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Graduate Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are assessed based on the number of credit hours of enrollment, Ohio residency and program. The tuition schedules below do not include special class fees. Ohio University reserves the right to make, without prior notice, any fee adjustments that may become necessary.

Athens Graduate Tuition

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Tuition Schedule (per semester)

Credit Hours Instructional Fee General Fee Ohio Resident Total Non-Resident Fee Out-of-State Resident Total
Beyond 18 Hours: Resident Fee is $334 per hour and Non-Resident Fee is $628 per hour.
1 505 78 583 496 1,079
2 1,010 156 1,166 992 2,158
3 1,515 234 1,749 1,488 3,237
4 2,020 312 2,332 1,984 4,316
5 2,525 390 2,915 2,480 5,395
6 3,030 468 3,498 2,976 6,474
7 3,535 546 4,081 3,472 7,553
8 4,040 624 4,664 3,968 8,632
9-18 4,094 628 4,722 3,996 8,718

Technology Fees (by college)

Credit Hours Arts & Sciences Business Communication Education Engineering & Technology Fine Arts Health Sciences & Professions Voinovich School
1 10 16 16 9 16 13 6 7
2 20 32 32 18 32 26 12 14
3 30 48 48 27 48 39 18 21
4 40 64 64 36 64 52 24 28
5 50 80 80 45 80 65 30 35
6 60 96 96 54 96 78 36 42
7 70 112 112 63 112 91 42 49
8 80 128 128 72 128 104 48 56
9-18 97 150 139 80 150 112 52 60

Student Info / System Network Fee

Credit Hours Amount
1 4
2 8
3 12
4 16
5 20
6 24
7 28
8 32
9-18 33
Regional Graduate Tuition

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Tuition Schedule (per semester)

Credit Hours Instructional Fee General Fee Ohio Resident Total Non-Resident Fee Out-of-State Resident Total
Beyond 18 Hours: Resident Fee is $334 per hour and Non-Resident Fee is $628 per hour.
Zanesville Campus students are charged an $8 security fee.
1 505 3 508 19 527
2 1,010 6 1,016 38 1,054
3 1,515 9 1,524 57 1,581
4 2,020 12 2,032 76 2,108
5 2,525 15 2,540 95 2,635
6 3,030 18 3,048 114 3,162
7 3,535 21 3,556 133 3,689
8 4,040 24 4,064 152 4,216
9-18 4,094 27 4,121 171 4,292

Student Info / System Network Fee

Credit Hours Amount
1 4
2 8
3 12
4 16
5 20
6 24
7 28
8 32
9-18 33
Athens Residence Halls and Meal Plans

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Non-OHIO Guarantee Residence Hall Rates 2020-21

Residence Hall Room Type Rate per Semester
See Housing & Residence Life for more information on residence halls.
Single 3,844
Renovated Single & Suite Single 4,095
Standard Double 3,131
Renovated Double 3,336
Multi-Occupancy 2,921
Renovated Multi-Occupancy 3,112
Suite Double & Triples 3,550

Non-OHIO Guarantee Meal Plan Rates 2020-21

Residential Meal Plans Rate per Semester
See Culinary Services for meal plan descriptions.
10 Meal Plan 1,809
14 Meal Plan 2,094
20 Meal Plan 2,236
14 Meal Plan — Flex 2,768
20 Meal Plan — Flex 3,088

Fall 2020-21 Phase 1 Residence Hall & Meal Plan Rates (8/24/20 - 11/21/20)

Room/Meal Plan Type Rate per Semester Phase 1 Adjustment Phase 1 Cost
*All Housing billed as a Suite Double Triple across all cohorts based on 2020-21 cohort rates.
See Housing & Residence Life or Culinary Services for descriptions.
Suite Double Triple Room* 4,144 777 3,367
10 Meal Plan (second year and above) 1,809 209 1,600
14 Meal Plan 2,094 242 1,852
20 Meal Plan 2,236 258 1,978
14 Meal Plan — Flex 2,768 319 2,449
20 Meal Plan — Flex 3,088 356 2,732

 

Fall 2020-21 Phase 2 Residence Hall & Meal Plan Rates (9/27/20 - 11/21/20)

