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Graduate Tuition and Fees

Fall and Spring 2014-2015

Tuition

Cox School of Business Per Credit Hour
Cox Full-time M.B.A. $22,100 flat rate +
general student fee*
Cox Professional M.B.A.
Class 57 (48 hours) (CL57) $1,331.25 + general student fee*
Class 59 (48 hours) (CL59) $1,358 + general student fee*
Class 61 (48 hours) (CL61) $1,425 + general student fee*
Class 63 (48 hours) (CL63) $1,482 + general student fee*
Class 65 (48 hours) (CL65) $1,512 + general student fee*
Class 67 (48 hours) (CL67) $1,575 + general student fee*
Class 69 (48 hours) (CL69) $1,638 + general student fee*
Class 71 (48 hours) (CL71) $1,638 + general student fee*
Class 73 (48 hours) (CL73) $1,638 + general student fee*
  Class 75 (48 hours) (CL75) $1,704 +general student fee*
Cox Executive M.B.A.
Class 35 (CL35) $19,100 flat rate
Class 36 (CL36) $19,865 flat rate
Class 37 (CL37) $20,163 flat rate
Class 38 (CL38) $20,768 flat rate
  Class 01 (TE01) $21,600 flat rate
M.S. in Entrepreneurship $1,612 + general student fee*
M.S. in Management
1-11 hours $1,612 + general student fee*
12-18 hours $20,118 flat rate + general student fee*
M.S. in Accounting
1-11 hours $1,612 + general student fee*
12-18 hours $20,118 flat rate + general student fee*
M.S. in Finance
1-11 hours $1,730 + general student fee*
12-18 hours $21,600 flat rate + general student fee*
M.S. in Business Analytics  
  1-11 hours $1,612 + general student fee* 
  12-18 hours $20,118 flat rate+ general student fee* 

Course Fees

Cox School of Business Per Term
PMBA International Course Fees
BAEX 6238 (Latin America) $975
BAEX 6239 (Europe) $1,000
BAEX 6252 (Hong Kong) $2,100
BAEX 6258 (Chile) $1,500
BAEX 6259 (Budapest) $2,100
BAEX 6260 (Prague) $2,100
FTMBA Program Fee $350
EMBA Materials Fee (CL35) $200
EMBA Materials Fee (CL36) $400
EMBA Materials Fee (CL37) $500
EMBA Materials Fee (CL38) $600
EMBA Materials Fee (TE01) $600
MSA Program Fee $250
MSF Program Fee $500
MSBA Program Fee $500 
Finance Prep Workshop $50
Stats Introduction Class $300

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences Per Credit Hour
Tuition $1,704 +
general student fee*

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Dedman School of Law Per Credit Hour
Law, J.D. (3L) admitted after fall 2004
J.D. 1-8 hours $1,678 +
general student fee*
J.D. 9-11 hours $16,358 +
general student fee*
J.D. 12-17 hours standard course load $21,813 +
general student fee*
J.D. Over 17 hours $21,813 flat rate + $1,678/TCH +
general student fee*
LL.M. (LL.M.1) admitted after fall 2000
LL.M. 1-7 hours $1,859 +
general student fee*
LL.M. 8-14 hours $21,813 flat rate +
general student fee*
LL.M. over 14 hours $21,813 flat rate + $1,859/TCH +
general student fee*

Course Fees

Dedman School of Law Per Term
S.J.D. (Law Ph.D. courses) $5,000

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Division of Enrollment Services Per Credit Hour
GR Non-Degree Credit Studies/Visiting Students $1,550 + 
general student fee*

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Hart (The Guildhall) Per Credit Hour

Certificate in Digital Game Development

Hart GH20 (GH20)
1147RA $4,800 flat rate
1147RB $4,300 flat rate
Hart GH21 (GH21)
1147RA $5,700 flat rate
1147RB $5,700 flat rate
1152RA $5,700 flat rate
1152RB $5,700 flat rate
Hart GH22 (GH22)
1147RA $7,950 flat rate
1147RB $7,950 flat rate
1152RA $7,950 flat rate
1152RB $7,950 flat rate
Hart GH23 (GH23)
1147RA $7,950 flat rate
1147RB $7,950 flat rate
1152RA $7,950 flat rate
1152RB $7,950 flat rate
Hart GH24 (GH24)
1152RA $7,950 flat rate
1152RB $7,950 flat rate

