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Corban University

Tuition and Aid

The Doctor of Ministry at Corban offers high-quality seminary training from ministry experts that allows you to maximize your investment in your continuing education.

  • Can cost less than $130 per month with our Ministry Matching Scholarship.
  • Corban will match 50% of what your church contributes toward your tuition, up to $800 per residency.
  • Total tuition: $12,450.
  • Payment plans available.

Additional costs to plan for include travel, housing, food, books and thesis-project and graduation fees.

Tuition and Fees

Doctor of Ministry $415

Cost per credit hour for the Doctor of Ministry (30 semester credits).

Doctor of Ministry Fee $200

The Doctor of Ministry fee is paid per residency.

Thesis-Project Fee $1000

The thesis-project fee is paid annually for years four and five.

Thesis Continuation Fee $500

The thesis continuation fee is paid yearly after the fifth year.

Doctoral Graduation Fee $200

This is a one-time fee paid at the end of your program when you apply for graduation.

Audit (non-CUSM students) per module $500

Audit (current CUSM students) per module $400

 

Alumni Scholarship

Post-graduate students who have previously completed any undergraduate, licensure, or other graduate program at Corban University, Western Baptist College, or Northwest Baptist Seminary are eligible for the Alumni Scholarship. This scholarship will cover 20% of tuition costs for your Corban University post-graduate program, and is available to students starting a post-graduate program in January 2021 and forward.

This scholarship may not be combined with any other Corban scholarships or promotions. Graduate Assistants are not eligible for this scholarship.

Ministry Matching Scholarship

Corban will match 50% of scholarship money contributed toward your tuition from a church or parachurch organization up to $800 per residency.

Download the Ministry Matching Scholarship Form

Payment Plan

Talk to the Corban Financial Services Office about making monthly payments on your student account instead of paying your tuition in one lump sum at the beginning of each semester.