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Teaching & Leading Scholarship

The Teaching and Leading Scholarship is available for students employed in full-time vocational ministry who wish to pursue a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning (MEd), a Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL), or a Graduate Certificate in English, History, Special Education, or Leadership.

The scholarship covers up to 50 percent of the cost of tuition, reducing tuition costs to $210 per credit for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Finances
  • Grants & Loans. Our regional accreditation affords you the opportunity to take advantage of grant and loan programs. Grants--federal and state--are given based on financial need and do not need to be paid back. Loans are monies distributed by federal, state and private lenders. These monies must be paid back as determined by the lender. See Loan Repayment Programs or  StudentLoans.gov for more information.
  • Apply for Aid. Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using MBU's school code of 016394 to become eligible for financial aid.
Application FeeFree
Assessment Fee*$100
Tuition (per credit)$425
Comprehensive Fee (per course)$35
Add/Drop Fee$15 after course start
Graduation Fee**$125

*One-time fee at the start of your Graduate Program
**One-time fee assessed near completion of the program

Payments & Refunds

Payment and refund policies are as follows:

  • Tuition and fees are due in full at least 7 days prior to the beginning of each course.
  • The Comprehensive Fee is non-refundable.
  • Students who withdraw from a course will have tuition refunded based on the following schedule:
    • Drop prior to start date: 100%
    • Week 1: 75%
    • Week 2: 50%
    • Week 3: 25%
    • Week 4+: 0%
  • Exceptions to the refund policy are made for distance classes as required by statute for students completing coursework in certain states.
  • 8-week Course (A or B Sessions)
    • Days 1-6: 90% refund
    • Days 7-11: 80% refund
    • Days 12-16: 60% refund
    • Days 17-22: 40% refund
    • Days 23-33: 20% refund
    • Day 34+: 0% refund
  • 12-week Course (C Session)
    • Days 1-9: 90% refund
    • Days 10-17: 80% refund
    • Days 18-25: 60% refund
    • Days 26-33: 40% refund
    • Days 34-49: 20% refund
    • Day 50+: 0% refund
  • 16-week Course (D Session)
    • Days 1-11: 90% refund
      Days 12-22: 80% refund
      Days 23-33: 60% refund
      Days 34-44: 40% refund
      Days 45-66: 20% refund
      Day 67+: 0% refund
  • 8-week Course (A or B Sessions)
    • Week 1: 75%
    • Week 2: 50%
    • Week 3: 25%
    • Week 4: 5%
  • 12-week Course (C Session)
    • Days 1-11: 75%
    • Days 12-21: 50%
    • Days 22-32: 25%
    • Days 33-41: 5%
  • 16-week Course (D Session)
    • Weeks 1-2: 75%
    • Weeks 3-4: 50%
    • Weeks 5-6: 25%
    • Weeks 7-8: 5%
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Textbooks & Course Materials

Students are responsible for ordering and paying for their own textbooks/materials; however, the cost varies based on vendor, new/old, whether you keep them or re-sell them, etc.

Accreditation

Maranatha is accredited under the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). AQIP emphasizes quality planning and process evaluation as keys to a successful, strong educational institution.

Accredited public, private, and Christian colleges and universities accept credits and degrees earned at Maranatha. Maranatha is listed in the Higher Education Directory printed for the United States Department of Education.

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