Tuition Options for Graduate Nursing Students

To understand available tuition options, start by reviewing Barry University’s standard tuition costs.

Next, scroll down to your program area of interest and review the questions and statements under each topic.

Master of Science in Nursing

  • Does your employer offer a tuition reimbursement for your graduate degree?
  • Do you qualify for any other grants or awards that will help to reduce your tuition commitment?

If your answered “no” to both of the questions above, you are eligible for a 25% tuition scholarship that will be applied directly to your total tuition cost.

Post-Baccalaureate Doctorate in Nursing Practice

  • Does your employer offer a tuition reimbursement for your graduate degree?
  • Do you qualify for any other grants or awards that will help to reduce your tuition commitment?

If your answered “no” to both of the questions above, you are eligible for a 30% tuition scholarship that will be applied directly to your total tuition cost.

Post-Master’s Doctorate in Nursing Practice

Tuition: $4000/per semester for 6 semesters. Students enrolled in this program may make payments of $1.000 per month.

Post-Master’s Doctorate in Nursing Practice specialization in Anesthesiology

A master’s prepared working nurse with a specialization in anesthesiology seeking a DNP, is eligible for our 24-month online program at a rate of $1000 per month.

Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing

  • Does your employer offer a tuition reimbursement for your graduate degree?
  • Do you qualify for any other grants or awards that will help to reduce your tuition commitment?

If your answered “no” to both of the questions above, you are eligible for a 20% tuition scholarship that will be applied directly to your total tuition cost.

Nurse Faculty Loan Program for Nurse Educators

Full time nurse educators and faculty who can commit to teaching future nurses, in classroom or clinical settings for four continuous years after graduation, are eligible for the Nurse Faculty Loan Program. The NFLP will provide up to $35,500 annually in exchange for a teaching commitment to support accredited nursing programs.