Is a flat rate of $5,946 per semester sounds good or bad if I'm taking 12 credits or more?
Hummm...that is a complicated question. Depending on a variety of variables, it may or may not be a good thing for your situation. Many people have found a flat rate tuition to be a good way of paying for their education, while other find paying by the courses a better option. You will just need to examine your financial and educational situation, and determine if attending a school that changes a flat tuition rate is a good idea.
Oh, and just to let you know the average tuition rate is around $7,000-$11,000 per semester.
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