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TMI Online Cost and Financial Aid

TMI Online Program Costs

Listed below are the cost breakdowns of each component as well as some additional alternate route expenses you should be prepared to cover.  The referenced “payment dates” will be listed on a candidate’s acceptance letter, along with a third payment option.

  • Application Fee: $50
  • TMI 1 tuition (Modules A&B): $1,600
  • TMI 2 tuition (Module C Only, for candidates that complete Module B as part of TMI 1): $800
  • TMI 2 tuition (Module B & C, for candidates that have not completed Module B, i.e.e completed TMI 1 prior to 2023): $1,300

Financial Aid Options

TMI is a non-credit/non-degree seeking program.  Federal financial aid (i.e. student loans, GI Bill funding, etc.) WILL NOT cover the tuition and fees of our program.  TMI does not offer program financial aid, but we do offer payment plans.  Additionally, we can accept aid on your behalf from third parties.  Recent candidates have used funds provided by their school districts, local scholarship foundations, Americorps, workforce retraining funds from WIN Job Center, etc.

TMI Fee Payment Information

Both TMI 1 and TMI 2 candidates will make their payment(s) online. Instructions for accessing the payment system will be included on page two of each TMI 1 and TMI 2 acceptance letter. Candidates may pay in full, make payments by pre-determined deadlines, or propose a payment schedule with alternate payment deadlines.

TMI Math Educator Scholarship

Any candidate admitted with passing scores on the Praxis Subject Assessment in Math 7-12 (Praxis 5165) will be awarded a $500 per module scholarship.  Candidates without training and aptitude in the subject area should not take the exam as an attempt to earn a scholarship.  The Mathematics test content topics span the secondary mathematics curriculum including content related to (I) Number & Quantity and Algebra, (II) Functions and Calculus, (III) Geometry, and (IV) Statistics & Probability. 

You should apply if you have:

  • earned a bachelor's degree in a non-education area from a nationally/regionally accredited institution of higher learning (or are entering your final semester), and
  • possess extensive knowledge of art, biology, chemistry, Chinese, economics, English, family & consumer sciences, French, German, health, Latin, library/media, marketing, mathematics, music, physical education, physics, mathematics, social studies, Spanish, or speech communications, and
  • want a secure and rewarding career that will impact hundreds of lives,

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