2021-2022 Academic Year Tuition Rates & Fees

Arts & Sciences

$1,488 per credit hour

  • Basic Science
  • Bioscience & Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Politics and Governance
  • Information Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Computer Science
Engineering

$1,488 per credit hour

  • Business of Energy
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Engineering and Management Systems
  • Engineering Science
  • Energy Systems
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
Education

$961 per credit hour

  • MA in Teaching
  • MAT Technology Education K-12
  • MAT English to Speakers of Other Languages (Online)
  • Advanced Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Online)
  • Grades 1-6 Foreign Language Elementary School Extension (Online)
  • Grades 5 and 6 Extension (Online)
Institute for Sustainable Environment

$1,488 per credit hour

  • Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Environmental Policy
Business
  • Residential MBA –†$1,488 per credit hour
  • Hybrid MBA – $1,174 per credit hour
  • Online MBA –†$1,174 per credit hour
  • Supply Chain Management, MS – $1,174 per credit hour
  • Healthcare Management, MBA – $1,174 per credit hour
  • Healthcare Data Analytics, MS – $1,174 per credit hour (Prerequisites – no cost)
  • Clinical Leadership in Healthcare Management – $1,174 per credit hour
  • Leadership in Medicine – Healthcare Management – Determined and paid through Union College
Health Fields
  • Physical Therapy – $16,349 per term
  • Physician Assistant Studies – $15,441 per term
  • Occupational Therapy – $15,441 per term
Interdisciplinary

$1,706 per credit hour

  • Engineering Management
  • Applied Data Science
  • Dual Degree MS Applied Data Science/MBA
Bioethics

$998 per credit hour

Graduate Study Fees

Grad Residential Resource Fee – $380 per term

Assessed to all full-time graduate students in residential programs. Covers operations for access to recreational facilities, fitness center, health center services, computing lab resources and related software, webinars, etc (Note: This is not a health insurance premium).

Grad Non-Residential Resource Fee* – $75.00 per term

Covers operations for access to computing lab and online resources and related software, webinars, etc.

*Resource fee: Includes guest speakers and lecturers, computer lab resources and related software, the learning management system, Echo 360 which allows asynchronous learning sessions, voice thread and other online related services, library and database access, and free transcripts for life.

Applying for Financial Aid

Graduate students enrolled in master’s and PhD level programs may finance their education through a combination of university awards and student loans. University awards are granted by each graduate school. Federal student loans are awarded and processed by the Financial Aid Office at each campus location.  US citizens and Permanent Residents who are enrolled on at least a half-time basis are eligible for federal student loans.

Financing Options & Resources
  • Clarkson University's Payment Plan
  • Federal student loans
  • Alternative student loans
  • Income Share Agreement with Vemo Education
Graduate Assistantships

The opportunity for graduate assistantships varies by program and should be discussed with the department staff and/or program coordinator directly.

Graduate Federal Student Loan Information

Information about applying for Federal Student Loans, including the terms, application steps and eligibility information may be found here.

Other Scholarship Sources

We encourage you to apply for additional scholarships. We will not reduce our scholarship/grant offer if you receive outside scholarships, unless the total amount of your scholarship money from all sources exceeds Clarkson's cost.

  • Veteran's benefits - the Yellow Ribbon Program
  • Employer tuition benefits
  • Online searches
  • Recommendations from your academic department based on your area of study
  • Potential for transfer credit or course waivers for previous study