Tuition and Financial Aid
Students enrolled in the online Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) program are charged tuition on a per unit basis. The current rate of tuition for 2018–2019 is $1,404 per unit, plus additional university fees.1 Please keep in mind that tuition rates are re-evaluated each year.
|PROGRAM TRACK||NUMBER OF UNITS||ESTIMATED COST|
|M.S.T. in Childhood Education||36||$55,105|
|M.S.T. in Childhood Special Education||45||$67,741|
Keep in mind that this is only an estimate, as tuition rates and fees may change. Students will also be responsible for fees and travel expenses related to completing the workshops required for graduation.
Fordham University requires that all students carry health insurance, either through the university or an alternative provider. You will be automatically enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) unless you demonstrate that you have other coverage and request to waive coverage under the SHIP program. Detailed information on this requirement, including costs, may be found online here.
The Graduate School of Education is currently offering students the opportunity to be considered for a $10,000 scholarship for the August 2018 cohort. This scholarship will be awarded to a select number of aspiring elementary educators who are committed to inspiring students and addressing the challenges of 21st-century learners.
Students will be considered for scholarships based on their application for admission; no separate application is necessary.
When evaluating how to pay for your master’s degree, consider a number of resources available to you, including federal financial aid programs, external scholarships, and student loan programs.
Learn more about available student loans:
Applying for Federal Student Aid
In order to apply for federal student aid, including student loans, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Fordham University’s school code is 002722. Remember that you should complete the FAFSA each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal student aid.