Special Education Tuition (M.S.)
How much does it cost to earn a Special Education master's degree (M.S.)?
UND's School of Graduate Studies is one of the best values in the nation, offering lower tuition and fees than similar Midwest four-year doctoral universities. For an affordable tuition price, our students are learning from top experts and leading research.
The work you do at UND will be worth it — in more ways than one. Depending on your field, your paycheck could jump by $900/month with a master's degree or more than $2,200/month with a doctoral degree. Graduate degrees can also open new career opportunities and provide personal growth.
Online Special Education Tuition (M.S.)
For the online master's in Special Education, tuition and fees are:
Online Tuition Costs
Online students pay the same tuition rate regardless of residency.
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Every year, UND awards more than $108 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:
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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.