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How Much Will It Cost?

The cost of an undergraduate degree at Thomas Edison State University depends on a number of variables, including:

  • the amount of credits a student brings to their degree program, including previously earned credits from other regionally accredited institutions
  • the number of credits a student must earn to complete their degree program
  • the credit-earning methods they use to complete a degree
  • whether a student benefits from in-state tuition rates offered to New Jersey residents (As Thomas Edison State University is a state college, New Jersey residents may take advantage of in-state tuition, which is typically less than out-of-state tuition.)

To get an idea of how much your degree will cost, consider how many credits you might be able to complete in a year.

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Full-Time or Part-Time?

The amount of credits you plan to earn in a given year should guide which tuition plan you select.

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