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|Tuition per credit hour||$600|
|Fees per credit hour||$35.75|
|Total tuition and fees*||$22,887|
*Tuition and fees are based on 2018-19 rates and are subject to change.
Textbook costs vary by course, with some courses requiring no textbook purchases.
Students who enroll in Residential Summer Studio courses are responsible for their own housing, transportation, meal and personal expenditures. They also must pay a $50 fee per course to cover materials.
Students may be eligible to take out federal and/or private education loans to cover tuition and other education-related costs that might include books and supplies; room and board; personal expenses; and transportation costs. For federal student loans, you must fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to include the FAFSA school code: 001535.
If you have any questions about financial aid, please contact an advisor in the Office for Student Financial Aid. You can also visit their website for step-by-step instructions on applying for financial aid.
No scholarships are available to online MAAE students through the University of Florida, College of the Arts or the program. Many school districts, however, provide tuition waivers or reimburse teachers for professional development. We encourage all students to inquire with their employer about assistance with funding their online Art Education Master’s degree.
Students may also want to explore external funding sources including:
If you are or think you may be eligible for veteran benefits, please reach out to:
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