Post Master’s DNP Program Estimated Costs – Per Semester
|Item||Cost for Part Time|
|DNP Nursing Program Tuition1||
$3,535 for in-state tuition
$5,390 for out-of-state tuition3
|Professional Program Fees2||$1,067|
|Travel to Clinical Sites||Varies|
|Approximate Total Per Semester1||
In-State Costs: ~$5,107
Out-of-State Costs: ~$6,9623
|Approximate Total for Program1||
In-State Costs: ~$20,033
Out-of-State Costs: ~$26,9233
Program Length: 4 Semesters
Note: semester cost estimate above does not include other items you may need that are not purchased on a semester basis. Items may include but are not limited to application fees, background check, CPR certification, immunizations, white lab coat, graduation regalia.
1Fees reflect the 2019-2020 rate and are subject to change. The estimate above does not include remaining prerequisite courses or the cost to complete your BSN degree (if applicable). The Nursing Advisor can provide a cost analysis based upon your prior credits and degree(s). Although Out-Of-State Costs are listed here, non-resident students enrolled in eISU (online) courses will have the Non-Resident Fee waived, resulting in our non-resident students being assessed In-State Costs. See the current ISU Cost of Attendance at isu.edu/cost/ and isu.edu/costinfo/.
2In addition to ISU tuition and fees, a professional fee is assessed for all undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Nursing. Professional fees for the nursing programs are used to support faculty salaries, instruction support services, durable & disposable equipment and supplies, faculty and staff program travel, capital equipment and a reserve for maintenance and purchase of major capital items.
3Review the funding and support options for graduate students (isu.edu/graduate/funding-and-support/), and contact the Scholarship Office to see if you are eligible for scholarships (isu.edu/scholarships/apply-for-scholarships/graduate-students/).