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|First-Year Students - including Peace Corps & Dual Degree|
|Second-Year Students - including Peace Corps|
|Professional Certificate Program|
|Second-Year Dual-Degree Students - MS/MAT & MS/MBA|
|Tuition (12 credits at $1139 per credits):||$13,668|
|Registration, Facilities, Graduation Fee:||fees will be applied to the MBA or MAT student account|
|Second-Year Dual-Degree Students - MS/JD|
|Tuition (14 credits at $1139 per credits):||$15,946|
|Graduate Housing - Aug 31, 2013 - May 25, 2014|
|Aug 23 - Aug 30, 2013:||$26 per day|
On acceptance of the Center’s invitation to join the program, new students pay a nonrefundable enrollment deposit of $500. This deposit is due two weeks after notification of admission and financial aid decisions. The balance of tuition and fees for the academic year is billed in two equal installments. Billing statements reflect tuition, fees, and credits for scholarships, fellowships, and approved student loans. Payments are due in the beginning of August and January for the fall and spring semesters, respectively.
If the Master's Project continues into subsequent academic years, the tuition is $1,295 per semester, unless the student has formally applied for and been granted official leave. For students who receive a deferred status or take a leave of absence, a maintenance-of-status fee of $500 per year is charged. An annual fee of $250 for all students covers registration ($100) and use of facilities ($150). Graduating students are charged a fee of $120 for preparations prior to graduation.
Student expenses vary widely depending on student choices. Below are estimated expenses that are provided to give students a sense of what to expect in terms of the cost of graduate school. Dorm housing is comparable to off-campus housing costs.