Traditional colleges charge excessively for tuition, fees, books, room, and board.  

 

Nebraska public colleges (in-state) average total cost for a Bachelors Degree: $76,572

 

Nebraska public colleges (out-of-state) average total cost for a Bachelors Degree: $88,856

 

Nebraska private colleges average total cost for a Bachelors Degree: $99,256

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Mission University total cost for a Bachelors Degree: $22,500

As of November, 2021 a new report from the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington, D.C. shows why student loan debt has ballooned 144% since 2007. According to the latest student loan debt statistics, there are 45 million student loan borrowers who collectively owe $1.7 trillion of student loans. Without reform, student loan borrowers and their families will continue to be saddled with student loan debt and the federal government will be financially liable if student loan borrowers default on their student loans.

 

The total cost for a degree at Mission University is a fraction of the cost at a traditional public or private college or university.  Our students do not pay for tuition, books, or supplies.  Our cost structure is very simple: students only pay a nominal amount to test out at the completion of each course to receive course credit and only when they successfully  pass the final exam.  There are also costs associated with travel to clinical locations at our US and internationally-based clinical affiliate partners.  We provide a quality nursing degree that is accessible, affordable, attainable, and without the need to incur additional debt as a primary goal of our ministry. 

 

As a result, no FAFSA is required for admission to our program (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). We do not participate in Department of Education Financial Aid Programs and you can attend our programs without the need for student loans.

Dr. James Hauschildt, Founder and President/CEO of  MU is a recognized expert in higher education and has published and spoken internationally on the topic of applied learning.  Through application of competency-based, self-directed, and applied instructional methods, MU uses innovative course curricula and integrated technology systems to promote, support, and evaluate student learning and progression through each program.  

Prices for all programs are listed below: 

all Certificate Program tuition, fees, books, and supplies provided: students only pay for competency testing following completion of each Course @ $100/credit/final course exam

additional travel expenses apply for Practicum/Study Abroad (see below)

all AP/Dual Enrollment tuition, fees, books, and supplies providedstudents only pay for competency testing following completion of each course @ $100/credit/final course exam

Study Abroad is also available for High School AP/Dual Enrollment students (see below)

additional travel expenses apply for Practicum/Study Abroad (as applicable)

courses needed vary based on amount of transfer credit and prior degree as applicable

all General Education tuition, fees, books, and supplies providedstudents only pay for competency testing following completion of each course @ $100/credit/final course exam

additional travel expenses apply for Practicum/Study Abroad (as applicable)

 

courses needed based on amount of transfer credit  - typically ranges from 15 to 60 credits transferred into MU.

Total of 120 credits for degree (see Admissions criteria)

all BSN tuition, fees, books, and supplies provided: students only pay for competency testing following completion of each course @ $100/credit/final course exam

additional travel expenses apply for Clinical Practicum/Study Abroad

Total of 20 credits post-ASN or nursing diploma for degree (see Admissions criteria)

all RN to BSN tuition, fees, books, and supplies at no cost

only pay for competency testing following completion of each course @ $100/credit/final course exam

additional travel expenses apply for Clinical Practicum/Study Abroad

courses needed based on amount of transfer credit  - typically ranges from 15 to 60 credits transferred into MU.

Total of 120 credits for degree (see Admissions criteria)

all tuition, fees, books, and supplies provided: students only pay for competency testing following completion of each course @ $100/credit/final course exam

additional travel expenses apply for Clinical Practicum/Study Abroad

  • *2023 Clinical and Study Abroad Program Costs: 

 

Winter 2023 Study Abroad dates are from December 30th, 2022 to January 27th, 2023

Summer 2023 Study Abroad dates are from June 2nd to June 30th, 2023

 

*NOTE: airfare included in the total program costs.

 

Study Abroad placements are only guaranteed after all criteria met and payment is received.

 

Deposits and full payment can be made at https://www.gemf-us.org/enrollandpay.

 

Europe

 

  • United Kingdom

2 week: USD: $4,000

4 week: USD: $7,500

North America

  • USA

2 week: USD: $3,500

4 week: USD: $6,500

  • Mexico

2 week: USD: $3,500

4 week: USD: $6,500

Oceania​​

  • Bali 

2 week: USD: $4,500

4 week: USD: $8,500

South America

 

  • Peru 

2 week: USD: $3,500

4 week: USD: $6,500

*Send check or money order ($US) for all payments to

(check college website and catalog for due dates): 

Mission University

1299 Farnam St. 

Suite 300

Omaha, NE 68102

or, pay online:

*payment plans available; please do not send cash