As a metaphysical university, we are dedicated to raising consciousness through education. Toward that goal, we have worked diligently to create the highest-quality education possible in the field of metaphysics while keeping our tuition low. As a non-profit university, the tuition and fees reflect the expenses incurred in offering our online courses. Although we are on a track towards accreditation, that is a long road for metaphysical colleges and universities. Therefore, we are unable to offer government-sponsored loans and tuition assistance at this time. As a result, we have deliberately set our pricing lower than mainstream schools, making it possible for many to finance their education independently. In so doing, we hope to reach every student interested in studying with us. The good news is that when you graduate, you won’t be saddled with debt!

  • At IMU, anyone is welcome to buy one course, multiple courses or work toward a degree. A degree in metaphysics consists of 12 courses. This does not include the cost of books or supplies as required for individual courses.
  • Each course counts as 3 credits and each course is $425.
  • A full college degree at IMU is $5,100.
  • We also offer an interest-free payment plan that locks our prices in should our prices increase at any time. Payment plans start as low as $140 per month. To set up a payment plan contact us at 304-295-4411 or email us at
  • Students who sign up for a payment plan for the entire degree qualify for a 5% savings.
  • Students who pay for the entire degree up front qualify for a 10% savings.
  • These fees are subject to change at any time. A student may lock in these rates by paying in full at any time.

Refund Policy

When a student is entered into a course, they are given full access to all of the data therein. Given that IMU instructors place their lectures into the course as audio or video files, students have the ability to download the entire body information up front. Therefore it is IMU policy not to offer refunds on any of our courses once a student is placed into the course and a log in is issued nor are we able to change courses once you have logged into the course.

16 Responses to Tuition

  1. Opu says:

    I want to study a masters program in IMU. I am a Bangladeshi student & have got a bachelor degree in science. Tell me the process get myself admitted in IMU.

  2. Alycia says:

    Very nice post. I simply stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have truly enjoyed browsing your blog posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing in your feed and I’m hoping you write once more soon!

  3. Lamonte says:

    So are we allowed to pay for each course as we go then get our degree when all the course are completed? I just want to make sure I understand. Thank you for your time.

    • admin says:

      Hi Lamonte, yes, many of our students pay per course. The other option is to go on a payment plan. Many students prefer this as it keeps them on track both timewise and financially. We have payment plans that are as low as $139 a month I believe. Obviously its more than that if you want to move faster but the good news is that when you’re finished with your degree, you’re also finished paying for your degree. With so many students coming out of college with these huge debts that they pay for over the next 20 or 30 years, you can see what a great benefit this is.

      Would you like us to contact you to discuss the options?

  4. Kathleen Sweeney says:

    Upon finishing your Ordination class, will a person be able to perform the ministerial duties of a wedding, legally.

    thank you for your reply,
    Kathleen Sweeney

  5. Chris says:

    Are you required to already have a bachelors degree to get any of the degrees? I’m interested in the paranormal studies course.

    • admin says:

      Hi Chris,
      Thanks for the inquiry. At present, you do not need to have a Bachelor’s Degree to earn your Masters at IMU. Once we achieve accreditation this will almost certainly change but that is some time away and so we can certainly bring you into the IMU fold at present if you are interested. If you would like to contact me, I can be reached at 304-295-4411. I look forward to helping you to get started.

  6. Randy says:

    What if you havent gone to college at all can you still get into IMU

    • admin says:

      Hi Randy,

      We know it is non-traditional, but yes you can. For now at least. Because we are not yet accredited we have this freedom. You should know, though, that the courses are master’s level courses and not everyone can handle them. They require dedication and a significant amount of work. The other side of this, though, is that when you are done, you’ll have a quality education in an area that is very difficult to find otherwise. If you want to know more, call us at 304-295-4411 and we ill help you to determine if this is something we think you could handle.

  7. sonia coles says:

    I am very interested in animal communication and all holistic and energy fields. At present I am an holistic practitioner for humans (using a hands on modality) and have started to train to work with animals using holistic technique with hands on modality. I would like to be able to use my other senses to help give animals a better understanding and better quality of life. I am studying a B A HONS psychosocial degree as an undergraduate to understand human behaviour. Which course/s would you recommend for me to study to develop my ability in giving a better quality of life to others animal and human.

  8. Ethan William Hoopman says:

    Are prerequisite requirements in order to be enrolled in your university?

  9. Kris says:

    Hi, I want to take a college degree in metaphysics. How much will e its total course and can I do it online? do you give certification and diploma?

  10. Chris says:

    is Fasfa available for this school..or can i get government granting to attend?

  11. Julius Prater says:

    Are there any studies that integrate Tai-chi or Chi-gong, if not, could that be a thesis?

    You have a set of courses that interest me..but not in the same focus of a particular masters area…with some guidance I am sure we might come up with a plan that could evolve into a fine thesis.

    I would like ordination first…just to understand ritual as a format for interactions….then a group of courses do attract my attention such as energetic anatomy, flower of life, etc. so I may better intuit my studies in tai chi, chi gong and movement-sound and color. ie..movement with floral essences with muscle testing to evaluate techniques.
    just looking to pull some of my lifetime studies together- a focus.

    Any suggestions? Thank you again, Julius Lee

    • admin says:

      Hi Julius, It’s nice to meet you.

      And yes, we could certainly pull all of this together to make this work. We could even “go after” some teachers to get some courses up that would fill in the blanks as we go along.

      One of the cool things about IMU is that we AREN’T accredited. While most people see that as a big red flag, they are missing a big part of the picture. Because we AREN’T accredited, we have the freedom to create IMU outside of the interference of government intervention! It gives us the freedom to work with you to design a program that integrates your life’s work and the callings you have inside to design a program that fits your needs and desires.

      So yes, let’s do it. Call me and we can work out how to get you going in this direction.

      I am at 304-295-4411.


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