Science Education Degree Cost
How much does it cost to earn a Composite Science Education degree at UND?
UND provides one of the best values of any college in the country.
- Our combined tuition, fees, and room/meal plans cost about $3,000 less per year than the national average for four-year doctoral universities.
- Each year, 76% of our undergrad students receive financial aid.
- On average, each student receives $12,700 annually in financial assistance.
- Plus, our graduates are earning an average salary of $59,000+ (across all fields) within six months of graduation.
Composite Science Education Degree Costs
For the bachelor's degree in Composite Science Education, tuition and fees are:
Automatic Academic Scholarships for New Students
You must be a full-time student and enrolled in at least 12 credits per semester to qualify.
If you meet the criteria, submit your admissions application and send your official transcript to UND by the priority deadline, you'll automatically be awarded a scholarship. As funding is available, scholarships may be awarded after the priority deadline. All scholarships are subject to change.
Receive Up to $14,000 in Freshman Scholarships
If you meet the criteria and submit your completed admissions application by the Feb. 1 priority deadline for the upcoming fall semester, you'll automatically be awarded one of the following academic scholarships.
|Unweighted High School GPA||Freshman
for a max of 4 years
for a max of 4 years
You're eligible to receive one automatic scholarship award based on your unweighted, cumulative high school GPA. Renewal criteria apply.
Receive Up to $2,000 in Transfer Scholarships
If you meet the criteria and submit your completed admissions application by the April 15 priority deadline for the upcoming fall semester or the Nov. 15 priority deadline for the upcoming spring semester, you'll automatically be awarded one of the following academic scholarships.
|3.90 - 4.00||$2,000
|3.50 - 3.89||$1,000
Scholarships are awarded based on your cumulative GPA for all credits transferred to UND as calculated by the UND Registrar's Office. Students transferring more than 120 credits to UND will not qualify.
Calculate Your Cost to Attend UND
Several factors can adjust your cost to attend college. Use these two calculators to help determine costs.
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Other Science Education Degree Costs
On average, it’s $160 less per month to live on UND's campus than off campus.
Declared majors in the College of Education & Human Development are eligible to apply for living in the Education Living & Learning Community.
Can I get help paying for college?
Every year, UND awards more than $105 million in financial aid to help students pay for college. There are several types of financial aid that can help bring down your college costs, including:
- Scholarships - merit-based awards that don't have to be repaid
- Grants - need-based awards that don't have to be repaid
- Loans - money you have to repay
UND offers admitted students 975+ scholarships with one application. Many UND scholarships are specifically for future teachers. Additionally, check with your state's department of education to see if they have scholarships or grants for prospective or current teachers.
Federal Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant
A TEACH Grant is different from other federal student grants because it requires you to agree to complete four years of qualifying teaching as a condition for getting the grant. If you don’t complete your teaching service obligation, the grant will turn into a Federal Unsubsidized Loan that you must repay in full with interest. TEACH grants are available to graduate and undergraduate students who meet eligibility criteria.
The Federal TEACH Grant Program provides up to $4,000 per year in grants to graduate or undergraduate students who plan to pursue a career in teaching.