Program Cost & Tuition for Graduate Studies

The program cost associated with our graduate programs includes tuition charged per credit hour and a mandatory student activity fee charged by semester. Prices shown here are subject to change each academic year.

Enrollment Deposit

A non-refundable enrollment deposit of $350 is due upon acceptance to be enrolled. This deposit will be applied to the student's first tuition bill.

Graduate School Tuition & Mandatory Fees

Program tuition and mandatory fees for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 academic years are listed below and based on student type.

Tuition

  • All Graduate Programs: $950 per credit hour
  • Graduate Certificates (15-18 hours)
  • Master's Degrees (33 hours): Includes Data Analysis & Communication and Writing & Digital Communications
  • Master's Degrees (38 hours): Includes Medical Sciences
  • Master's Degrees (60 hours): Includes Clinical Mental Health Counseling 

Mandatory Fees

  • Program Fee:  $80 per semester registered
  • Graduation Fee: $50 for graduate certificates and $150 for master's degrees

Tuition

  • Graduate (excluding Medical Sciences and Post-Bacc): $950 per credit hour
  • Medical Sciences (MDS): $1,050 per credit hour 
  • Graduate Certificates (15-18 hours): $14,250 - $17,100
  • Master's Degrees (33 hours): $31,350
    Includes Data Analysis & Communication and Writing & Digital Communications
  • Master's Degrees (38 hours) : $39,900
    Includes Medical Sciences Accelerated, Medical Sciences Online Accelerated
  • Master's Degrees (54 hours) : $56,700
    Includes Medical Sciences Traditional
  • Master's Degrees (60 hours) : $57,000
    Includes Clinical Mental Health Counseling 

Mandatory Fees

  • Program Fee:  $100 per semester registered
  • Graduation Fee: $50 for graduate certificates and $150 for master's degrees
  • Clinical Management Software Fee (Clinical Mental Health Counseling students only): $250, one-time non-refundable fee, payable on first tuition statement

Additional Expenses 

Below are possible costs that students should also consider:

Books and Supplies: Costs vary by class. Students within the Writing and Digital Communication programs should consider the purchase of a MacOS computer.

Health Insurance: Health insurance is optional for most graduate students. Graduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents are not required to obtain graduate student health insurance through Agnes Scott; however, international graduate students are required to participate in the graduate student health insurance plan offered through Agnes Scott. To enroll, graduate students should contact the Wellness Center at healthinsurance@agnesscott.edu or 404.471.7100. More information regarding plan options can be found on the Wellness Center website.

Parking Fee: Students who wish to park on campus will need to pay an annual parking registration fee of $100.


Cost of Attendance for International Students

International applicants who are applying to one of our in-person graduate programs, the Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Medical Sciences Accelerated, or Medical Sciences Traditional program, are required to submit an International Graduate Student Certificate of Finances form for their application to be complete and to be considered for an I-20 issued by Agnes Scott College. The estimated 2022-2023 annual cost of attendance below is for international graduate students and based on on program credit hours. If your spouse and/or children are accompanying you to the U.S., you must show an additional $3,000 for your spouse and $3,000 for each dependent child.

International students planning to attend one of our online programs are not eligible to be considered for an I-20 issued by Agnes Scott College and are not required to submit a Certificate of Finances form.

  • Tuition & Fees (fall, spring, and summer): $36,000
  • Living Expenses: $21,563
  • Student Health Insurance: $1,500
  • Estimated Total: $59,063*

*Cost of Attendance is based upon a 60-credit hour master’s program and is subject to change without notice. Due to rising costs, financial planning should allow for a 3 to 5 percent annual increase in living expenses and/or tuition. Funding requirements will vary for students who have been offered grants or financial aid.

  • Tuition & Fees (fall, spring, and summer): $38,550
  • Living Expenses: $21,563
  • Student Health Insurance: $1,500
  • Estimated Total: $61,613**

**Cost of Attendance is based upon a 35-credit hour master’s program and is subject to change without notice. Due to rising costs, financial planning should allow for a 3 to 5 percent annual increase in living expenses and/or tuition. Funding requirements will vary for students who have been offered grants or financial aid. 

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