Room/Meal Plan Type Rate per Semester Phase 2 Adjustment Phase 2 Cost
Housing billed based on 2020-21 cohort rates and will be single room at a double rate based on hall type.
See Housing & Residence Life or Culinary Services for descriptions.
Double 3,654 1,827 1,827
Renovated Double 3,895 1,948 1,948
Suite Double 4,144 2,072 2,072
10 Meal Plan (second year and above) 1,809 854 955
14 Meal Plan 2,094 989 1,105
20 Meal Plan 2,236 1,056 1,180
14 Meal Plan — Flex 2,768 1,307 1,461
20 Meal Plan — Flex 3,088 1,459 1,629

 

 

These programs have tuition that varies from the Athens and Regional Campus amounts. Spouse, domestic partner, and/or child of Ohio University employees are not eligible for the university Employee Educational Benefits for Partner Programs

 

College of Business

Professional MBA (MB6159, MB6160, MB6161, MB6162, MB6169, MB6170, MB6171, MB6172, MB6185)
MBA Online (MB6152, MB6153, MB6154, MB6155, MB6157, MB6166, MB6167, MB6168, MB6186)
Full-time MBA (MB6123)
Full-time MBA (MB6123) *Effective Fall 21/22

Professional Masters of Sport Administration (MS8161)
Master of Sports Administration (MS8112)
Dual MBA/Master of Sports Administration (MB6141, MS8149)
Masters in Athletic Administration (MS8162)
Masters in Athletic Administration (MS8162) *Effective Fall 21/22

Professional Masters of Accountancy (MY6165, MY6104, MY6107)
Online Masters of Accountancy (MY6164, MY6103, MY6106)
Full-time Masters of Accountancy (MY6163, MY6102, MY6105)
Master’s in Business Analytics - Online (MB6173)
Online Master of Science in Management (MS6100)
Professional Masters of Business Analytics (MB6174)

Certificates
College of Business Certificates (ND9995, CTBACG, CTBVCG, CTFING, CTMLCG, CTOAMG, CTSSLG, CTBALC, CTHRMG, CTABAG, CTEMHP)
          Business Analytics Certificate (CTBACG)
          Business Venturing Certificate (CTBVCG)
          Finance Certificate (CTFING)
          Management and Leadership Certificate (CTMLCG)
          Operations and Supply Chain Management Certificate (CTOAMG)
          Strategic Selling and Sales Leadership Certificate (CTSSLG)
          Business Analytics Leadership Certificate (CTBALC)
          Human Resources Management Certificate (CTHRMG)
          Advanced Business Analytics Certificate (CTABAG)
          Executive Management for Healthcare Professionals Certificate (CTEMHP)

 

College of Health Sciences & Professions

Masters in Health Administration (MH8157)
Master of Physician Assistant Practice (MP6356)
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DP8140)
Dietetics Internship Master’s Program (MS6473)
Master of Science in Athletic Training (Professional) (MS8174)
Post-Professional Master of Athletic Training (MS8130) *Effective Fall 21/22
Doctor of Athletic Training (DA8183) *Effective Fall 21/22

Master of Arts Speech-Language Pathology (MA5326, MA5379)
Master of Arts Speech-Language Pathology (MA5326, MA5379) *Effective Fall 21/22

Doctor of Clinical Audiology (AU5317, AU5378)
Online Master of Public Health (MP8175)
Master of Global Health (MG8172)
Master of Global Health Blended (MG8173)
Master of Social Work (Advanced Standing) (MS6606)
Master of Social Work (Foundations) (MS6607)
Master of Integrated Health Studies (MI6475)

Master of Integrated Health Studies (MI6475) *Effective Fall 21/22
Master's in Food and Nutrition Sciences (Online) (MS6476) 
Master's in Food and Nutrition Sciences (Online) (MS6476) *Effective Fall 21/22
Physiology of Exercise-Clinical Masters (MS8147) *Effective Fall 21/22

Nursing Programs
Online Masters of Science in Nursing - Nurse Educator (MS1225)
Online Masters of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner (MS1224)
Online Masters of Science in Nursing - Nurse Leader (MS1240)
Online Masters of Science in Nursing - Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) (MS1236)
Online Masters of Science in Nursing - Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (MS1238)
Doctor of Nursing Practice BSN to DNP (DN1235)
Doctor of Nursing Practice MSN to DNP (DN1234)

Masters of Science in Nursing Hybrid (ED/Admin Track) (MS1215)
Masters of Science in Nursing Hybrid - Family Nurse Practitioner (MS1214, ND1214)

