We know that earning a master's degree is an investment in your future.
The Master of Education program is competitively priced and is a more affordable option than many other M.Ed programs in the area. Even more valuable? The online format gives you the freedom to complete coursework anywhere, anytime.
*Prices effective July 1, 2014 for new starts.
We have different types of payment options available. Total cost, including fees and tuition, will be calculated based on your program, and can be divided into multiple payments.
Our Family Education Discount gives employees and sometimes their immediate family members a 10% discount on qualifying associate's accelerated bachelor's and master's degree programs at MNU. Find out if your company or organization is a Family Education partner with MNU, or find out how to start this process.
MNU also offers Military Financial Aid benefits, including a reduced tuition rate for qualifying bachelor's programs and a discount for qualifying master's programs. Learn more about Military Financial Aid, college credit for military service or our support of the Yellow Ribbon program.
The Master of Education program at MidAmerica Nazarene University is approved for the Federal Direct Student Loan Program. MNU School Code: 007032. Information and applications may be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Services Office at (913) 971-3298 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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