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Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Online

9 Months1

35 Credit Hours

$8,995 Tuition2

5-10 Week Courses

Quick Facts

9 Months1

35 Credit Hours

$8,995 Tuition2

5-10 Week Courses

About the Program

Residents of these states are not eligible to enroll in this program: Alaska, Massachusetts, Maryland, Oregon, Tennessee, and Washington. Students residing in these states who are currently enrolled in the program may continue without interruption.

UT Arlington’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation offers an RN to BSN online degree that builds upon your nursing skills by providing research-based learning, leadership training and liberal arts. Earning the BSN prepares you to offer patients a higher level of knowledge and expertise. The degree can also be used for those who wish to advance into management or director positions in a healthcare system.

We have designed our online RN to BSN program to include all the courses you need to graduate with your BSN, including general courses, formerly known as prerequisite courses. Online learning also allows you to continue your education while juggling the many activities of home and work.

You can apply immediately regardless of the number of general courses you have completed by clicking the Apply Now button. This unique online delivery format is the most cost-effective and efficient way to provide a BSN degree to nurses who hold an associate degree or a diploma.

Moving from RN to BSN can help you:

  • Develop a personal framework for your professional nursing practice
  • Enhance your decision-making and critical thinking skills
  • Strengthen your nursing leadership and management skills to meet today's challenges in healthcare issues and trends
  • Apply a systematic approach to comprehensively assessing individuals, families and groups including physiological, psychosocial, cultural and spiritual beliefs
  • Utilize evidence-based data to strengthen and improve client care outcomes through comprehensive, efficient and cost-conscious care

Clinical requirements are met through relevant application-based assignments completed in the workplace.

When you are accepted to the program, we'll give you access to your degree plan, which indicates which courses you satisfied and which courses you still need to complete via the MyMav Self Service Student Center.

View upcoming start dates and courses (.PDF)

RN to BSN Nursing Policies

UTA RN to BSN FAQ

View the UTA RN to BSN Degree Plan

To locate your degree plan, log into your MyMav account and utilize the illustration below as a guide.

  • Main Menu
  • Self Service
  • Degree Plan Evaluation

Accreditation Information

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation at The University of Texas at Arlington is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
One Dupont Circle, NW Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036
202.463.6930

Course enrollment conditions

You will be able to start the RN to BSN program regardless of the number of general courses you have completed. When creating your individual course map, a UT Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation academic advisor will take into consideration the following conditions:

  • Composition I must be taken before Composition II.
  • Composition I and Composition II must be taken before Technical Writing.
  • If a student has completed Composition I & II then Technical Writing (General) and Professional Nursing (Nursing Course) may be taken concurrently. If the student withdraws from Technical Writing, they must also withdraw from Professional Nursing. If a student fails Technical Writing, they must withdraw from Professional Nursing if in the drop period or repeat while in the second half of Professional Nursing. Technical Writing and Professional Nursing must be successfully completed before taking any other nursing courses.
  • Statistics (General Course) must be completed prior to taking Nursing Research (Nursing Course).
  • Introduction to Psychology must be taken prior to Developmental Psychology.
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I must be taken prior to Human Anatomy and Physiology II.
  • Professional Nursing must be completed before starting other Nursing Courses with the exception of the upper division nursing electives NURS 3309 Medical Terminology and NURS 3352 Legacy of the Family.
  • Nursing Program Courses and General Courses may be taken in any order with the exception of Professional Nursing, Nursing Research (which requires completion of Statistics), and Capstone. Capstone must be the final nursing course and may not be taken with another nursing course. It may be taken with a general course or an elective.
  • While the program is an accelerated online program, students are encouraged to complete 1 course per start date. Students are advised to take one nursing course at a time. Students may not exceed the maximum credit hour limit which is 19 hours in Fall/Spring and 14 hours in Summer.

View suggested course load (.PDF)

Download the list of required textbooks for the Nursing Courses (.PDF)

How the Program Works

Find textbooks for General Courses

Not every course requires the purchase of textbooks, but all courses will have required readings either from the e-reserves in the UT Arlington Online Library, designated website readings, or specific results from database searches.

