Tuition and Fees
Master of Science in Employment Law:
$595 per credit hour
Student Services Fee:
Full-time students (two classes or more per term): $225.00 per semester
Part-time students (one class per term): $112.50 per semester
The M.S. Employment Law program requires 36 credits for graduation. The program is approximately two years in length.
Payment is due when registration is completed. If payment is not received at the bursars office 30 days after classes begin students will be assessed a late fee. If payment is not received by the end of the term the student will not be allowed to register for the next term or be issued grades. Please visit the bursars website for more information on payments.
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Students may apply for financial assistance or view additional information about financial assistance by going to the NSU Student Financial Assistance Website.
A student must remain in good standing with the bursar's office. If a student's account is not clear of charges before a registration period begins, the student will not be permitted to register for classes.
Tuition and Student Service Fee do not cover the cost of textbooks. Textbook price will vary from term to term, with some professors not requiring any textbooks; however, it is fair to estimate a few hundred dollars per term to cover the cost of textbooks.
The Law Center does not offer any scholarships, however, the university offers a listing of available scholarships online at http://www.nova.edu/financialaid/scholarships/index.html
Tuition and fees are subject to change.