Graduate tuition and fees at The George Washington University are comparable to the national average for private universities. These costs, set by the GW Board of Trustees, generally increase from year to year and may vary by program and location.
Tuition is made up of many variables, so all calculations below are estimates based on current tuition rates and fee structures. Credit-hour costs may change each year (usually summer semester) and fees adjust depending on the courses taken and the rate at which you complete your coursework. Please use the following information as an approximate tuition amount based on current information and not your final investment which will appreciate over time.
12 courses, 3 credits each
(typically completed in 16 months)
36 credits @ $995/credit hour
(includes text books)
4 registration sessions @ $35 each
Tuition + fees:
|Other costs to consider:|
|Matriculation fee (one time):
|For a detailed list of fees please refer to The George Washington University Bulletin -- Graduate Programs 2008-2009.|
Thinking about applying for Stafford or alternative education loans to finance graduate school? For the most recent financial aid information, see Graduate Financial Aid loan information on the Web at www.gwired.gwu.edu/finaid-g.