Floral artistry and management Tuition and fees

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Tuition and fees

Tuition does not include fresh flowers and supplies needed for certain courses.

Part time student

credit hours
tuition per credit hour
(Part time)
estimated program cost
(Part time)

These estimates are for illustrative purposes only and are based on academic year 2024-2025 information.

Part time

Students who take 1-11 credit hours pay $647.90 per credit hour.

Full time

Students who take 12-18 credit hours pay a plateau (a flat rate charge) of $7,770.00 per semester. Students who take 19 hours or more will pay the plateau rate for 18 hours and be charged a per credit hour rate for each hour above that.

Additional costs

These estimates do not include your application fee, textbooks or course materials. Additional fees may apply. Course fees vary from department to department. Your actual program costs will vary from these estimated totals.

Nonresident tuition

Estimates are for Missouri residents and do not include a nonresident fee of $122.90 per credit hour (if applicable).

Financial aid

Undergraduate certificates must require at least 16 credit hours to meet the minimum requirements for federal financial aid eligibility.

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The University reserves the right to increase or decrease the fees charged for attendance and other services at the University when the Board of Curators considers it in the best interest of the University to do so. Any increase in fees must be approved by the Board of Curators not less than thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of the academic term (semester, etc.) to which these fees will be applied. Any change in fees will be effective irrespective of whether fees have or have not been paid by or on behalf of a student prior to the effective date of the modification. For more information on tuition and fees, visit the Office of Cashiers.

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This program is administered by the Division of Plant Science & Technology