ELMSN program cost for 2017-19 cohort

Tuition is based on a cohort model. Students must complete the program with their cohort to remain eligible for cohort pricing.

Total program cost: The 2017-2019, 27-month, Entry-Level Master of Science in Nursing program is 85 continuous semester hours from summer of 2017 to spring of 2019, with a total program cost of $69,875.

Cost per semester credit hour:
Foundational portion: $725 per credit hour
MSN portion : $1,000 per credit hour

Additional fees may include: 
Required textbooks (estimate): $500.00-1000.00 per year; Graduation fee; Laboratory fees (estimate): $100.00 per year; Health requirement clearance: $40 initial, $10 updates; Health insurance: Variable; Professional liability insurance (estimate): $20.00; etc.

Prospective students should be aware that adding additional credit hours by adding a track outside the C&O Generalist area will result in an increase in total tuition and program costs.

Cost breakdown by term

Summer 2017 15 credits ($725/credit) Tuition: $10,875
NURS 220 Nursing Competencies 4 credits
NURS 260 Professional Foundations 4 credits
NURS 270 Health Assessment and Promotion 4 credits
NURS 580 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits

Fall 2017 14 credits ($725/credit) Tuition: $10,150
NURS 320 Nursing Competencies II 2 credits
NURS 330 Pharmacology & Therapeutic Modalities 4 credits
NURS 340 Situations with Individuals: Adult Health I 4 credits
NURS 350 Situations with Individuals: Mental Health 4 credits

January Term 2018 4 credits ($725/credit) Tuition: $2,900
NURS 380 Situations with Families: Childrearing 4 credits

Spring 2018  14 credits ($725/credit) Tuition: $10,150
NURS 370 Situations with Families: Childbearing 4 credits
NURS 430 Situations with Communities 5 credits
NURS 440 Situations with Individuals: Adult Health II 4 credits
NURS 441 Situations Seminar 1 credit

Summer 2018 8 credits ($725/credit) Tuition: $5,800
NURS 480 Professional Foundations II 2 credits
NURS 499 Capstone: Nursing Synthesis 6 credits

Fall 2018 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 523 Role of Adv Practice Nurse 3 credits
NURS 525 Theoretical Foundations 3 credits
NURS 526 Nursing Leadership & Management 3 credits

January Term 2019 4 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $4,000
NURS 524 Advanced Health Promotion 2 credits
NURS 528 Illness/Disease Management 2 credits

Spring 2019 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 527 Evaluation & Outcomes Research 3 credits
NURS 530 Resource Management 3 credits
NURS 531 COM Practicum I 3 credits

Summer 2019 8 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $8,000
NURS 532 COM Practicum II 6 credits
NURS 596 Scholarly Inquiry 2 credits

MSN Care and Outcomes program cost for 2017-19 cohort

Tuition is based on a cohort model. Students must complete the program with their cohort to remain eligible for cohort pricing.

The 2017-2019, 15-month,  Master of Science in Nursing program is 33 continuous semester hours from summer of 2017 to summer of 2018, with a total program cost of $33,000 at $1,000 per credit hour.

  • RN-B students please note: A prerequisite for the RNB to MSN program is NURS 430 Situations with Communities or the equivalent. This 5 semester credit course is best taken at PLU the spring semester prior to starting the MSN program in the summer. The cost of NURS 430 or the equivalent is not included in the MSN pricing below.

Additional fees may include: 
Required textbooks (estimate): $500.00-1000.00 per year; Graduation fee; Laboratory fees (estimate): $100.00 per year; Health requirement clearance: $40 initial, $10 updates; Health insurance: Variable; Professional liability insurance (estimate): $20.00; etc.

Prospective students should be aware that adding additional credit hours by adding a track outside the C&O Generalist area will result in an increase in total tuition and program costs.

Cost breakdown by term

Summer 2017 3 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $3,000
NURS 580 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits

Fall 2017 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 523 Role of Adv Practice Nurse 3 credits
NURS 525 Theoretical Foundations 3 credits
NURS 526 Nursing Leadership & Management 3 credits

January Term 2018 4 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $4,000
NURS 524 Advanced Health Promotion 2 credits
NURS 528 Illness/Disease Management 2 credits

Spring 2018 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 527 Evaluation & Outcomes Research 3 credits
NURS 530 Resource Management 3 credits
NURS 531 COM Practicum I 3 credits

Summer 2018 8 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $8,000
NURS 532 COM Practicum II 6 credits
NURS 596 Scholarly Inquiry 2 credits

ELMSN program cost for 2016-18 cohort

Tuition is based on a cohort model. Students must complete the program with their cohort to remain eligible for cohort pricing.

