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Cost and Financial Aid
To explore tuition costs, see Student Accounts. Make sure to select the appropriate residency status and then select “Graduate” then scroll down to “Graduate Certification” to get the cost per credit hour. The Graduate Certificate consists of nine total credits, made up by three, three-credit courses. Costs are applied each semester based on the number of credits taken.
Besides the application fee and tuition expenses, there are no additional costs associated with the Graduate Certificate. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about securing financial support as well as the Department Forest Carbon Certificate Scholarship.
Department of Forestry Scholarship Program
The Department of Forestry is pleased to announce the availability of scholarship support for off-campus Graduate Certificate participants in the amount of $1,500 each. The funds will be distributed on a ‘’per-course’’ basis – meaning that participants will receive one third (33%) of the total award in tuition support for each of the Certificate’s three courses.