Tuition & PaymentsPLAN A: OPEN
You will pay in-state/in province tuition/fees directly to your host campus.
OPEN - Host campus accepts ALL qualified applicants.
PLAN B: OPEN
You will pay your normal tuition/fees to your home campus.
OPEN - Host campus accepts ALL qualified applicants.
Estimated Per Semester
Costs For Plan A Tuition & Fees: $7,885
Estimated Per Semester
Costs For Room And Meals: $8,232
More InfoReceive From Canada
PLAN A, PLAN B
Area Studies: International Studies
Art/Design/Fine Art: Art, Art Education, Fine Art
Athletics: Athletic Training, Physical Education
Biological Sciences: Applied Biology, Biology/Life Science, Human Biology
Business: Accounting, Business, Business Administration, Management, Management Information Systems
Communications: Communication, Journalism, Journalism and Contemporary Media, Writing/Editing
Criminal Justice: Criminal Justice
Earth Sciences: Geology
Education: Early Childhood, Educational Studies, Elementary Education, English, Junior High/Middle School, Junior High/Middle School Mathematics, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Secondary Education, Special Education
English: Creative Writing, English, Film Studies, Professional Writing, Writing
Environmental Studies: Environmental Sciences, Environmental Studies
General Studies: Arts and Science, Humanities, Liberal Studies, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences
Health and Safety Sciences: Medical Laboratory Technology, Physical Therapy
International Studies: International Studies
Political Science: International Studies, Political Science
Psychology: Behavioral Science, Psychology
Recreation: Leisure Studies, Recreation, Recreation Leadership
Sociology/Social Work: Social Work
Notable Academic Programs
Athletic Training - Students will work with an athletic trainer in various settings and with a variety of health professionals. Students will have the knowledge in the discipline of athletic training. Students will be prepared to participate as a professional in the field of athletic training as an entry level clinician. Students will be prepared to continue in lifelong learning in the profession of athletic training. Students will be prepared as athletic training students for their future role in providing health care to the physically active. Students will be provided experiences that include sports requiring protective equipment. Students will be assigned to experiences which include their own and the opposite gender along with team and individual sport experiences, in high school settings. various college settings, and wide range of clinical settings. Students will be provided opportunities to present at and attend professional meetings. Students will utilize up-to-date equipment as part of the athletic training room and laboratory settings. Students will be exposed "Evidence Based" research within the profession and value research role in the growth of the athletic training profession. Students will be able to gain knowledge in the classroom and incorporate into their clinical experiences and link the accountability of clinical competencies course work in the athletic training curriculum. The athletic training program will integrate didactic and clinical phases encompassing the domains of athletic training as outlined in the 6th Edition of the Delineation Study and incorporate the Athletic Training Education Competencies" (5th edition 2011) to provide the knowledge, skills and clinical abilities to be mastered by students enrolled in professional athletic training programs.Business Administration - The Business Administration Major is designed to give students maximum flexibility in their careers. Business Administration students are exposed to all the business functions such as accounting, marketing, finance, human resource management, production and operation, project management, information systems and recreations. Since most professionals change jobs, and employees, many times during their careers, the skills taught allow an individual to adapt to rapid changes in a technologically dynamic global marketplace. Students have the opportunity to develop their small business management and entrepreneurial skills, while also preparing to lead organizations through innovation and change.Social Work - Students will demonstrate the capacity to plan and work with client systems of all sizes using the generalist social work methodology and the strengths based perspective. In particular students will develop a skill set for rural social work practice and working with diverse populations. Students will demonstrate respect for the positive values of diversity as a human strength and willingness to pursue creative work necessary to affect change for all client systems. Students will understand and apply knowledge of the bio-psycho-social-spiritual variables and use theoretical frameworks to understand systems of all sizes: individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations. Students will utilize critical thinking through the process of conducting research and the problem-solving process within the context of generalist social work practice. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze the impact of social policies and social change and how to work as a change agent within social structures. Students will demonstrate the professional use of self in a manner consistent with the values and ethics of the social work profession. The Social Work Program is accredited by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE).Criminal Justice - Students will have a historical base of knowledge of both criminal justice systems as well as criminological theory. Students will be able to consistently connect criminological theory to criminal justice policy, both real and proposed. Students will have an understanding of the three parts of the Criminal Justice System - Police, Courts, and Corrections as well as the relationship between the three and within wider society. Students will have a breadth and depth of understanding of the connection of crime and social problems, specifically structural inequality around issues of race, class, and gender. Students will be well-versed in issues of ethics in criminal justice. Students will be proficient in practical skills required for positions within criminal justice agencies. The degree prepares students for many federal, state, and local law enforcement positions, as well as criminal justice social services occupations and admission to law school.
Unique Academic Programs
Geographic Information Sciences & Emergency Management - Certificate Program. The certificate is designed for students majoring or working in related fields who wish to enhance their employment prospects or future graduate work with skills in geographic information systems (GIS). Such skills are in demand in the fields of environmental management, community and urban management, information management, business management, marketing, criminal data mapping, wildlife management, natural resource management, tourism management, forestry, and land use planning.
Honors Access: Yes
|Activity Fee:||$160||Year||Plan A||Mandatory|
|Athletic Fee:||$45||Year||Plan A||Mandatory|
|Health Insurance:||$1,692||Year||Plan A||Mandatory|
|Parking Fee:||$10||Year||Plan A||Mandatory|
|Distance Learning Course Support and Technology Fee:||$18||Credit Hour||Plan A||Optional|
|Other Fee:||$100||Semester||Plan A||Optional|
|Other Fee:||$25||Semester||Plan A||Optional|
Important Notes: The Lab fee, Distance Learning course fees, Art fees, and online course fees are mandatory for anyone enrolling in those courses.
Exchange with Canada - Health Insurance
Students must purchase campus health insurance at $1692 per semester.