Non Degree Tuition

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The Non-Degree certificate and course fee for the 2013-14 academic year is $1,010 per credit plus a non-refundable $100 per semester enrollment fee.

Tuition and fees are due in full before the start of the semester. Alumni receive a 25% discount on non-degree-related courses, unless the School has a different policy. Some courses offered through the School of Mind-Body Medicine include a residential component which costs an additional $250 or $500 per course. Unless otherwise identified, students are subject to the standard Saybrook University fee structure. All tuition and fees are subject to change.

 

Clinical Psychology, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry, and Organizational Leadership and Transformation Certificates

Clinical Psychology, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry, and Organizational Leadership and Transformation certificates are offered for academic credit at $1,010 per credit plus a non-refundable $100 per semester enrollment fee. All Clinical Psychology, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry, and Organizational Leadership and Transformation certificates are 16 credits. Residential Conferences may be required for some certificates.

 

Mind-Body Medicine Certificates

Mind-Body Medicine certificates are offered for academic credit or without academic credit (at a reduced cost). All students must attend the Residential Orientation ($450) in their first semester. Students must pay a non-refundable enrollment fee of $100 each semester.

Certificate Program Cost with Academic Credit (1) Cost without Academic Credit (1)(2)
Biofeedback & Neurofeedback $16,160 $4,500
Clinical & Applied Hypnosis $16,160 $4,500
Health & Wellness Coaching $16,160 $4,500
Mind-Body Medicine $16,160 $8,500

(1) Some courses have a mandatory Residential Conference (RC) component. RCs cost $250 for 1-2 day conferences and $500 for 5 day conferences, per course. 

(2) This cost may be paid in two installments; 1/2 at the beginning of the first semester and 1/2 at the beginning of the second semester.