OWENSBORO, Ky. (Nov. 14, 2017) – Brescia University has announced that the cost of undergraduate tuition for BUonline and online course fees will be frozen for the next four years. The current tuition rate of $425 per credit hour and online course fees of $50 will be in effect until Spring 2022.
BUonline is the alternative learning environment developed for distance learners by Brescia University that offers convenience, flexibility, and affordability to students who are looking to further their education. It seeks to empower students who want to learn, to do so in a format that fits their individual needs. Over 10 degree options at the Certificate, Associate, and Bachelor level are available for full completion in online format.
Brescia University’s BUonline has consistently ranked among the top online programs in the state of Kentucky, and the country. Rankings for BUonline for the 2017-2018 school year include:
- Most Affordable Online Master’s in Social Work (GetEducated.com)
- Best Online Bachelor’s in Social Work Program in 2017 (Best Colleges.com)
- #6 Affordable Online Graduate Certificates in Accounting (AffordableColleges.com)
- 20 Best Online Colleges in Kentucky for 2017 (College Choice)
- Best Online Bachelor’s in Social Work Program (BestColleges.com)
- America’s Best Colleges for Adult Learners (Washington Monthly)
- 30 Best Affordable Online Bachelor’s in Psychology (bestdegreeprograms.org)
- #5 Most Affordable Online Theology Degree (affordablecollege.com)
- 100 Best Online Colleges for 2017-2018 (thebestschools.org)
- Best Online Bachelor’s in Social Work Degrees (College Choice)
- 10 Best Online Bachelor’s in Accounting Degree Programs (online course report)
The cost of each program is specific to the student depending upon items such as transfer credits, financial aid, and other individualized elements.
Brescia University is a Catholic, liberal arts institution founded in the Ursuline tradition of personal and social transformation through education by the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph in 1950. Its origins are in Mount Saint Joseph Junior College for Women, established at Maple Mount, Ky. in 1925. Between 1925 and 1950, coeducational extension courses in Owensboro led to the creation of a second campus and, after 1949, consolidation of the two campuses at the present site of Brescia University. In 1951, Brescia began operating as a four-year college. Directed to academic and moral excellence in a student-centered environment, Brescia offers undergraduate and graduate programs that serve students who seek success through rewarding careers and service to others.