Tuition & Financing
To secure a place in the Post-baccalaureate Certificate Program in psychology, admitted students must pay a nonrefundable deposit of $500, applicable toward tuition, no later than four weeks prior to the start of their first semester.
Tuition and fee information can be found on the School of Professional Studies website. The postbac program is generally considered full time, and, therefore, those fees apply (university facility, health service, and optionally, health insurance fees).
The School of Professional Studies can arrange the financing of your educational expenses through a private loan or payment plan. Details on this arrangement can also be found at their website.
Postbac students are eligible for various private and federal loans. Paid research positions and internship positions can provide income while helping you learn. These types of paid positions might pay slightly less than some non-psychology jobs but can significantly enhance your graduate school application in many ways and usually offer the type of flexible schedules necessary for managing coursework.