Tuition, Fees, Financial Aid
By offering you a pathway to earn credit for prior Montessori teacher training, as well as a concentrated, online program of study, AM2 offers extraordinary value to Montessori educators seeking advanced learning. You'll fit graduate education into your working life and, within 7-11 months, finish a master's degree that expands your capabilities as a Montessori professional.
AM2 students also have access to the federal Direct Plus loan and other financial aid opportunities and services. See our graduate tuition and financial aid page for details.
2014-15 tuition rates
The information below offers general guidelines about the cost of attendance in the AM2 program, based on tuition and fee rates in effect for the next academic year. Because new rates go into effect every June, this information does not fully reflect costs you will pay in Summer 2015 or later. This page will be updated as new rates are announced.
You may also incur additional personal expenses beyond tuition and fees paid to St. Kate's, including travel and lodging expenses for your 2-3 day residency.
See the table below for a detailed breakdown of AM2 online Montessori program tuition and fees for June 2014–May 2015.
|On-campus learning experience|
|Housing, meals and transportation||On your own|
|Fall semester (September–December 2014)|
|Fees for recognition of Montessori credential for 9 credits||$315|
|Tuition (for 6 credits)||$3,738|
|Student fees ($30 student fee, $150 technology fee)||
|Spring semester (February–May 2015)|
|Fees for recognition of Montessori credential for 6 credits||$210|
|Tuition (for 9 credits)||$5,607|
|Student fees ($30 student fee, $150 technology fee)||$180|
The costs listed above do not include costs incurred during your 2-3 day residency (travel, lodging, etc.)