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BarnHam Graduate School and Seminary
Tuition and Fees

BarnHam Graduate School and Seminary is not a semester locked university.  It is an open-enrollment, work at your own pace graduate school. You take one class at a time, pay for it, complete it, and open the next class. Fees are non-refundable and are due at the time services are rendered or forms are submitted. All fees and tuition are subject to change. Payment plans are available for all enrolling students. Installment Fee is $ 50 fifty dollars annually for all payment plans.  All Tuition is a flat cost per class.

 

2017 - 2018

Tuition and Fees

Fees and Tuition                                                                                                                                               Cost

Registration Fee                                                                                                                                               $  50.00 one-time fee

Masters of Arts Degree Program Tuition

Masters of Arts Intercession Mediation (MAIM)                              Total Tuition Cost                         $  4,875.00

Masters of Arts Chaplaincy Ministry (MACM)                                 Total Tuition Cost                          $  4,875.00

Masters of Arts Christian Counseling Ministry (MACCM)              Total Tuition Cost                         $   4,875.00

Masters of Economic Development Philanthropy (MEDP)             Total Tuition Cost                         $  10,500.00

Doctoral Degree Program Tuition

Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D. Degree Program                                   Total Tuition Cost                         $ 6,250.00

Doctor of Theology, Th.D. Degree Program                                       Total Tuition Cost                        $ 5,025.00

 

All graduate students must pay for each and every class before graduation to receive a degree and diploma.

 

All students on payment plans must pay for each class in full before the next set of coursework is open.