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M.S. in Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education

What will I pay for the MSEd: DHHE Program?

The cost of your degree depends on many factors, including:

  • Where you live
  • Where you will take classes online or on campus
  • Scholarships or student employment you receive
  • Time to complete

In addition, WOU many change tuition and fees between today and when you finish your program, changing the overall cost estimate.

Try the net price calculator in the Financial Aid pages and use the information below to sketch out your Master of Science in Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education (DHHE) program budget.

Tuition:

The Master of Science in Education: DHHE program requires 68 total credits.

Starting fall term 2017, tuition for online courses will be $479 per graduate credit. Tuition and fee rates are determined by the Western Oregon University Rules for extended programs and are subject to change.

For on-campus courses, tuition and fees are combined in a per-credit resident rate, $639 starting fall 2017. In addition to those fees, students taking 6 hours or more are assessed a $139.00 health service fee.

You can take some of your courses online, which lends itself to fewer fees. Students who are taking only online courses will not be charged campus fees but may be charged fees related to that course (such as for materials or supplies).

Find more information about costs on the Financial Aid Department’s pages.

Fees:

A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new graduate students.

Financial Aid:

Please visit the Financial Aid pages to learn more about the programs available for graduate students.

Graduate Student Assistantships:

If you pursue a Master of Science in Education: DHHE program, full-time you may apply for an assistantship, a form of student employment that includes both salary and tuition remission for research or teaching services as part of your academic and professional training and development. If you want to learn more:

Read the official description of a graduate student assistantship

Examine the PDF job description for an assistantship

CONTACT US

You can rely on the people behind the M.S. in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education to help you grow into a mentor or teacher and take on leadership in the field of Deaf Education. Ask us questions—about the process, about the field, or about your career. We look forward to your contributions to this field.

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NOT FINDING WHAT YOU NEED?

If you haven’t found the information you need or are still not sure where to direct your question, contact Kathy Heide, heidek@wou.edu or 503-838-8324.