Cost of Attendance
2014-15 Cost of Attendance
Below you'll find the cost of tuition and fees for Candler's single degrees. Dual degree costs are additional, and financing is coordinated between the two schools (contact email@example.com for details).
In addition to tuition and fees listed below, all degree-seeking students and all international and exchange students at Emory University are required to have health insurance, purchased through the university (estimated at $2,851 annually, with half-year options available) or through a comparable United States domiciled plan.
A waiver process that includes documentation of a comparable health insurance plan is required of those seeking to have the Emory Health Insurance fee waived.
The cost of full-time attendance (12 or more credits per semester) at Candler for the nine-month academic year is based on a standard student budget established by the Emory University Office of Financial Aid. Costs are detailed below for the MDiv, MTS, MRL, MRPL, ThM and ThD degrees. The costs for the DMin degree are outlined in the adjacent tab.
|Tuition and Mandatory Fees||Cost|
Note: In order to qualify for financial aid, a student must enroll for a minimum of six credits per semester.
*A one-time transcript fee of $70 is assessed in the first semester of enrollment. In addition, ThD students will be assessed a fee of $500 during each fall and spring semester in which they are enrolled in clinical supervision.
Part-time tuition charge is $940 per credit hour; all fees apply.
Other Estimated Expenses
The following anticipated expenses are based on estimates and will vary based on student choice and circumstances.
|Books and Supplies||$1,200|
|Parking (if applicable)||$670|
|Loan Fees (if applicable)||$302|
Tuition for the three-year Doctor of Mininstry program is $10,000 per year. Annual mandatory fees are approximately $534. An additional one-time transcript fee of $70 is assessed in the first semester of enrollment.
Other estimated expenses include books and supplies, living expenses, travel/parking, and loan fees (if applicable). Books and supplies, including software, are estimated at $600 per year. Other expenses, such as living and travel, will vary based on student choice and circumstances. Four visits to the Emory University campus are required during the three-year instruction period. The total for these estimated expenses is $18,680, as established by the Emory University Office of Financial Aid for the degree cost of attendance budget.