To view the required reading materials for your course, please visit the online UT Arlington bookstore and search for your course. You can browse for your books and order them too.

  1. Go to the UT Arlington bookstore.
  2. Click "Textbooks and Course Materials" on the left hand side.
  3. Select your division: DYN (for all online courses).
  4. Select the department of the course you are enrolled in (i.e. ENGL for an English course or NURS for a nursing course or MATH for a math course).
  5. Select your course number*.
  6. Select your section number*.
  7. Click "submit".

Book purchasing instructions

  1. Go to the Textbooks portion of the UT Arlington Bookstore.
  2. Select "All" in the "Program Select" drop down.
  3. Select your appropriate term. To find your term reference the Calendar.
  4. Select "DYN" when asked to "Select Your Division".
  5. Select "Nurs" when asked to "Select Your Department".
  6. Finally, you will have to "Select Your Course" and "Select Your Section" before an appropriate list of books will appear for you to purchase online.

Course schedule, fees and tuition are subject to change based on the sole discretion of UT Arlington.

1 If you begin in January or February, you may be able to complete the program in as few as 9 months depending on the courses you transfer into the program. If you begin in any other month, you can complete the program in as few as 10 months.

2 Tuition is only reflective of the nursing curriculum. Additional coursework, such as general education requirements, may be necessary.


“...I would recommend it to anybody!”

Lynda Gustavus, BSN

Graduate of UTA's Online RN to BSN Program

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Online Courses

Students who have Technical Writing or an equivalent will not be required to enroll in Technical Writing (ENGL 2338). The equivalent courses for Technical Writing are any sophomore level (2000 level course) Literature, Philosophy, or Speech course. Course equivalency Charts are available here.

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All General Courses must be successfully completed prior to entering into the final Capstone Course in the RN to BSN nursing degree program. You may have already completed many of these courses through prior academic work and you may receive credit for classes previously completed. An academic advisor will provide a degree plan once you have applied, submitted your official transcripts, and are accepted by both the UT Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation and the University.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Intended to develop an understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of art in its many forms. Recommended as a fine arts elective for non-art majors.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 4

Functional morphology of humans, cellular function, principles of support and movement, and neural and endocrine control systems. Laboratory exercises involve both anatomical and experimental aspects of principles introduced in the lecture. This class is designed for students in sport activities (EXSA), medical technology, and pre-nursing. Prerequisite: BIOL 1345, BIOL 1441, or equivalent, or approval of the department. May not be used for biology grade point calculation or biology credit toward a B.S. degree in biology or microbiology.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 4

Functional morphology of humans, maintenance of the human body, and continuity of life. Topics will include the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, immune, and reproductive systems. Laboratory exercises explore both anatomical and experimental aspects of principles introduced in the lecture. This class is designed for students in sport activities (EXSA), medical technology, and pre-nursing. Prerequisite: BIOL 1345, BIOL 1441, or equivalent, BIOL 2457, or approval of the department. May not be used for biology grade point calculation or biology credit toward a B.S. degree in biology or microbiology.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 4

The intention of this course is to present basic information, relevant to nursing practice, with the principles of microbiology and the nature of microbial disease. This course will give the nursing student a fundamental background of knowledge that will be applicable to the care of infectious patients, to the control of microbial diseases, and an understanding of microorganisms. The laboratory will provide practice in aseptic techniques, the use of disinfectants and antimicrobial agents, and microscopic study of bacteria. This course cannot be applied for credit toward a degree in Biology. Prerequisite: BIOL 1345, BIOL 1441, or equivalent.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

