Attaining a post-secondary degree or credential is becoming a pre-requisite for a growing number of jobs in today’s economy. Legislative leaders and higher education have recognized this shift and are pushing initiatives that allow you to achieve your academic goals at a lower cost.
The price of college may seem overwhelming. The national average tuition for undergraduate private, not-for-profit colleges is $33,480. This doesn’t include books and supplies which can be another $1,230 a year.
Brandman’s MyPath competency-based bachelor's programs cost $5,400 per CBE Academic Year consisting of two billing periods of $2,700 each. The first billing period begins when the student starts their competencies and ends when the student has completed a minimum of 12 credits and 24 weeks of instruction. The second billing period begins after the first period is over and ends when the student has completed a minimum of 24 credits and 48 weeks of instruction.
Tuition is all inclusive, providing access to digital textbooks, competency study materials and Chapman University’s Leatherby Library. You may also take advantage of complementary services offered through Brandman’s online writing, math and career services communities.
The faster you progress through the program, the less your degree will cost overall.