Master of Interactive Technology in Game Development

Hart GM20 (GM20)
1147RA $7,450 flat rate
1147RB $7,450 flat rate
Hart GM21 (GM21)
1147RA $7,750 flat rate
1147RB $7,750 flat rate
1152RA $7,750 flat rate
1152RB $7,750 flat rate
Hart GM22 (GM22)
1147RA $7,950 flat rate
1147RB $7,950 flat rate
1152RA $7,950 flat rate
1152RB $7,950 flat rate
Hart GM23 (GM23)
1147RA $7,950 flat rate
1147RB $7,950 flat rate
1152RA $7,950 flat rate
1152RB $7,950 flat rate
Hart GM24 (GM24)
1152RA $7,950 flat rate
1152RB $7,950 flat rate

Hart Advanced Standing

Hart GA10 (GA10) $1,200 per credit hour

Master's Thesis Tuition

Hart GT10 (GT10) $1,200 per credit hour

Course Fees

Hart eCenter Per Term
Master's students not completing program and enrolling in HGAM 6076 (for students already in program) $2,000
Technology Fee fall 2014 Cohort Only
HGAM 6201 (taken during F14 Module A) $4,400
Technology Fee spring 2015 Cohort Only
HGAM 6201 (taken during S15 Module A) $4,400
BSCS/BFA term fee (cost of technology and tuition differential)
Fall 2014 Cohort HGAM 5201 (Module A) $7,762
Spring 2015 Cohort HGAM 5201 (Module A) $7,762

Hart Exception: The technology course fee for students at The Guildhall at SMU is the responsibility of the student and is not refundable once the hardware and software provided to the student by The Guildhall at SMU is distributed to the student.

Tuition

Lyle School of Engineering Per Credit Hour
On-campus Programs $1,165 + general student fee*
Distance Education $1,350
Distance Certificates $1,350
Distance - Active Military $657
Audit $1,350
Lyle Weekend Graduate Tuition
EXE11 $1,350
EXE12 $1,390
EXE13 $1,400
  EXE14 $1,400
Monterrey Tech Master's
MTE10 $750
MTE11 $780
MTE12 $800
MTE13 $800
  MTE14 $852

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Meadows School of the Arts Per Credit Hour
Tuition $1,550 +
general student fee*
M.A. in Advertising $1,600 +
general student fee*
Master of Music (MUEDPT - MM & MUSWKSP) $500
M.A./M.B.A. in Arts Management $1,350 +
general student fee*

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Perkins School of Theology Per Credit Hour
Tuition $657 + general student fee*
Doctor of Ministry Program $785 + general student fee*

Course Fees

Perkins School of Theology Per Term
Immersion Course $500
Immersion Course Cancellation $1,500

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum. For Doctor of Ministry students, those taking part in a Theology Internship, and students in the Houston programs, the general student fee is 50% or $108.50 per term credit hour, $1,292.50 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.

Tuition

Simmons School of Education and
Human Development
Per Credit Hour
M.A. in Dispute Resolution $852
Dispute Resolution Certificate Program $852
M.S. in Counseling $852
Master of Liberal Studies $568
M.Ed in Higher Education Leadership $852
M.S. in Sports Management
1-11 hours $1,612 +
general student fee*
12-18 hours $20,118 flat rate +
general student fee*
Ph.D. in Education $1,704 +
general student fee*
Teach for America (TFA) $568
All other programs $568

Course Fee

Applied Physiology and Sport Management

APSM 2441 Anatomy Lab Fee $30
APSM 2442 Human Anatomy and Physiology II $30
APSM 3411 Exercise Physiology with lab fee $30
APSM 3422 Biomechanics with lab $30
APSM 4412 Advanced Exercise Physiology with lab $30

Education

EDU 6140 Accelerated School Leadership Prgm (Track) $150
EDU 6271 Urban School Leadership (Track) $150

Personal Responsibility and Wellness Courses

PRW11 2117 Physical Fitness:
Beginning Marathon Training
$125
PRW11 2135 Physical Fitness: Mountain Sports (Taos) $750

Wellness Program

  WELL 2115 Beginning Triathalon
$60
WELL 2122 Rock Climbing $50
WELL 2129 Golf $150
WELL 2144 Scuba $175
WELL 2153 Fencing $90
WELL 3144 Advanced Scuba $175
WELL 3341 Athletic Training $15

General Student Fee

  • Beginning fall 2014, the general student fee is $217 per term credit hour*, $2,585 maximum.

  • Students paying the maximum general student fee of $2,585 are eligible to receive the Sports Pack.

  • Students paying less than the maximum general student fee may receive the Sports Pack for an additional $90.

*Charges are based on the student's primary academic career.