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2020-2021 Tuition Rates

wdt_IDDegreeCredits per semesterCost
1Master's (including CGS and nondegree), fall and spring9+$595/credit hour
2Master's (including CGS and nondegree), fall and spring1-8$619/credit hour
3Master's (including CGS and nondegree), summer6+$595/credit hour
4Master's (including CGS and nondegree), summer1-5$619/credit hour
5Master's (including CGS and nondegree), winterany$595/credit hour
6Master's, ministry partner$313/credit hour
7Non-US Chinese and Spanish Students (contact us)rates vary
8Audit, master's degree course$50/credit hour
9ThM tuition-free audit or credit courses over and above the hours required for the ThM degree or a ThM/MA dual degree. Limit five courses (one per term)$50/course
10Doctor of Ministry/Doctor of Educational Ministry$650/credit hour

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^ DTS extension campuses and sites (Atlanta, Austin, Nashville, and San Antonio) have specialized Financial Aid funding. Contact Admissions for more information.

* Estimated tuition does not include the cost of books or fees. Students should estimate approximately $200 for books (though the actual cost depends on the number and type of courses taken) and $285 for fees. Fees cover items such as technology resources, monitored parking lots, and on-campus facilities (library, wifi, etc.).

** DTS provides a monthly payment system called Tuition Management Systems (TMS) (link opens new tab) which allows you to pay your tuition in 5 payments over a semester or 10 payments over a year. This estimate is based on 5 payments.

Scholarship estimates are for the Dallas, Houston, and Washington, DC campuses and apply for second semester and beyond. Incoming DTS students typically receive a $2,000 scholarship for their first semester. Final scholarship amounts depend on availability of funds and the number of students who apply. DMin students are traditionally supported by their sending ministry.