At a Glance
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Cost per unit
Tuition and Aid
Delivering high quality graduate programs takes a comprehensive support system. Your investment in an advanced degree includes those services and personnel that partner with you in pursuit of higher education. Below is a detailed breakdown of the fees associated with the benefits and services included in your degree program.
School of Nursing Fees
|Nursing Master's Degree, Credential, and Certificate Programs (per unit)||$627|
|Nursing, PhD, or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) (per unit)||$987|
|Audit (per unit)||half tuition|
|Clinical Fee (per course)||$200|
|Medtrax (monthly fee)||$7.50|
Additional courses may require additional fees. View a complete list of university fees.
All stated financial information is subject to change. Please consult with the Office of Graduate Student Financial Services located in the Graduate and Professional Center, (626) 815-4570, for most current and controlling information.
Several types of financial aid are available to graduate students who are U.S. citizens. The resources range from federal loans and state grants to, for some graduate programs, fellowships and scholarships. For details about financial aid available for your program, please contact the Office of Graduate Student Financial Services at (626) 815-4570.
Military members—and in some cases their spouses and dependents—qualify for financial assistance covering tuition, housing, and books. Azusa Pacific is a Yellow Ribbon University and a Servicemembers Opportunity College, so you can be confident that you’ll receive the benefits and flexibility you need to complete your education.
For more details on these scholarships and funding opportunities, as well as other possible resources, please contact the School of Nursing at (626) 815-5386.
Federal Nurse Traineeships
Federal traineeships provide $500–$2,000 in financial assistance per year for students working towards a Master of Science in Nursing, post-master’s certificate in nursing, or doctoral degree in nursing. To qualify for these federal grants, which are not loans and do not need to be paid back, students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher, a current RN license, a plan of study on file with the School of Nursing, and be a U.S. Citizen. Students must reapply every year.
Nurse Faculty Loan Program
The Nurse Faculty Loan Program is a government loan program set up to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty by providing loans to students in advanced nursing education programs. Students must be pursuing a MSN or doctoral nursing degree. The NFLP loans will be forgiven—up to 85 percent of the amount received—over a consecutive four-year period if the student commits to serve as full-time faculty at a school of nursing following graduation. Faculty at private universities, state schools, and community colleges are eligible. Students receiving these loans must also complete the nursing education courses prior to graduation.