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Graduate Student Admission

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Graduate Tuition & Fees

(These are 2018-19 tuition and fees. Subject to change in 2019-2020) 

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION & THE ARTS

PROGRAM TUITION RATE
Master of Arts in Integrated Marketing Communication $800/credit
Master of Arts in Museum Studies (Florence Campus Only) * $980/credit

* Please note, students in the Museum Studies Program have additional fees


SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS

PROGRAM TUITION RATE              
Advanced Certificate in Business Analytics *This certificate does not qualify for Federal Financial Aid*   $800/credit
Advanced Certificate in Information Systems $800/credit
Master of Science in Information Systems $800/credit
Master of Science in Computer Science - Software Development  $800/credit


SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT    

PROGRAM TUITION RATE
Master of Business Administration * $800/credit
Master of Public Administration *

$800/credit

$333/credit**

Master of Science in Professional Accountancy $1,050/credit

* Please note, students in the MBA and MPA Program are assessed a $50/semester Program Fee during the fall and spring terms.

** MPA students pursuing the program in Albany, Queens, or online law enforcement/emergency service personnel receive a tuition discount.

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE

PROGRAM TUITION RATE

Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies

* Please note, students in the Physician Assistant Program have additional fees

 $1,050/credit

Doctor of Physical Therapy
* Please note, students in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program have additional fees

$1,075/credit


SCHOOL OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

PROGRAM TUITION RATE
Master of Arts in Educational Psychology $800/credit
Master of Arts in Educational Psychology-Summer Hybrid Program $333/credit
Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling $800/credit
Master of Arts in School Psychology $800/credit
Master of Arts in Teaching $800/credit

 

Things to Remember:

It is important to keep the following points in mind as you familiarize yourself with the financial aid process:

  • It is recommended that you file for aid before you are accepted by Marist.
  • File the necessary forms: do not assume you are ineligible.
  • File the FAFSA as early as you can
  • Meet all deadlines.
  • Work with your program director to develop a course plan and then review the plan with Student Financial Services to make sure you are covered for aid, if necessary.
  • You must be enrolled in at least 6 credits to be eligible for Federal Direct Loans.

 * Students who wish to enroll in the Health Insurance Program should contact the Office of Student Financial Services for further information