The critical thinking about, and reading and writing of, referential/expository discourse. Introduction to inventional procedures. Writing assignments focusing on identification and development of a subject, on organization, audience analysis, style, and the revision process.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on critical thinking about, and reading and writing of, argumentative discourse. Introduction to inventional procedures such as types of proofs and claims and the Toulmin model. Writing assignments focusing on the identification, development, and support of propositions of fact, cause, value, and policy. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Processes of researching, drafting, editing, revising, and designing technical reports, proposals, manuals, resumes, and professional correspondence for specific audiences. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301, ENGL 1302. For RN to BSN students, this course can be a co-requisite with N3345 part A as long as it is taken in the AP 5 week course format.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

An introduction to the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the United States prior to 1865. This course is designed to help students understand and evaluate their society, comprehend the historical experience, and further develop reading and writing competencies and critical skills.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

An introduction to the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the United States since 1865. This course is designed to help students understand and evaluate their society, comprehend the historical experience, and further develop reading and writing competencies and critical skills.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed for students whose placement scores or life experience indicate that they may need additional preparation in order to take a college credit-bearing mathematics course. This course provides foundational preparation for MATH 1301. Topics include basic numeric and algebraic operations, expressions, linear and quadratic equations, solving techniques, graphing, mathematical logic and reasoning, as well as a brief introduction to probability and statistics. Students will use mathematical software to master targeted areas and progress through a modified self-paced environment in order to achieve college readiness. Immediately following the successful completion of this foundational course, students should register for a credit-bearing mathematics course according to their degree plan, specifically MATH 1301. Credit in this course does not fulfill any degree requirements.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed for students whose placement scores or life experience indicate that they may need additional preparation in order to take a college credit-bearing mathematics course. This course provides foundational preparation for Math 1302 or Math 1315. Topics include basic numeric and algebraic operations and expressions, linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational expressions, factoring, exponents and radicals, graphing, and quadratic equations. Students will use mathematical software to master targeted areas and progress through a modified self-paced environment in order to achieve college readiness. Immediately following the successful completion of this foundational course, students should register for a credit bearing mathematics course according to their degree plan, specifically MATH 1302 or MATH 1315. Credit in this course does not fulfill any degree requirements.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

This course covers material in a traditional algebra course together with real-world applications of mathematics. It develops problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Topics include the mathematics of dimensional analysis, mathematical logic, population growth, optimization, voting theory, number theory, graph theory, relations, functions, probability, statistics, and finance. The use of mathematical software and calculators is required. See course syllabus for details. Credit may be received for only one of MATH 1301, MATH 1302, or MATH 1315.

Duration: 8 & 15 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Topics include the study of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, radical, absolute value, logarithmic, and exponential relations; functions and inequalities; graphs, basic characteristics, and operations on relations and functions; real and complex zeros of various functions; graphing techniques; systems of equations; and matrices. The use of mathematical software and a basic/scientific calculator is required. No graphing calculators are allowed. All exams will be proctored for a minimal fee using an online proctoring service requiring a webcam. See course syllabus and blackboard course site for specific details.

Duration: 8 & 15 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Topics include collection, analysis, presentation, and interpretation of data. Analysis includes descriptive statistics, probability, relationships between variables and graphs, elementary statistical models, hypothesis testing, inference, estimation, correlation, regression and confidence intervals. The use of mathematical software and calculators is required. All exams will be proctored for a minimal fee using an online proctoring service requiring a webcam. See course syllabus and blackboard course site for specific details.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

The constitution and government of the United States. The organization, procedures, and duties of the branches of the government, together with their accomplishments and defects.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

The principles and organization of American state, county, and municipal government, together with current problems and the constitution and government of Texas.

Duration: 8 & 15 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

The fundamental methods and content of scientific psychology. Concentration on the understanding of basic principles.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Human development and growth from conception through old age, concerned with the physical, behavioral, and social aspects.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

A scientific approach to the analysis and explanation of culture, personality, and social organization. The social processes and mechanisms of interaction involved in the natural process of cultural development, dissemination, assimilation, and the institutions of the group.

In addition to the above list, one of the following literature courses must be completed to graduate from the AP RN-BSN program. If you have taken one of these courses in the past, they can be transferred into the AP RN-BSN program.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Consideration of significant American works with a focus on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking; at least three genres and six authors considered.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Consideration of significant British works with emphasis on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking; at least three genres and six authors considered.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Consideration of significant works of world literature with emphasis on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking. Examines at least three genres and six authors.

