Engineering | Graduate Programs

Graduate students 

Below are estimated costs of attendance for students who plans to live on campus. Costs will vary depending on your own circumstances. For current information, or to calculate estimated costs based on your program and plans, visit:

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Estimated Annual Expenses 2016-2017

Graduate Students Arizona Resident Nonresident International
Base Tuition & Fees* $11,668 $22,586 $24,206
Books $628 $628 $628
Supplies $426 $426 $426
Housing $8,065 $8,065 $8,065
Meals $3,348 $3,348 $3,348
Transportation $3,180 $3,180 $3,180
Personal $3,628 $3,628 $3,628
Visa Admin Fee $0 $0 $200
Health Insurance $0 $0 $1875
Temporary Surcharge $270 $0 $0
Program Fee $900 $900 $900
Estimated Total** $32,113 $42,761 $46,456

* Tuition values are based on full-time enrollment (which is 9 credits for graduates). See the Tuition & Fees Estimator for program fees and amounts different from 9 credits.

 The Student Health Insurance rates displayed above are for continuing students. The rates for new students are $867.92 in fall 2017 and $1294.92 in spring 2018.

** Tuition fees are based on the 2016-2017 academic year. Arizona State University reserves the right to increase or modify tuition and fees without prior notice, upon approval by the Arizona Board of Regents or as otherwise consistent with Board policy and to make such modifications applicable to students enrolled at ASU at that time as well as to incoming students. The Solar Energy Engineering and Commercialization program charges program-specific tuition. International students in any engineering program must take a minimum of nine credit hours to maintain student visa status.

We have provided this information as a means for you and your family to investigate the different costs that may be associated with attending ASU. Due to your personal choices, ASU’s standard allowance for some expenses may not match your actual costs.