How to Apply To DKA
1. How to Apply To DKA
Get started by clicking “Apply Now” at the top right of this website.
2. Get Approved For Admission
Once you complete your application, it is reviewed by our admissions board and a decision will be made.
3. Start Your Program
Start classes towards a degree that will create change in the communities you serve.
An application to DKA requires the following from prospective students
✔ HAVE ACADEMIC DOCUMENTS FROM AN APPROPRIATELY ACCREDITED INSTITUTION AS EVIDENCED BY SUBMITTING AN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT
Depending on the program, prospective students must have a high school diploma, a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree or international equivalent from an accredited university as evidenced by submitting an official transcript from said university.
✔ A PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE
Identify a professional reference on the application who will need to fill out an online reference form.
✔ MEET THE TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS
- Reliable High Speed Internet (cable, DSL, etc.)
- Windows Vista/7/8/10 or comparable Macintosh/Linux operating system
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Word Processor (MS Word recommended)
- Personal Email Address (Gmail or similar recommended)
✔ OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
We prefer to receive official transcripts as soon as possible. During the application phase, DKA can use an unofficial transcript to initially process candidacy. Candidates must be aware, however, that final acceptance and enrollment can only happen after DKA has received and evaluated an official transcript.
Tuition & Fees
Fees are subject to change at the discretion of the University. These projected costs only include those charged by DKA for its services and do not include additional costs associated with pursuing your degree such as, but not limited to, personal internet services, travel costs, etc.
Tuition, Fees and Charges
For full tuition and fee information, including important disclosures and details, see the Catalog.
Under Graduate Tuition
EFFECTIVE (September 1, 2019) per term (in-state and out-of-state domestic and International
students) for the programs listed below:
|Physiotherapy, Network Administration||Per Credit Hour:||$302|
|Cybersecurity||Per Credit Hour:||$216|
|Business Administration–Int’l Dev.||Per Credit Hour:||$200|
|Theology –Accounting||Per Credit Hour:||$200|
*Effective February 1, 2020 – Per term (in–state and out–of–state domestic and international students at any location for the program listed above) is only for students enrolled into all distance education lab courses.
EFFECTIVE September 1, 2019 until October 12, 2021 (for all continuing and new students within those terms) – Per term (in–state and out–of–state domestic and International students) at any location for the programs listed below:
|Master of Business Administration||Per Credit Hour:||$304|
|Master of Cybersecurity||Per Credit Hour:||$304|
|Master of Science in Information Technology||Per Credit Hour:||$304|
|Fees – All students||Amount|
|Transcript Fee (No Charge first copy)||$5|
|Return Check Fee||$25|
|Duplicate ID Fee||$10|
|Diploma Reprint Fee||$50|
|Textbooks – the cost of textbooks is included with tuition||$0|
|Application Fee (undergraduate)||$0|
|Application Fee (graduate)||$75|
ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMATIC CHARGES
ADDITIONAL COSTS – DALE KIETZMAN ACADEMY
The cost of attending the University is not limited to charges that appear on students’ university accounts. Additional costs will vary by individual, but the following estimates may be helpful for planning purposes. These figures correspond to those used to determine eligibility for federal and state financial aid for a full–time student for one academic year (3 terms) in the 2020–2021 year.
|Students without dependents, living with parents||Students other than those without dependents, living with parents|
|Other Living Expenses||$2,388||$3,908|
Refund Policy Example
This is an example only. Student finances are individualized and vary from student to student.
For example, if a student’s last date of attendance in any course is day 11 of a term, i.e. he or she does not attend any course in which he or she is enrolled after day 11 of the term, he or she will be refunded 80% of his or her tuition. In this situation, the following calculation would apply:
$ 75 (application fee)
$1,332 (tuition for one four‐credit hour course)
$1,407 total charges for the course
‐$1,065.60 (the refund amount, which equates to 80% of the tuition but no refund of the application fee)
$1,407 ‐ $1,065.60=$341.40 (this is the remaining cost for the course which is the responsibility of the student. This is made up of the remaining 20% of the course tuition for the withdrawn course and the application fee which is non-refundable after the 5 day cancellation period).
A student’s notification of cancellation may be conveyed to the institution in any manner. A student has five calendar days after signing an enrollment agreement to cancel enrollment and receive a full refund of all monies paid to the institution.
A student requesting cancellation more than five calendar days after signing an enrollment agreement, but prior to beginning a course or program, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus an application fee of up to $75.
DO I HAVE TO COME TO MURRAY UTAH TO STUDY AT DKA?
No, we do not require our students to go to Pasadena at any time during their degree program.
DOES DKA OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS?
DKA, at its own discretion, may award scholarships to qualified students. To be considered for a scholarship, fill out the DKA scholarship form.. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS TO STUDT AT DKA?
- Complete and submit the online application.
- Have an appropriate degree/diploma or international equivalent from an accredited institution.
- Provide a government-issued photo ID (Driver’s license, passport, or national document).
- Submit a copy of official transcripts (these must be mailed to DKA directly from previous colleges or universities).
- Technology and computer requirements. View the full admissions requirements above.