Gonzaga University, located in Spokane, Washington, is a not-for-profit Jesuit University. It was founded in 1887 and since then has been offering affordable education. In fact, the university has ranks 37th in the category of "Best Value Private Universities", according to Kiplingers Personal Finance. The university has also been ranked by the US News and World Report, Princeton Review, and Forbes Magazine to be among the best colleges in the West, even the whole nation.
Online degree programs currently offered at Gonzaga University is as follows:
Master's in Organizational Leadership
Master's in Communication and Leadership
Master's in Nursing (MSN)
RN to MSN
Master's in Nursing Education
Servant Leadership Certificate
Admission requirements at Gonzaga University is as follows:
completed application form
$50 application fee
official transcript from all colleges and univeristies attended
2 letters of reference
one-page personal statement or letter of intent
graduate entrance exam test scores
Tuition at Gonzaga University for AY 2010-2011 is listed as follows:
Undergraduate programs: $850 per credit hour
Bachelor of General Studies: $470 per credit hour (regular); $615 per credit hour (accelerated program)
Master's programs: $775 per credit hour
Doctoral programs: $830 per credit hour
School of Law: $1044 per credit hour
Note that tuition for online graduate programs are the same as on-campus programs.
When it comes to financial aid, Gonzaga University encourages its students to apply for Federal Student aid in order to make the cost of education more affordable.
Gonzaga University is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools (NWCCS) and a member of the Jesuit Education Network.