How did you guys get many graduate degrees? cost?

Discussion in 'Nursing and medical-related degrees' started by wiser, Nov 25, 2016.

Loading...
  1. wiser

    wiser New Member

    Messages:
    6
    Likes Received:
    0
    Hey guys, I see many of you have multiple graduate degrees. May I please ask how you managed to afford financing your grad degrees?

    Thanks
     
  2. BusinessManIT

    BusinessManIT Member

    Messages:
    60
    Likes Received:
    1
    Occupation:
    Substitute Teacher
    Location:
    Texas
    My Degrees Were Free

    My degrees were free. I had a scholarship to Michigan State University (based on my SAT scores). My employer paid for my other degrees through tuition reimbursement.
     
  3. BusinessManIT

    BusinessManIT Member

    Messages:
    60
    Likes Received:
    1
    Occupation:
    Substitute Teacher
    Location:
    Texas
    My Degrees

    My degrees are listed in my signature.
     
  4. catlin0915

    catlin0915 New Member

    Messages:
    79
    Likes Received:
    0
    Occupation:
    Advisor
    Location:
    Incheon, South Korea
    There are some that aren't as expensive compared to the national average. I'm currently funding my own MBA at the moment and I shopped around on the internet and asked questions and looked at questions others asked. I finally settled on a university I think fit me best at a decent cost. AMU/APU, Amberton, WIU, and others aren't too bad on tuition. The three I mentioned are all RA as well. Look around and you may be able to find cheaper. If you don't mine NA universities I know of a couple that are cheaper like UoPeople and Nations U.
     
  5. me again

    me again Active Member

    Messages:
    4,825
    Likes Received:
    1
    Location:
    USA
    1st grad degree: 2k, total out-of-pocket cost
    75% employer tuition reimbursement
    RA non-profit (public uni)

    2nd grad degree: 11k, total out-of-pocket cost
    doctorate: scholarships and employer tuition reimbursement
    RA for-profit

    3rd grad degree: 7k, total out-of-pocket cost
    paid full price, but transfer credits kept aggregate cost low
    RA for-profit

    4th grad degree: 66% off (in-progress)
    scholarships and tuition reimbursement
    RA non-profit (but it's extremely expensive because it's a "private" university)
     

Share This Page