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Can I afford college? Yes!

Bethesda is committed to making quality education affordable!

Bethesda students can apply for federal and state aid and the school offers various scholarships 

Types of Aid


Scholarships
A scholarship is a monetary gift that celebrates academic achievement, special talent, or act of service. The best thing about a scholarship is that it doesn't need to be repaid.

Grants
Grants are a form of gift aid, meaning you don’t need to repay them. Most grants are based on your level of financial need determined by the results of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Loans
Many students take out loans to help fund a portion of their college expenses. Loans must be repaid, so be sure to plan your finances carefully and borrow only what you can afford to repay.

Student Employment
Some students work on campus to help with their college expenses.

Tuition & Aid

Undergraduate Tuition

Program
Unit(Full-time)
Per Unit Charge
Charges for Period of Attendance
Total Graduate Unit
Estimated Total Charges
IT
12
$265
$3,810
135
$36.57500
MUSIC
12
$265
$3,810
135
$36.57500
THEOLOGY
12
$235
$2,820
126
$30,410.00
ECE
12
$265
$3,180
126
$34,190.00
BUSINESS
12
$285 (International)
$3.420
126
$36.710.00
BUSINESS
12
$265 (Resident)
$3,180
126
$34,190.00

Graduate Tuition

Program
Unit (Full-Time)
Per Unit Charge
Charges for Period of Attendance
Total Graduate Unit
Estimated Total Charges
DMin
8
$320
$2,560
42
$14,320.00
MBA
9
$343 (International)
$3,087
45
$15.985.00
MBA
9
$333 (Resident)
$2,997
45
$15,535.00
M.Div
9
$265
$2,385
96
$26,100.00
BIB
9
$265
$2,385
60
$16,560.00
Music
9
$275
$2,475
48
$13.860.00

Certificate Tuition

Program
Per Unit Charge
Number of Units
Total Charges
E.C.E Director
$200
18
$3,800.00
E.C.E. Teacher
$200
15
$3,200.00
ESL
$170
30
$5,300.00