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Tuition, Fees, and Estimated Costs

Fisher has crunched the numbers, and offers you a breakdown of the costs associated with earning your graduate degree.

Academics and reputation aren’t the only factors that go into choosing a graduate school. That’s why the College is committed to putting the cost of obtaining an advanced degree in reach of every prospective graduate student.

Graduate Cost of Attendance 2019-20

Part-time Graduate Students

The following numbers are based on taking six (6) credits in the fall and six (6) credits in the spring in a master's program (excluding MBA) at $975 per credit hour. See below for specific master's and doctoral program costs.

Graduate Cost of Attendance
  Off Campus Living with Family
Tuition $11,700 $11,700
Fees $180 $180
Living Allowance (estimate) $12,650 $1,500
Books (estimate) $1,100 $1,100
Transportation (estimate) $600 $600
Personal (estimate) $900 $900
Estimated Cost of Attendance $27,130 $15,980

Note: The College bills directly for tuition and fees. Books, transportation, and personal expenses shown above are average costs and are not included on the semester bill.

Master's Programs

  • MBA - $1,160 per credit hour
  • All Other Programs - $975 per credit hour

Doctoral Programs

  • Pharmacy - $41,466 total fixed costs for the year
  • Executive Leadership (Ed.D.) - $1,435 per credit hour
  • Nursing Practice (DNP) - $1,365 per credit hour

Figures are subject to change without notice.

For more information, refer to the Student Accounts Graduate Tuition and Fees page.

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