Billed Charges (Direct Costs)
Direct costs include tuition cost per credit hour, plus any applicable fees.
Curriculum requirements: 30 credits. Students pursuing a Connecticut cross-endorsement will take a six-credit capstone course in addition to the core curriculum.
|Estimated Tuition - Part-Time
||Amount Per Semester
|Tuition and Fees - Fall and Spring (6 credits per semester)
|Tuition and Fees - Summer (6 credits per semester)
*Tuition and fees are subject to annual updates. Figures are based on the 2023-24 rate ($730 per credit). View a detailed breakdown of fees.
Possible Expenses (Indirect Costs)
Indirect costs are possible expenses related to the pursuit of your degree. Amounts listed for books, miscellaneous, transportation and living expenses are estimated allowances that are not part of a student’s bill. These costs are used when calculating financial aid eligibility.
||Fall and Spring*
|Books and Supplies
|Living Allowance (off campus, not with parent/guardian)
|Living Allowance (off campus, with parent/guardian)
||$157-392 based on enrollment
||$196-392 based on enrollment
|Loan Fees (avg.)
All figures are based on current allowances for the 2023-24 academic year.
*The amount reflected is per semester.
All graduate students are charged fees related to their program of study. Below is a detailed breakdown of graduate fees charged per semester. See the Direct Costs tab for full program costs.
Fees for Academic Year 2022-23
|Technology and lab fees
- $380 per semester (fall/spring) for full-time students
- $170 per semester (fall/spring) for part-time students
- $90 for summer session (full-time or part-time)
1 Student fees cover the experiences and services that complement and support academics.