Military Tuition and Fees

Bachelor’s programs Tuition per credit hour
Active-duty military $260
Non-active-duty military $290
Course-based Master’s programs Tuition per credit hour
Active-duty military $290
Non-active-duty military $330
Project-based Master’s programs Tuition per 16-week period
Active-duty and non-active-duty military $3,300
Doctor of Nursing Practice Tuition per credit hour
Active-duty military $660
Non-active-duty military $660
Infection Prevention and Control Certificate Tuition per credit hour
Active-duty military $290
Non-active-duty military $330
Military Fees Bachelor’s, Course-based Master’s, and IPC Certificate Programs Project-based Master’s Programs
Application fee $0 $0
Course extension fee $65 Not available for this program
Late course registration fee $50 $50
Program switch fee $150 $150
Prior learning assessment fee (per course) $300 – Not available for IPC Certificate Not available at this time
Test out fee (per test) $300 – Not available for IPC Certificate Not available at this time
Graduation fee Provided by military scholarship Provided by military scholarship
Graduation Ceremony Attendance fee $125 $125
Transcript fee (for each transcript requested) $10 per request $10 per request
New student resource fee $175 $175
Resource fee: semester students (Title IV recipients) $140 per 12 credit hours $140 per 16-week period
Resource fee: term students (Non-Title IV recipients) $140 per 12 credit hours $140 per 16-week period
Books New books cost approximately $150 per course. Students may purchase used books. Students are not required to purchased books and material directly from the university. Many courses use eBooks and discounts are available from several publishers. 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.

 

Military Fees Doctor of Nursing Practice
Application fee $0
Course extension fee $65
Late course registration fee $50
Program switch fee $150
Graduation fee Provided by military scholarship
Graduation Ceremony Attendance fee $125
Transcript fee (for each transcript requested) $10
DNP resource fee $300 twice during the program
DNP capstone fees Capstone Project II $1,200
Capstone Project III $1,200
DNP capstone continuation fee The purpose of this fee is to cover expenses for resources and faculty support when a student slows down or discontinues progress on his/her Capstone project. This $350 fee is assessed monthly when a student fails to meet the required perquisite deliverables for Capstone II or Capstone III.
Residency DNP students are required to attend two residencies. Estimated costs for meals and travel for on-site Residency I is $650. Estimate costs for software for virtual Residency II is $50-100.
Books An estimated cost of textbooks and other learning materials required for the program is $2,500. Students are not required to purchase books and materials directly from the university. Many courses use eBooks and discounts are available from several publishers.
Costs associated with background checks and malpractice insurance Students enrolling in the DNP program are required to establish a Certified Background account that collects, tracks and monitors the documentation required for the practice experiences you will complete during your nursing program. Fees vary by state, please contact Certified Background and your insurance company for actual costs. Contact www.certifiedbackground.com
Practicum Workroom A fee of $400 per 8-week term will be charged for students who need to enroll in one or more Practicum Workrooms to complete practice hours because they received transfer credit for one or more MSN courses that did not contain the required practice hours, or enrolled in the DNP Executive Leadership specialization and did not complete 400 practice hours during their master’s program. This allows students to earn the practice hours required to complete a MSN program (400 hours) or the DNP program (1,000 post baccalaureate hours). This fee is non-refundable once the 8 week term has commenced.

All credit hours are equivalent to semester units.

Auxiliary members receive same benefits as non-active military. All spouses receive same benefit as their military/ auxiliary member counterpart. Rates reflect tuition only in accordance with Change 3 to Department of Defense (DoD) Instruction 1322.25, “Voluntary Education Programs.”

American Sentinel reserves the right to change tuition and fees.

About the Tuition Assistance (TA) Program

The Armed Forces Tuition Assistance (TA) Program is a benefit paid to eligible members of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard for use toward tuition expenses. The funds are paid directly to the institution of higher education by the individual service. Each service has its own criteria for eligibility and its own application process.

Is TA a Loan?

No, the TA Program is not a loan program. It is money earned through military service.

What is the TA Benefit? How Much Can I Pay Toward My Education Expenses?

Again, the Tuition Assistance benefit varies per service program, but typically, active-duty military personnel can get 100 percent of their tuition and fees covered up to a certain amount per semester or quarter credit hour (capped at an annual amount). The TA benefit for Air Force personnel, for example, is 100 percent of tuition and fees, not to exceed $250 per semester credit hour or $166 per quarter credit hour and $4,500 per fiscal year.

How Do I Learn More About the TA Program?

General Tuition Assistance information is available at military.com.