EKU Online: Tuition & Financial Aid
EKU Online Tuition
Earn your degree on your terms at Eastern Kentucky University, a brick-and-mortar institution with the highest accreditation available. EKU Online tuition rates for bachelor's degree programs and master's degree programs are listed below. Additional costs may include textbooks, lab fees and technology fees, which will vary by course.
NOTE: The pricing below is for 100% online degree and non-degree options with EKU Online. Please click here to view pricing for online courses taken as part of an on-campus curriculum.
General Education: $395 per credit hour
Corrections and Juvenile Justice: $395 per credit hour
Police Studies: $395 per credit hour
Fire Protection Administration: $395 per credit hour
Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology: $395 per credit hour
Homeland Security: $395 per credit hour
Occupational Safety: $395 per credit hour
Psychology: $395 per credit hour
Paralegal: $395 per cedit hour
Safety, Security & Emergency Management - $590 per credit hour
Adult, Juvenile and Community Corrections Leadership - $590 per credit hour
Education (MAEd.) - $490 per credit hour
Library Science - $490 per credit hour
Nursing (MSN) - $590 per credit hour
Public Administration (MPA) - $590 per credit hour
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) - $610 per credit hour
Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) - $610 per credit hour
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Students pursuing online degrees at Eastern Kentucky University may also qualify for federal financial aid* (loans and grants), private loans, employer tuition reimbursement and military benefits. The EKU Financial Aid Office can assist you with questions about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and federal loans. The EKU Scholarship Office offers a variety of awards and has additional information that can help you pay for college.
Remember to research other funding options that may be available to you. For example, find out if your employer offers tuition assistance and explore scholarship opportunities from sources other than EKU.
*Starting classes in a B term or Summer term can affect your financial aid. Contact the EKU Financial Aid Office for details.