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- For Tuition purposes, full time enrollment assumes 12 or more credits per quarter for undergraduate degrees, and 8 or more credits per quarter for graduate degrees.
- Rasmussen College defines transfer credit as previously earned college credit at an accredited two- or four-year college/university after graduating from high school. Bachelor completer programs assume at least 90 transfer credits or a conferred degree.
- Demonstrate what you already know through interactive, self-directed assessments. Taken independently, with materials and optional coaching assistance available, these are offered fully online at $99 per attempt, saving you time and money.
- Full-time and part-time students (or any dependents/spouses) employed by a Rasmussen College corporate partner are eligible for a 10% tuition grant. All current and retired military personnel as well as veterans enrolling in a degree, Diploma or Certificate program are eligible for a 10% grant towards full-time and part-time tuition costs—this is extended to spouses and dependents.
- Completing this program in 3 terms would mean taking on around 24 credits per term.
- You may be able to complete this program in fewer quarters depending on the number of transfer credits you have. Talk with an admissions advisor for a more accurate estimate of the time it will take you to complete this program.
- Depending on how you choose to pay for your program, course load could greatly impact your tuition. With subscription-based pricing, you pay one price, $4,250 per six-month term (plus book fees) and complete as many courses as you want within that term. With per credit pricing, your price varies every six-month term based of how many credits you take.
- With per credit pricing, your price varies every six-month term based of how many credits you take.
- Students cannot receive both corporate and military grants.
- In order to qualify for the grant, all admission requirements must be completed. Retired military personnel must provide valid military retiree ID or DD 214 form. Authorized dependents must provide an actual or faxed copy of their dependent military ID card, which includes an expiration date.
- Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program through the Standard Entrance Accelerated BSN Entrance Option or Second Degree Accelerated BSN Entrance Option do not qualify for Fast Track pricing. Students enrolled in Flex Choice Competency-Based Programs delivered in the six-month term format do not qualify for Fast Track pricing.
- Must provide verification letter or copy of orders from their commander reflecting current status. Taxes and fees if any are the sole responsibility of recipient. Not eligible for other scholarships or grants.
- The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is 180 total credits. 106 total credits assumes the entrance requirements for the Second Degree Accelerated BSN (A-BSN) option are met, resulting in 74 transfer credits from a prior degree.