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Graduate Tuition and Financial Aid

Edgewood College offers teacher license certification programs in Elementary, Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence, and Secondary Education. If you already have a Bachelor’s degree, completing our license certification programs will satisfy the requirements needed to receive your teacher’s license in Wisconsin. What’s more, you’ll work with experienced faculty leaders who offer responsive and supportive advising and are dedicated to helping you meet your individual and professional goals. We will guide you through the process of applying for your DPI license and provide assistance in helping you find a teaching position.


Financing your Edgewood College License Certification or Master’s Degree

Graduate tuition for the 2015-16 academic year is $867 per credit. You can expect that cost to rise by approximately 4% per year in the future.

Most students complete the 42 credits required for the Initial Regular Elementary Education - Middle Childhood Early Adolescence license in 2 years. Another 9 credits completes the Master’s degree.

Based on current tuition rates, the estimated total tuition cost to complete the license requirement would be approximately $36,400. The projected total tuition cost to achieve both the license and the Master’s degree would be $44,200.

Graduate students are eligible for financial aid in the form of Federal Stafford Loans. You are eligible for these low interest loans (currently 6.8%) if you enroll in a minimum of 4 credits per semester. Loans are limited to a total of $20,500 per year.

Learn more about Financial Aid and Stafford Loans, including eligibility requirements and application instructions.