Total program cost: The 2016-2018, 27-month, Entry-Level Master of Science in Nursing program is 85 continuous semester hours from summer of 2016 to spring of 2018, with a total program cost of $68,500.

Cost per semester credit hour:
Foundational portion: $700 per credit hour
MSN portion : $1,000 per credit hour

Additional fees may include: 
Required textbooks (estimate): $500.00-1000.00 per year; Graduation fee; Laboratory fees (estimate): $100.00 per year; Health requirement clearance: $40 initial, $10 updates; Health insurance: Variable; Professional liability insurance (estimate): $20.00; etc.

Prospective students should be aware that adding additional credit hours by adding a track outside the C&O Generalist area will result in an increase in total tuition and program costs.

Cost breakdown by term

Summer 2016 15 credits ($700/credit) Tuition: $10,500
NURS 220 Nursing Competencies 4 credits
NURS 260 Professional Foundations 4 credits
NURS 270 Health Assessment and Promotion 4 credits
NURS 580 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits

Fall 2016 14 credits ($700/credit) Tuition: $9,800
NURS 320 Nursing Competencies II 2 credits
NURS 330 Pharmacology & Therapeutic Modalities 4 credits
NURS 340 Situations with Individuals: Adult Health I 4 credits
NURS 350 Situations with Individuals: Mental Health 4 credits

January Term 2017 4 credits ($700/credit) Tuition: $2,800
NURS 380 Situations with Families: Childrearing 4 credits

Spring 2017  14 credits ($700/credit) Tuition: $9,800
NURS 370 Situations with Families: Childbearing 4 credits
NURS 430 Situations with Communities 5 credits
NURS 440 Situations with Individuals: Adult Health II 4 credits
NURS 441 Situations Seminar 1 credit

Summer 2017 8 credits ($700/credit) Tuition: $5,600
NURS 480 Professional Foundations II 2 credits
NURS 499 Capstone: Nursing Synthesis 6 credits

Fall 2017 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 523 Role of Adv Practice Nurse 3 credits
NURS 525 Theoretical Foundations 3 credits
NURS 526 Nursing Leadership & Management 3 credits

January Term 2018 4 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $4,000
NURS 524 Advanced Health Promotion 2 credits
NURS 528 Illness/Disease Management 2 credits

Spring 2018 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 527 Evaluation & Outcomes Research 3 credits
NURS 530 Resource Management 3 credits
NURS 531 COM Practicum I 3 credits

Summer 2018 8 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $8,000
NURS 532 COM Practicum II 6 credits
NURS 596 Scholarly Inquiry 2 credits

MSN Care and Outcomes program cost for 2016-18 cohort

Tuition is based on a cohort model. Students must complete the program with their cohort to remain eligible for cohort pricing.

The 2016-2018, 15-month,  Master of Science in Nursing program is 33 continuous semester hours from summer of 2016 to summer of 2017, with a total program cost of $33,000 at $1,000 per credit hour.

  • RN-B students please note: A prerequisite for the RNB to MSN program is NURS 430 Situations with Communities or the equivalent. This 5 semester credit course is best taken at PLU the spring semester prior to starting the MSN program in the summer. The cost of NURS 430 or the equivalent is not included in the MSN pricing below.

Additional fees may include: 
Required textbooks (estimate): $500.00-1000.00 per year; Graduation fee; Laboratory fees (estimate): $100.00 per year; Health requirement clearance: $40 initial, $10 updates; Health insurance: Variable; Professional liability insurance (estimate): $20.00; etc.

Prospective students should be aware that adding additional credit hours by adding a track outside the C&O Generalist area will result in an increase in total tuition and program costs.

Cost breakdown by term

Summer 2016 3 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $3,000
NURS 580 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits

Fall 2016 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 523 Role of Adv Practice Nurse 3 credits
NURS 525 Theoretical Foundations 3 credits
NURS 526 Nursing Leadership & Management 3 credits

January Term 2017 4 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $4,000
NURS 524 Advanced Health Promotion 2 credits
NURS 528 Illness/Disease Management 2 credits

Spring 2017 9 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $9,000
NURS 527 Evaluation & Outcomes Research 3 credits
NURS 530 Resource Management 3 credits
NURS 531 COM Practicum I 3 credits

Summer 2017 8 credits ($1,000/credit) Tuition: $8,000
NURS 532 COM Practicum II 6 credits
NURS 596 Scholarly Inquiry 2 credits