Certificates
College of Health Sciences & Professions Certificates (CTHCLG, CTCING, CTVHCG, CTGLHG, CTHPCG, CTNLCG)
College of Health Sciences & Professions Certificates (CTHCLG, CTCING, CTVHCG, CTGLHG, CTHPCG, CTNLCG) * Effective Fall 21/22
Online Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Certificate (CTFNPG)
Online Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Certificate (CTFNPG) *Effective Fall 21/22

Online Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate (CTPMHN)
Online Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate (CTPMHN) *Effective Fall 21/22

Online Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) Certificate (CTANPG)
Online Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) Certificate (CTANPG) *Effective Fall 21/22

Online Nurse Educator Certificate (CTNEDG)
Online Nurse Educator Certificate (CTNEDG) *Effective Fall 21/22
Athletic Training Residency Certificate (CTATRG) *Effective Summer 20/21

Patton College of Education
Russ College of Engineering and Technology

Masters in Engineering Management (ME7266)
Masters in Electrical Engineering (MS7272)

Masters in Electrical Engineering (MS7272) *Effective Spring 2021
Masters in Civil Engineering (MS7271)

Masters in Civil Engineering (MS7271) *Effective Spring 2021
Master of Science in Project Management (MS7476) 

Certificates
Electronic Navigation Certificate (CTENCG)
Masters in Engineering Management Certificates (CTLSSG, CTEMCG, CTELCG, CTISEG)

          Certified Lean-Six Sigma Certificate (CTLSSG)
          Engineering Management Certificate (CTEMCG)
          Engineering Leadership Certificate (CTELCG)
          Engineering Analytics Certificate (CTISEG)
Project Management Graduate Certificate (CTPMCG)
Project Management Graduate Certificate (CTPMCG,ND9854) *Effective Fall 21/22

Fee Descriptions

Tuition-Related Fees

Instructional Fee: This required fee covers costs associated with instruction and is a component of tuition.

General Fee: The general fee is a required component of tuition, and it provides funding for non-instructional student services. The fee is charged to every student who is enrolled in at least one class. The services and activities supported by the fee promote students' emotional and physical well-being, as well as their cultural and social development outside the classroom.

Non-Resident Surcharge: This required fee applies to all students who do not qualify for Ohio residency. It is used to fund those instructional costs the state pays for on behalf of qualifying Ohio residents.

Program Fee: The program fee is a required component of tuition. This fee is program-specific, and it provides funding for educational components of the program. Consult with the program director for additional information. Refer to the Off Campus Graduate Programs tuition schedule for a list of programs that require a program fee.

Specialized Services and Materials Fee: This required fee is program-specific, and it provides funding for specialized materials and services. This fee does not cover the cost of textbooks or basic educational supplies. Consult with the program director for additional information. Refer to the Off Campus Graduate Programs tuition schedule for a list of programs that require a specialized services and materials fee.

Technology Fee: This required fee is based on the student's college. This fee supports instructional technology used in student labs and classrooms.

Student Info System/Network Fee: This required fee applies to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in all programs. The Information System and Network fee is used to fund improved access to and assistance with information technology.

Waivable Fees

Student Health Insurance: Students enrolled on the Athens Campus for 5 or more credit hours are automatically assessed the Student Health Insurance. You may opt out of the Student Health Insurance if you already have a health insurance provider. If you are eligible to waive the Student Health Insurance, the waiver option and waiver deadline will be available on your My OHIO Student Center once your registration charges have been assessed for the term. A waiver is required only once each academic year.

WellBeing: The WellBeing Fee was created in 2008 as an optional enhancement to student health care. It works with your medical insurance to reduce the costs of health services as well as expanding student health care options on campus. Every Athens campus student is automatically enrolled at registration for the term. The waiver option and waiver deadline will be available on your My OHIO Student Center once your registration charges have been assessed for the term. A waiver is required once each term.

Student Legal Service: The Center for Legal Services is a law office for Ohio University students. Two licensed attorneys provide students with legal representation, advice, and education. CSLS also provides contract reviews, mediation services and notary service. There is no limit on the number of times students can use the service during the term. Every Athens campus student is automatically enrolled for this service at registration for the term. The waiver option and waiver deadline will be available on your My OHIO Student Center once your registration charges have been assessed for the term. A waiver is required once each term.

Note: Students enrolled in eCampus or Regional classes only are not assessed Waivable Fees.

Other Fees

Parking Passes and Violations: These charges are assessed through Parking Services. Questions regarding these charges should be directed to Parking Services (parking@ohio.edu) at (740) 593-1917. You may also pay parking violations at Parking Services.