Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fee schedules are the responsibility of the University Bursar. All questions about costs, payment, deadlines, penalities, refunds, or student accounts should be addressed to the Bursar's office. Any information published by the University Bursar overrides any information published on the VT-MIT website.
|Tuition per credit hour: $925. Tuition per course: $2775.
Estimated total cost of the 11-course degree program: $30,525.
|Technology Fee (1-6 hours)||$18.50||Technology Fee (7 or more hours)||$37.00|
|Library Fee (1-6 hours)||$24.00||Library Fee (7 or more hours)||$48.00|
|Books and Supplies||Approximately $150 per course|
All VT-MIT courses are 3 credit hour courses. All VT-MIT students (whether resident, non-resident, or foreign nationals) pay the same tuition and fees. A student enrolled in one course per semester would pay a total of $2,738.50. A student enrolled in two courses per semester would pay $5,438.50. A student enrolled in 3 courses per semester would pay $8,177.00
**Important Notes** Additional late fees apply to students who exceed the payment deadlines. See the payment instructions for more information on when and how to pay.
Full or partial refunds are only given if students withdraw from a course within specific time periods. Please see the University Bursar Refund Policy for explanations and schedules. Be aware that students cannot receive refunds after the dates specified in the schedules.
Loans and Financial Assistance
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid can provide further information regarding federal loans. Currently only students who qualify as regular or provisional-status students qualify for federal financial aid. Students must be enrolled in at least five credits (two MIT courses) in a semester to qualify. The first step to receiving federal funds is to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students also have the option of pursing loans from private lenders.
Note: If you are applying for federal Financial Aid, you must either include your social security number on the application, or send a notarized letter to the graduate school with your social security number.
While there are currently no MIT scholarship funds available through the university, there are many independent scholarships available to graduate students in an accredited information technology master's program. You can find details on some of these awards here and we hope this information will inspire your own scholarship research.
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