Graduate Students

2016-17 GRADUATE STUDENT BUDGETS - FALL, WINTER AND SPRING TERMS

On-Campus

Off-Campus

Commuter

Tuition and Fees*

$14,049

$14,049

$14,049

Room and Board

$17,331

$17,331

$4,449

Books and Supplies

$1,548

$1,548

$1,548

Transportation

$1,695

$1,695

$1,695

Personal Expenses

$2,970

$2,970

$2,970

Campus Health Insurance*

$4,365

$4,365

$4,365

Total California Resident Budget

$41,958

$41,958

$29,076

Non-Resident Tuition

$15,102

$15,102

$15,102

Total Non-California Resident Budget

$57,060

$57,060

$44,178

Notes:

1The tuition and fees posted here are estimates based on currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by increases or reductions in State funding, or other developments. Accordingly, final approved levels (and thus a student's final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.

The Tuition and Fees amount listed above includes $12,294 for tuition and student services fees and $1,221 for campus fees.

2All graduate students are automatically enrolled in and charged for the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP) unless they choose to submit an on-line insurance waiver confirming they have comparable health insurance coverage to the Health Center.

Fees are subject to change.

2015-2016 Graduate Costs



Estimated 2016-17 Budget for Master's Program in Education

 

Summer_2016

Academic_Year Summer_2017 Entire_Cost

Tuition*

$5,938

$13,362

$2,490

$21,790

Food and Housing

$6,240

$17,331

$2,204

$22,775

Books

$510

$1,548

$483

$2,541

Transportation

$336

$1,695

$204

$2,235

Personal Expenses

$576

$2,970

$380

$3,926

Total California Resident Budget

$10,600

$40,014

$5,761

$53,267

Non-Resident Tuition

$5,034

$5,034

$5,034

$5,034

Total Non-California Resident Budget

$15,634

$45,048

$10,795

$58,301

*Tuition includes graduate student health insurance.

Fees are constantly changing and beyond our control, but please plan on between $1000 and $1500 in additional costs beyond your tuition and university fees.

Master's Education Program Brochure

The Master's Education Program begins in the summer (6 weeks, full-time) and continues through the academic year (fall, winter and spring).  It finishes the following summer (4 weeks, part-time). The entire program consists of three regular academic year quarters and two mini quarters which occur during the summers.  The entire cost of the program is based on the five quarters. The program crosses two academic years since it spans over two summers.   

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