Undergraduate Tuition for 2023-2024 Academic Year

The figures shown below apply to the 2023-2024 academic year only, unless otherwise indicated. Tuition is reviewed and adjusted each year. The University reserves the right to change tuition and fee charges if circumstances require such action.

  • Learn more about how Duquesne helps to make education affordable, including scholarships and financial planning conversations.
  • Per credit charges apply in semester course loads under 12 credits, considered part-time. Course levels greater than 18 are charged the flat rate plus a per credit charge for each credit in excess of 18.
Undergraduate Programs Two Semesters (Fall/Spring)*
Liberal Arts, Education, Business, Spiritan Division, Nursing, Natural & Environmental Sciences, BS Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Spiritan Division, BS/BA Public Health, Health Sciences (SS) and Health Administration $47,146
Health Sciences Professional Programs $54,154
Pre-Professional Pharmacy (Years 1-2) $49,546
Music $52,458
Nursing - Second Undergraduate Degree**
12 month option:
16 month option 1 selected prior to program start
16 month option 2 selected BEFORE the second semester begins

$60,876 +  $3,680 fee ($1,840 per semester)
$60,884 +  $160 fee (fall only)
$65,955 +  $160 fee (fall only)
Doctor of Pharmacy- On Campus and Online (Years 3-6) $1,842 per credit   

*Certain programs do require a summer enrollment not included in the amounts listed above. Please refer to your curriculum for clarification.

**All second degree nursing students are billed a technology fee that is divided between the fall and spring terms. Students in the 16 month programs are billed an additional technology fee for the additional semester of study.

Understanding College Costs

Comparing college costs is a complex process. Your actual cost of education depends on the academic scholarships and financial aid that you qualify for, the program you attend, whether you live on campus, off campus and how far you commute.

In many cases, the net cost of a Duquesne education is similar to state-related institutions in Pennsylvania. The Cost of Attendance chart shows estimated full-time enrollment costs before any scholarships and financial aid are applied.

We also provide payment plans to help budget each semester's charges over several months.

Helpful Links

Undergraduate Admissions

Affordability Resources

Financial Aid

Net Price Calculator (NPC): Prospective undergraduate students only