RN to BSN students who have taken and passed a national nursing certification exam may receive three credit hours. For more information, please speak to your Nursing Advisor. Other students must complete a Nursing Elective in place of these three credit hours. An Upper Division Nursing Elective must also be completed if not previously completed in past academic coursework.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Explore and enhance understanding and application of principles of family science knowledge in therapeutic relationships with families across the lifespan. Course Conditions: Prelicensure APBSN students: Acceptance in UTACON program; Completion of NURS 1300 Introduction to Professional Nursing; Completion of NURS 3365 Pharmacology; Completion of NURS 3366 Pathophysiology. RN to BSN AP students: Acceptance in UTACON program.

Duration: 8 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Topics in biology not treated in the regular curriculum. Topic, format, and prerequisites to be determined by the instructor. May be repeated for credit as different topics are offered.

Every RN to BSN student will begin the nursing program with Role Transition to Professional Nursing following successful completion of ENGL 1301 and 1302. You will need to complete Technical Writing either prior to, or concurrently with, Role Transition to Professional Nursing before advancing to other nursing courses. Twenty-eight hours of your ADN coursework will be applied toward your BSN.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Theory and practice of holistic health assessment of individuals and families across the lifespan designed for the Registered Nurse. An application-based practice experience is required and can be completed in the workplace.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Introduction of concepts and issues related to the holistic care of older adults and the impact on society and healthcare. An application-based practice experience is required and can be completed in the community.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Health promotion for individuals and families. Opportunities to gain knowledge about primary prevention in healthcare. Importance of the role of the nurse in disease prevention and health promotion. RN-BSN students only. Previously NURS 3435. Prerequisite or Corequisite: NURS 3345.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Course addresses the role transition to Professional Nursing, nursing theory, ethics, decision making, critical thinking/clinical judgment, introduction to evidence-based practice, and informatics/technology in practice. Identifies strategies for personal and professional empowerment.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Course addresses health policy, legislative and political concerns, nurse practice act, legal and ethical aspects that impact the practice of professional nursing in contemporary healthcare.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 3

Basic concepts, processes, and applications of nursing research. Research role of the nurse in decision making and clinical practice. RN-BSN students only. Prerequisite: Math 1308, or equivalent and NURS 3345. (Previously offered as NURS 4321.)

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 4

Exploration of organizational strategies, leadership theories and societal trends with implications for decision making in healthcare. Introduction to management and leadership skills needed by professional nurses with clinical application in diverse settings. An application-based practice experience is required and can be completed in the workplace.

Duration: 5 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 4

Integrates knowledge from nursing theory and public health science in assessing healthcare needs of aggregates, communities, and society for the Registered Nurse. An application-based practice experience is required and can be completed in the community.

Duration: 7 weeks   |   Credit Hours: 6

Synthesis of theories and concepts for professional nursing practice. Focuses on evolution and transition of professional nursing practice in diverse settings within a context of emerging societal issues and trends. The student will pick one of three areas (management, clinical or education) of interest for concentrated study.

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Admissions

Residents of these states are not eligible to enroll in this program: Alaska, Massachusetts, Maryland, Oregon, Tennessee, and Washington. Students residing in these states who are currently enrolled in the program may continue without interruption.

Provisional Admission

Want to Start Classes sooner?
You may have the ability to register and begin your classes while waiting for your transcripts to arrive and your file to be processed. This is known as Provisional Admission. Please see the eligibility information in the next section.

Am I Eligible?
If you meet the criteria below, you can be provisionally admitted after your application is received by UT Arlington.

  • Upon receipt of the application, UTA Admissions verifies that the applicant indicated on their application that they were conferred an Associate Degree in Nursing from a regionally accredited US institution whose school of nursing is ACEN/NLNAC accredited.

How do I Choose Provisional Admission?
Please select Provisional Admissions within the application.

