Graduate Tuition Rates | Webster University

Graduate Tuition Rates

Tuition Rates

The Graduate Tuition Rates below apply to students enrolled in campuses in the U.S. Tuition rates for students enrolled in Webster's international campuses may be found on each individual campus website.

Tuition (per credit hour) for MA, MS, MSN, MBA, MHA, MFA, MPA, MM*
St. Louis area campuses†

$750

Irvine campus

$765

Other metropolitan campuses

$615

Online courses

$780


* Excludes School of Education students
† Except doctoral students and other specialized degree programs.

Tuition (per credit hour) for Active duty military, reservists and National Guard*
Metropolitan locations

$370

Military locations

$370

Online courses

$470

Civilian students on military bases

$615

* Except doctoral students and other specialized degree programs.
Federal employees, government contractors on the installation and dependents of active duty military, National Guard and Reserve who enroll in on-base, in-classroom courses are eligible for Webster University's USA Scholarship.


Tuition (per term) for Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) students
Tuition (per term)

$6,235

Fees (per term)

$800

Transfer credit

$755

 

Tuition (per credit hour) for Doctor of Management (DMgt) students
Regular Tuition

$850

Tuition for Military and First Responders (Webster Groves campus)

$565

 

Global MA (GMA) Students
Tuition (per year)

$52,100

 

Tuition (per credit hour) for School of Education Students
St. Louis area campuses*

$605

Extended campus locations

$395

Online courses

$625

In-service courses

$75 - $670


* Includes courses held at the Webster Groves School District location.

Tuition (per credit hour) for Doctor of Education (EdD) Students
Regular Tuition

$850

Tuition for Military and First Responders (Webster Groves campus)

$565

 

Additional Fees

Application Fee

$50

Graduation Fee

$75

Study Abroad

Varies


All fees are nonrefundable.

NOTE: Courses in various academic programs sometimes require expendable supplies or services, and in these cases the student may be billed a class fee for such costs.

The U.S. Department of Education defines Gainful Employment program criteria and data requirements. View Webster University's Gainful Employment Disclosures at http://www.webster.edu/consumers/gainful-employment.html to see important information about the education debt, earnings and completion rates of students who attended our programs.