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Career and Technical Student FAQs
Get answers to your questions about career and tech programs at Franklin University.
Q. How much is tuition at Franklin University?
A. Franklin’s competitive tuition rates help you invest in your future by keeping your education affordable.
Q. Is Financial Aid available?
A. Yes. Our helpful Financial Aid staff is committed to helping you pay for your education.
Q. How long will it take to finish my bachelor's degree?
A. When you are finished with your training at your career technical school, you will receive up to 24 hours of technical credit. That will leave you with 100 hours to complete, which takes most students about 3 years. However, if you have earned credits from your local community or technical college, you may be able to transfer those credits toward your degree at Franklin, and the number of required courses may be reduced.
Q. Do you have to be logged on at a certain time for online?
A. Online classes at Franklin are primarily self-paced, with deadlines for assigned projects specified in advance. Your instructor may host live discussion sessions through Franklin Live!, which would require you to log on at a specific time.
Q. Is there an application deadline?
A. Franklin starts classes three times a year, and accepts applications at any time. Submit your free online application today!
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