Please Note: If you need a degree plan for tuition reimbursement you will need to opt out of Provisional Admissions during the application process and choose Full Admission. You will receive a degree plan upon Full Admission. However, in order to process your file, additional time will be needed.

Also, if you do not indicate on your application that you have an Associate Degree in Nursing from a US based regionally accredited institution with a school of nursing with NLNAC/ACEN accreditation, your application will be processed in the traditional fashion.

What Courses Can I Take?
Under your provisional status you may enroll in any of the following four courses.

  • English Composition I (ENGL 1301) Speech or communication courses will not satisfy this requirement.
  • English Composition II (ENGL 1302) - ENGL 1301 or equivalent must be completed with a grade of C or better prior to taking ENGL 1302. Speech or communication courses will not satisfy this requirement.
  • Technical Writing (ENGL 2338) - ENGL 1302 or equivalent must be completed with a grade of C or better prior to taking ENGL 2338. Technical Writing must be taken before or concurrently with Professional Nursing if that requirement has not been satisfied with transfer coursework.
  • Professional Nursing (NURS 3345) - Technical Writing must be taken before or concurrently with Professional Nursing if that requirement has not been satisfied with transfer coursework.

Prerequisite/Corequisite Table
The chart below details the prerequisites and corequisites for each of the courses available to provisionally admitted students.

  ENGL 1301 ENGL 1302 ENGL 2338 NURS 3345
Concurrent
Enrollment
None None NURS 3345 ENGL 2338
Prerequisite None ENGL 1301 ENGL 1301,
ENGL 1302
ENGL 2338

Please note: If you are registered for NURS 3345, ENGL 2338, or ENGL 1302 and the College of Nursing determines that you must complete one of the prerequisites for that course prior to the first day of class, you will be removed from your course and your advisor will notify you of the appropriate prerequisite course to register for.

How do I Determine if I've Already Satisfied Some of These Course Requirements?
View our Course Equivalency Chart to determine whether previous credits may transfer. If after viewing the equivalency chart, you need additional clarification, feel free to email the Academic Advising Team. Students may email the Advising Team at RNadvising@uta.edu or schedule a phone or in person appointment. Contact information is available here.

When are my Transcripts Due?
While enrolled in your course(s), the College of Nursing and Health Innovation will review your file for Full Admission. The University must receive all official sealed transcripts prior to the document deadline. You can review the document deadline on the Start Dates Calendar Page.

You can check your "To Do List" in the student portal of MyMav to verify any pending transcripts. During the review period, it may be determined that you are required to complete additional requirements in order to proceed in the program.

Once officially accepted, a degree plan, which may assist you in mapping your remaining coursework as well as a welcome email from your Academic Advising Team, will be emailed to your UTA student email account. Once your degree plan is received, you may begin enrolling in general and/or nursing courses as needed.

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Full Admission

Office of Admissions Requirements

  • Complete online application and submit application fee
  • Submit official transcripts. Official transcripts record all courses, bachelor's degrees or highest degree conferred by a regionally or nationally accredited institution. Official transcripts are sealed transcripts sent from the granting institution.
  • 2.50 Grade Point Average (GPA) in required prerequisites, including all prerequisite nursing and natural sciences courses. (GPA is a minimum requirement, and does not guarantee admittance into the AP BSN program.)
  • The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam is required if the applicant's native or first language is not English and if he or she does not hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. institution. Additional information is available here. Exemptions can be reviewed in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation Academic Catalog.
  • Top applicants will be ranked and admitted based on space availability.
  • Foreign Country Transcripts: Official foreign country transcripts or marksheets and diplomas are those bearing the original seal of the institution and the original signature of the Registrar or responsible head of the institution. Those not issued in English must be accompanied by an exact word-for-word original English translation bearing the original university or translation agency attestation. Upon written request original documents will be returned to the applicant.

