There are no standard tuition and fee rates for colleges and universities. Each institution will have rates particular to itself. There are a number of variables to consider to include whether the institution is public or private, the geographical location, the specific program of study (some of which have greater course and/or clinical fees), and whether the school is a two year or four year institution. Once you collect the names of some colleges and universities you have an interest in, you can then research the cost specific to those institutions.
It depends on which school you go to
Depending on the school you choose tuition will be about $2500 per semester.
Tuition for Cal Baptist School of Nursing is $10,933 per semester, approximately 13 to 18 units, or $841 per unit.
It depends on the school. I know people who get paid $1000 per semester hour... $3000 a semester per course taught. It ain't much. Tenure or bust....
Credit hours and semester hours are the same thing. Three semester hours (credit hours) of class contact time per week equals three credits toward graduation requirements. This would be for colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year which is the most common. Thus, if a school is charging $225.00 per credit, and the course is three credits, the tuition for that course would be $675.00.
The cost for an Associate degree will depend on which school you choose to go to. Private school will charge thousands per semester. You can get the same degree at a community college for $5 to $25 a credit (roughly $100 to $150 a semester).
In the 2008-09 school year, BYU cost $2,040 per semester for full-time undergraduate students. The per credit cost is $209.
Full-time is enrolling for a minimum of 12 semester hours for a school that operates on a two semester academic year.
per semester, room costs range from $3,580 to $4,810. the meal plan costs $2,225 per semester
17$ per hour
A million dollars