What are the tuition costs for the 2017-2018 academic year?
Tuition costs for the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science for the 2017-2018 academic year are $1460 per credit hour. Most full time students take 18 credits per academic year ($26,280).
International students who are admitted without financial aid will be required to submit an original affidavit of support for $42,555 per year, which includes tuition ($26,280), living expenses ($14,400), health insurance ($1875 per year) and other fees for one year before any visa documents will be issued.
There are additional expenses for dependents, as well as traveling expenses, books and fees. Tuition and fee costs are for the 2017 -2018 academic year only and may increase for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Is financial aid available?
- The possibility for obtaining financial aid is awarded by the academic year of fall/spring.
- The deadline for aid consideration is January 15.
- We do not offer aid for the spring semester only.
- The awarding of financial aid is very competitive and limited each year to the top applicants who apply to the ISE Department by the deadline.
- To have a fair chance of being considered for a scholarship, the applicant should have scores in the ranges listed in the minimum requirements section. Most of the applicants awarded financial aid have scores significantly above the minimum range.
- Most of the applicants awarded financial aid have scores significantly above the minimum range.
Note: Master’s Degree candidates are typically self-funded, with rare funding consideration given to candidates with outstanding scientific and/or research background. Ph.D. students may be enrolled by having their own scholarship/funding from government or private sources. Ph.D. applicants with an excellent academic and research record may receive offers of acceptance that carry full funding.
Is financial aid available for international students?
International students may apply in the same manner as domestic students. We do not guarantee aid for any of our applicants. The awarding of aid is very competitive and limited.