Send all required documents to:
Undergraduate Applicants:
UT Arlington Admissions Office
Box 19114
701 S Nedderman Dr.
Arlington, TX 76019-0114

College of Nursing and Health Innovation Requirements

Additional RN-BSN admission requirements:

  • Active, unencumbered RN license from the United States

Transcripts are evaluated in consideration of the Coordinating Board Field of Study Curriculum (FOSC) guidelines. Credit is given for all courses listed in the FOSC guidelines as transferable, as well as any additional courses that may apply for transfer.

The admittance procedure by the College of Nursing and Health Innovation is a three step process for students.

Step One
Submit official transcripts. Your "To Do List" will reflect "No To Dos" when all transcripts have been received.

Step Two
An official transcript evaluation is conducted by the Office of Admissions after all official transcripts are submitted–course credits will be visible under "Transfer Credit Report" in the MyMav Student Center. The completion of this process does not indicate that you have been accepted into the College of Nursing.

Step Three
After steps one and two are complete, your file will be sent to the College of Nursing (in the order in which it is received) for final application processing. A Welcome Email detailing all necessary information regarding your degree plan and steps in enrollment will indicate your official acceptance into the College of Nursing.

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Costs

Affordability You Can Count On

Program Per Credit Hour Per Course* Per Program
General Courses $168 $504
RN-BSN (Nursing Courses) $257 $8,995
Pre-Nursing Courses $350

*Per-course tuition based on 3-credit hour courses. Spring 2012 rates are for students with an admit term of Spring 2012 or later. Tuition may vary by admit term.

Tuition Guarantee

The tuition deadline is the Friday (by 11:59 PM CT) before the course begins. If tuition is not paid before the deadline, you will be dropped from your course(s).

No late payments will be allowed and no reinstatement granted if you are dropped for non-payment. If you plan to use the UT Arlington website to make payment, please note that it may be down for maintenance on Sunday mornings. You may also contact Student Accounts at 817-272-2172 for additional information regarding payment.

Fees

All degrees are subject to application fees and graduation fees. Additional fees may apply.

Application Fees

$60 (Please note that the undergraduate application fee cannot be waived for Academic Partnerships students.)

Application fee is non-refundable.

Reactivation Fees

To read the Reactivation/Readmission policy, visit the Admission Requirements.

Graduation Fees

Graduation Fee: $40 for first diploma effective Spring 2012, $20 each additional diploma plus applicable mailing fees, and $60 for late application for graduation effective Spring 2012.

Graduation fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. The fee will be billed to the student's MyMav account.

Payment Options

  • Pay by course

Refund Policy

Students wishing to drop a course and maintain no financial responsibility must do so by 11:59 PM CT before the first class day. The official class day begins at 12:00 AM CT.

The refund policy for sessions of five weeks or less is as follows:

  • Before the first class day: 100 percent.
  • First class day: 80 percent.
  • Second class day: 50 percent.
  • After the second class day: No refunds.

The refund policy for sessions greater than five weeks but less than 10 weeks is as follows:

  • Before the first class day: 100 percent.
  • First class day through the third class day: 80 percent.
  • Fourth day through the sixth class day: 50 percent.
  • After the sixth day: No refunds.

The refund policy for sessions ten weeks or greater is as follows:

  • Before the first class day: 100 percent.
  • First class day through the fifth class day: 80 percent.
  • Sixth day through the tenth class day: 70 percent.
  • Eleventh day through the fifteenth class day: 50 percent.
  • Sixteenth day through the twentieth class day: 25 percent.
  • After the twentieth day: No refunds.

The Academic Calendar indicates the deadlines to drop a course with a "W".

Cancellation for Non-Payment

If you are enrolled in more than one course and eligible for partial payment (AP BSN students only), but do not pay the balance, you will be dropped from all courses. If the amount you paid would cover the cost of one of the courses, you still will be dropped from all courses.

Additionally, if you enroll in and pay for a course or courses in one start date within a term, then subsequently enroll in another start date during the same term, and do not pay fully for that start, you will be cancelled from all classes for the term that have not yet been graded. Reinstatements will not be allowed unless there is documented university error.

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