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Tuition & Fees

Total Tuition & Fees

Note: Program cost listed is the total tuition cost of the entire program and includes the cost of all items listed except for General Education courses. All book costs listed below are estimates.

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Master of Science in Nursing Degree Program:

The MSN Degree Program is designed to prepare Baccalaureate Nursing graduates for post-licensure education.  Graduates of the program will earn a Master of Science in Nursing degree with a focus in nursing education and leadership.  The MSN program consists of a total of 56 quarter credit hours, which can be completed in as little as 15-18 months.  The curriculum design includes core courses that would allow students to pursue a post-graduate certificate.

Total Tuition $14,840
Nonrefunadable App Fee $100
Laptop $950
TOTAL COST $15,890

Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Option:

Students without previous RN licensure may transfer up to 80 quarter credits of general
education courses from another approved college. The program provides a focused nursing curriculum with didactic and clinical components built on the general education courses. Students transferring all 80 credits of their general education courses from another college can usually complete the professional nursing portion of the program in 7 quarters.

Total Tuition $49,348  
Nonrefundable App Fee $100  
Books Estimate $1782  
Scrubs / Book Bag $100  
Nursing Kits $135  
IT Fee $300  
Inst Fee $900  
Assessment Testing Fees $1,900  
Clinical Fee $1000  
Sim Lab Fee $925  
Grad Fee $250  
TOTAL COST $56,740

 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Program (students without prior college credits):

For students with no previous higher education training, completion of the entire 180
quarter credits BSN program at Denver College of Nursing generally takes 13 quarters (6 quarters for general education courses and 7 quarters for the nursing courses). The BSN program provides the general education courses required to support the focused nursing curriculum.  We are currently not enrolling in this program version.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN Option:

A student already licensed as a registered nurse may apply for advanced standing
and/or transfer credit.  This program meets the needs of the registered nurse who desires to continue education in nursing at the baccalaureate level.  The number of months required for completion depends upon the previous educational background of the RN.  

Total Tuition $13,905
Nonrefundable App Fee $100
Laptop $950
TOTAL COST $14,955

Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN)

Associate Degree in Nursing Completion Option:

The Associate Degree in Nursing Program provides a focused nursing curriculum with didactic and clinical components built on the general education courses. Students transferring all 24 credits of their general education courses from another college can usually complete the nursing portion of the program in 6 quarters.

Total Tuition $37,754
Nonrefundable App Fee $100
Books Estimate $1600
Scrubs / Book Bag $100
Nursing Kits $135
IT Fee $250
Inst Fee $1,200
Assessment Testing Fees Test $1,545
Clinical Fee $750
Sim Lab Fee $775
Grad Fee $250
TOTAL COST $44,459

Associate Degree in Nursing LPN to ADN Option:

A student already licensed as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) may apply for advanced standing and/or transfer credit.  The LPN to Associate Degree in Nursing Program meets the needs of the licensed practical nurse that desires to continue education in nursing at the associate degree level.  Students transferring all 24 credits of their general education courses from another college can usually complete the nursing portion of the program in 4 quarters. We are currently not enrolling in this program version.

 General Education (prerequisite courses)

These courses are for those students wishing to complete some or all of the required prerequisites at Denver College of Nursing for either the BSN or ADN programs. Cost per quarter credit hour: $200.00 (Does not include books or supplies)

Application fee: $100 (non-refundable)

Tuition & Fees for Repeated Courses

Students required to repeat a course will be charged the current tuition per credit for that course.

Other Tuition/Fee Disclosures

Please note that the cost of tuition and fees at Denver College of Nursing does not include parking.

Students are responsible for all costs related to admissions testing, health insurance, background check, drug screen, immunizations & immunization tracking account, and licensing test fees. All costs are subject to change at any time.

Graduates who sit for the NCLEX-RN examination are required to pay an associated examination fee.  For more information on NCLEX-RN examination fees, please see http://www.dora.state.co.us/nursing/licensing/RN.htm