Time to Level Up
As an alum, you're that much closer to your next degree.
You Have What It Takes
You’ve proven your potential by earning your degree, and being a Rasmussen University graduate has its advantages when you’re ready to pursue that next degree. Many of our programs are designed so that each degree leads directly into the next one. We’re clearing the way for you to move forward.
We love to see our alumni come back to earn a second, or even third, degree. If you’re ready to level up to that next degree, or just simply want to keep learning, then you’re ready to come back to Rasmussen University.
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Alumni Achievement Grant
Already an RN? Rasmussen alumni have an exclusive opportunity to save up to $2,100 on their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.Learn More About This Grant
"Once you get in it, it just becomes a part of who you are. It doesn't really change too much from degree to degree... It's really just doing the same thing that you're already doing, but you’re continuing to further your education."
Rasmussen University Graduate
It Pays to Continue Your Education
In general, the higher the degree, the higher the wage. Makes sense, right? Don’t take our word for it—the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) charted the median usual weekly earnings and unemployment rate by degree level.4 Not only does the median pay increase, but the unemployment rate also decreases as the degree level climbs.4
“Rasmussen allowed me to gain my Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees in ECE. I am now able to help the providers in my area provide high-quality early childhood education to the families in my community—and I love every minute of it!”
ECE Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degree Graduate
- Tuition for MBA, MHRM, MHA and MSN programs is $155 per credit ($125 per credit for MPH), excludes MSN Nurse Practitioner specializations. Students in all programs must maintain continuous enrollment to remain eligible for the tuition pricing of $155/$125 per credit. A student who withdraws and re-enrolls will be required to pay the tuition price offered at the time of their re-enrollment. Students who receive the tuition price of $155/$125 per credit cannot use any additional discounts, grants and/or scholarships. If a student needs to retake one or more courses in the degree program, the total cost of the program will exceed $10,000. Program cost breakdown: $7,440 in tuition + $2,460 in fees = $9,900 in program cost ($7,000 in tuition + $2,870 in fees = $9,870 in program cost for MPH). Program availability varies by campus and state; please see the Rasmussen University Catalog for details.
- Low-cost claim based on list of comparable programs at regionally accredited institutions at OnlineU Most Affordable Online Master's Programs, April 2021. Excludes MSN Nurse Practitioner specializations.
- eRasmussen will extend access to its online non-credit courses at no cost. eRasmussen Professional Certificate courses are available to individuals seeking professional development in the United States except in California. No prior or future commitment is required. Professional Certificates are intended for the purposes of professional development and training and are not intended to prepare individuals for entry-level employment. They are non-credit, non-accredited, non-licensed and are not intended to transfer to any institution of higher education.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Education pays” https://www.bls.gov/emp/chart-unemployment-earnings-education.htm [retrieved August 2, 2021]. Salary data represents national, averaged earnings for the occupations listed and includes workers at all levels of education and experience. This data does not represent starting salaries, and employment conditions in your area may vary.