Tuition Costs

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Cost Estimate for Students in the Doctor of Plant Health Program

What will it cost to earn a Doctor of Plant Health degree?

Cost will vary according to several factors. Non-resident students will pay somewhat more than resident students. Students who have received an M.S. degree or have taken courses from an accredited graduate program (accepted by the admissions committee) will require fewer credit hours, and thus, will pay less than those who do not transfer hours. Personal expenses will vary depending on the student's situation.

The following estimates apply for full-time students in 2020-2021. These estimates assume 12 credit hours per semester during the first two semesters their first year. Click on the link to our Cost Estimate Worksheet to calculate your specific costs.

Cost of attendance can be very different from one student to another because tuition rates and fee requirements vary based on course level, whether the courses are online rather than on campus, and other factors. If you have questions about tutions and fees, contact the DPH Program Director or Administrative office or you may contact Student Accounts.  For a listing of the fees and to use the Cost Estimator visit the Cost Estimator page on the Office of Graduate Studies website.

Resident Tuition ($341/credit hour x 25):$ 8,525.00 (resident) $10,656.25 (non-resident)*
Fees (Program/Facilities/Tech/Library)   $1,705.25  
Health Insurance (optional)   $6,689.16  
Books/Supplies (estimated)   $1,035.00  
Room & Board (on-campus, 9 months) - estimate only   $12,858.00  
Personal/Miscellaneous (laundry, transportation, clothing) - estimate only   $4,395.00  
     Total (estimated) $ 35,207.41 (resident)   $37,338.66 (non-resident)*

*Non-Resident Students will pay only 125% of resident tutition (a substantial savings for non-resident students!)

Contact the DPH Director, Dr. Gary Hein or the UNL Scholarship & Financial Aid office to discuss what financial aid opportunities might be available for you.