Invest in a Higher Education
Our goal at Dakota Wesleyan University is to help make your education affordable.
Tuition and Fees
Bachelor of Arts (degree completion)
($23,100 for the 66-credit program)
RN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing
($14,700 for the 42-credit program)
Master of Arts in Education
- Educational Policy and Administration: $12,600 for the 36-credit program
- Secondary Certification: $13,650 for the 39-credit program
Master of Business Administration
$400 per credit hour
($14,400 for the 36-credit program)
If Peregrine Academic Services are required to meet requirements for admission, additional fees may apply.
No Application Fee
No Enrollment Fee
Financial Aid Opportunities
Earning a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree is a significant personal investment. How to successfully fund an education can be a major concern for students. Below are a few common paths some of our students take to finance their education at Dakota Wesleyan University Online.
Complete your FAFSA online to begin the financial aid process and to determine the various types of aid you may qualify for to help finance your education. Dakota Wesleyan University’s code for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is 003461.
Let your employer invest in your education.
If your employer has a tuition reimbursement plan, please forward a copy of the plan to the financial aid office. As an employee, a bachelor’s or master’s degree from Dakota Wesleyan University means you’ll be better trained and equipped to serve your workplace.
Benefits to your employer:
- Build on existing knowledge and experiences to add core business and management training.
- Invest in employees and foster loyalty and commitment to your company, leaving well-educated and trained employees eager to put their new skills and knowledge to work in a professional setting.
- Get a fast return on investment as employees can earn their degree in as little as one or two years.
Several payment plan options are available:
- Online with a checking account or credit card
- Monthly payment plan
- Check or money order
- PLUS or alternative loan
Federal Student Loan Programs
Visit www.studentaid.gov/sa/types/loans for information on what federal loans may be available to you.
Still have questions?
Contact our financial aid staff.