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(2020-2021 Chicago Campus)

Admission Fees and Deposits

Admissions Application Fee$30
Deposit (non-refundable) - M.A. Programs$200
Deposit (non-refundable) - Doctoral Programs$300
Deferment Fee$500

Tuition (per credit)*

M.A. Programs Credit Hour Including Dual Degree (except Public Policy & Public Administration)$1,342
Audit M.A. Programs Credit Hour Including Dual Degree (except Public Policy & Public Administration)$672
Argosy CMHC$768

*Please note: all tuition and fees are subject to change. Also note that students who are active in multiple programs will have the tuition rate and universal fee associated with their highest program assessed each semester.

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