
Books All digital resources needed for the program will be provided in MySentinel Resource Center MySRC (specifically designed for the project-based program) and are already covered by your tuition and the Resource Fee. This includes textbooks, videos, lectures, current articles, whitepapers, webinars, tutorials, job aids and demonstrations. Any books will be provided in electronic format and are part of the program’s tuition and resource fees. Students can utilize as many or as few of the resources as they need. Students are expected to base their projects on actual or virtual organizations; using their employers’ resources is acceptable within the program’s guidelines. All digital resources needed for the program will be provided in MySentinel Resource Center MySRC (specifically designed for the project-based program) and are already covered by your tuition and the Resource Fee. This includes textbooks, videos, lectures, current articles, whitepapers, webinars, tutorials, job aids and demonstrations. Any books will be provided in electronic format and are part of the program’s tuition and resource fees. Students can utilize as many or as few of the resources as they need. Students are expected to base their projects on actual or virtual organizations; using their employers’ resources is acceptable within the program’s guidelines.