US Citizens & Permanent Residents
This chart reflects the estimated annual expenses for graduate students in education* enrolled for 9 or more semester hours for the fall and spring semester.
|Tuition & Fees**||
Students with assistantships
Students holding an assistantship (quarter-time or more) are classified as residents for fee purposes for the terms during which their appointments are held and any adjacent Summer Sessions in which they are enrolled. They are not assessed a technology fee.
Students holding a quarter-time or more teaching or research assistantship (covered by the COGS bargaining unit) are assured a minimum tuition scholarship of $9,425 per year. This does not include scholarships for Summer Session enrollment. Rates are based on a registration of 9 semester hours (or more) and are prorated as necessary.
* This includes students in the following degree programs:
- Department of Teaching & Learning
- Art Education (MA or PhD)
- Curriculum & Supervision (MA or PhD)
- Developmental Reading (MA)
- English Education (MA or MAT)
- Foreign Language & ESL Education (MA, MAT, or PhD)
- Language, Literacy & Culture (PhD)
- Mathematics Education (MA or PhD)
- Science Education (MS, MAT or PhD)
- Social Studies Education (MA or PhD)
- Special Education (MA or PhD )
- Rehabilitation & Counselor Education
- Counselor Education & Supervision (PhD)
- Couple & Family Therapy | (PhD)
- Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling (MA)
- Rehabilitation Counselor Education (PhD)
- School Counseling (MA)
- Educational Policy & Leadership Studies
- Educational Leadership (MA, EdS or PhD)
- Higher Education & Student Affairs (MA, EdS or PhD)
- School Curriculum & Assessment Policy (EdS)
- Schools, Cultures, & Society (MA or PhD)
- Psychological & Quantitative Foundations
- Counseling Psychology (PhD)
- Educational Measurement & Statistics (MA or PhD)
- Educational Psychology (MA or PhD)
- School Psychology (PhD)
**This includes the following fees: technology, activities, services, student union, building, recreation, arts & cultural events, professional enhancement, health, and mental health.
*** Living expenses reflect the estimated annual student costs of housing, transportation, food, and other personal expenses based on federal financial aid guidelines (family expenses not included), according to the UI Office of Student Financial Aid.