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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Non-Resident International Tuition, Fee and Tax Rates To Be Effective
Fall Semester 2018 and Spring Semester 2019

All Rates Below are Preliminary

Students are assessed tuition and fees each semester on the basis of their level, class, residency status, and number of credits carried. Tuition is assessed on a per credit-hour basis except for graduate-professional students who are assessed on a semester basis and selected masters program students who are assessed on a semester, annual, or program basis and beginning with 2014-15 will differentiate between "Core" and "Professional and Other" units. Units are listed below in footnote 1.

Lifelong Education students are not assessed the International Student Fee and are not assessed Student Taxes. Lifelong Education students in certain programs may be assessed the $25.00 international registration fee. Lifelong Education students in certain online courses may be assessed additional tuition fees of up to $150 per credit hour which are not reflected below.

NOTE: Certain courses may be assessed additional section fees, such as certain kinesiology courses, that are not reflected in the Tuition, Fees, and Student Voted Taxes tables below. Further information regarding additional section fees can be found in the Schedule of Courses in the course description content.

Graduate Students

TUITION (per credit-hour basis) NON-RESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL
Core Units
Masters $1,484.50
Doctoral 1,484.50
Professional and Other Units
Masters $1,484.50
Masters - College of Engineering 1,578.00
Doctoral 1,484.50
Doctoral - College of Engineering 1,578.00
Graduate Certification 968.25
Graduate Lifelong Education 968.25

1 Core units: Arts and Letters, Natural Science, Social Science, University Undergraduate Division, Lyman Briggs, James Madison, Residential College in Arts & Humanities, and Communication Arts & Sciences.
Professional and Other units: Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Eli Broad, Education, Music, Engineering, Osteopathic Medicine, and Human Medicine.


STUDENT FEES (per semester) NON-RESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL
Graduate Student Fee - Part Time 2 $37.50
Graduate Student Fee - Full Time 75.00

2 Part-time is 4 credits and below


SPECIAL PROGRAM FEES (per credit-hour basis) NON-RESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL
Education Specialists & Doctoral Programs $1,517.50
M.A. & M.S. in the College of Education 1,517.50
M.S. in Accounting Not Available

ON-LINE PROGRAMS SPECIAL PROGRAM FEES (per credit-hour basis) NON-RESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL
On-line Clinical Laboratory Sciences/Biomedical Laboratory Operations Masters Not Available
On-line Criminal Justice Masters (includes Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis and Judicial Administration programs) Not Available
On-line Education Masters Not Available
On-line Educational Psychology and Educational Technology Hybrid PhD Not Available
On-line Family Community Services Masters through Great Plains IDEA Not Available
On-line Food Safety Masters Not Available
On-line Foreign Language Teaching Masters Not Available
On-line Human Resource Management & Development Graduate Certificate Not Available
On-line Integrative Pharmacology Masters Not Available
On-line Leadership & Managing Teams Graduate Certificate Not Available
On-line Management, Strategy and Leadership Masters Not Available
On-line Packaging Masters Not Available
On-line Pharmacology & Toxicology Masters Not Available
On-line Pharmacology & Toxicology Graduate Certificate Not Available
On-line Public Health Masters Not Available
On-line Public Health Graduate Certificate Not Available
On-line Program Evaluation Masters Not Available
On-line Nursing M.S.N./CNS-Education Not Available
On-line Clinical Nurse Specialist Graduate Certification Not Available
On-line Strategic Management Graduate Certificate Not Available
On-line Supply Chain Management Masters - Spring 2017 Cohort $1,400.00
On-line Supply Chain Management Masters - Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 Cohort 1,450.00
On-line Supply Chain Management Masters - Fall 2018 & Spring 2019 Cohort Not Available
On-line Youth Development Graduate Certificate through Great Plains IDEA Not Available
On-line Youth Development Masters through Great Plains IDEA Not Available

SPECIAL BLOCK PROGRAM FEES - (per semester) NON-RESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL
Teacher Certification Internship Year (based on 12 credits) $17,361
Broad MBA 25,200
Human & Osteopathic Medicine 29,033
Human & Osteopathic Medicine Extended Medical Curriculum 19,365
Human & Osteopathic Medicine - Medical Scientist Training Program 20,135
Human Medicine (M.D.)/MBA Joint Degree 29,938
Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)/MBA Joint Degree 29,869
Veterinary Medicine 28,235
Veterinary Medicine Clinical Year - Fall & Spring 25,138
Veterinary Medicine Clinical Year - Summer 16,773
Veterinary Medicine - Medical Scientist Training Program 18,389

SPECIAL PROGRAM FEES - (applies to entire program) NON-RESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL
Executive MBA Program Not Available
MS in Business Analytics Not Available
MS in Finance Not Available
MS in Marketing Research - 2018 Cohort Not Available
MS in Marketing Research - 2017 Cohort $37,500
M.S.N. Nursing Anesthesia (CRNA) Program - Spring 2019 Cohort Not Available
M.S.N. Nursing Anesthesia (CRNA) Program - Spring 2018 Cohort 88,840
M.S.N. Nursing Anesthesia (CRNA) Program - Spring 2017 Cohort 85,425

STUDENT VOTED TAXES (per semester) Subject to Student Referendum AMOUNT
COGS Tax - all graduate students in degree programs $11.00
COMS Tax - all graduate professional medical students 1.50
FM Radio Tax - all degree students 3.00
State News Tax - all degree students with 6 or more credit hours 5.00

Financial Aid Awards

Those students who have applied and who are eligible for financial assistance should be aware that increases in educational costs have been provided for in their financial aid awards. For further information, students should contact the Office of Financial Aid, by phone, email, in person (Student Services Building, 556 E. Circle Dr Rm 252), or through their web site at www.finaid.msu.edu.

Important Note

The University reserves the right to make changes in the types, structures, and rates for fees, deposits, tuition, and housing.  Every effort will be made to give as much advance notice as possible.


QUICK LINKS
OFFICE ADDRESS
Hannah Administration
426 Auditorium Road
Room 140
East Lansing, MI 48824
Office Hours: M-F 8-4:45
Phone hours: M-Th 8-4:45
F 9-4:45
Cashier Hours M-F 8:30-4:30
OFFICE CONTACTS
Student Receivables
Phone: 517-355-3343
Toll Free: 800-775-4323
student.receivables
   @ctlr.msu.edu
Student Fees, Sponsored
Aid and Fellowships
Phone: 517-355-5050
student.accounts
   @ctlr.msu.edu
Short Term Loans
Phone: 517-355-3340
Fax: 517-353-9640
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