Graduate Costs

No matter your industry—from education to healthcare to business—getting a master’s degree can lead to increased earnings and career advancement. However, among other factors—such as time to completion, academic reputation and balance in your life—the cost of a degree is often the biggest concern on prospective graduates’ minds. 

At Concordia University, Nebraska, we are committed to providing you with a high-quality graduate degree that is affordable and hassle-free. Ultimately, obtaining your master’s degree is a worthy investment of your time, resources and finances. 

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Graduate Cost Per Credit Hour

*Special rate: Those who work in a Lutheran institution, members of Lutheran congregations, alumni of any Concordia University System (CUS) school or Nebraska residents 

Statements concerning all rates in this table are by way of announcement only and are not to be regarded as an offer of contract. Concordia University, Nebraska is committed to providing students with transparent and competitive tuition prices. During your uninterrupted enrollment at Concordia, and in the unlikely event tuition prices increase, you will be made aware of these changes. We may adjust prices for future cohorts. 

Finance your Graduate Education

Concordia Nebraska offers many different options to help finance your graduate education. Tuition reimbursement, grants and scholarships may be available from outside sources to help you fund your master's degree. You might also qualify for tax credits such as the federal Lifetime Learning tax credit, which allows individuals enrolled in school to subtract up to $2,000 annually from their tax bill.

Coursework only and certificate options are not eligible for financial aid. 

You can find available payment options on Concordia’s Student Portal

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Tuition Reimbursement

Many employers offer tuition assistance or funding to support your educational advancement. By earning an advanced degree in a field related to your job, you will become a more productive, valuable employee. Talk to your employer and find out if you’re eligible for tuition assistance. 


Graduate Tuition & Indirect Costs

The cost of attendance reflects the amount of money a typical student is projected to need for school-related expenses during the academic year based on where they live and degree program.

Graduate Tuition & Costs


Making College Affordable

The best way to make sure your college experience is as affordable as possible is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Not only will a completed FAFSA streamline the college financial aid process and earn you federal aid in the form of grants and loans, it also helps Concordia figure out how much you can earn in financial aid and scholarships from us.

Learn more about the FAFSA


Earn Additional Grants After Graduation

The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants up to $4,000 per year to students who agree to serve as full-time teachers in high-need fields that serve students from low-income families.

See if you qualify for a TEACH grant


Veteran and Military Student Benefits

Concordia is honored to support students who are military veteran and those who currently serve. Through the G.I. Bill and additional grants, your tuition at Concordia will be fully covered. Our team will work closely with you make sure the required paperwork is taken care of and we’ll be flexible with you if you are called to active duty while you’re enrolled.

Learn more about veteran and military student benefits