$725 per credit
Total Instructional Fees
$26,100 (36 credits)
Students pay instructional fees course-by-course, quarter-by-quarter, at the beginning of each quarter. Course costs listed above do not include additional fees or the cost of textbooks and materials. The per-credit course fee is based on programmatic and operational costs, and may be subject to change upon annual review.
The technology fee supports the improvement of technology used by the students at the University of Washington campuses. The Student Technology Fee Committee determines the expenditure of this fee. UW students lead the committee which allocates money for technology resources for general student use. The technology fee you pay each quarter is based on the number of credits you take.
Other Required Fees
This fee supports student activities and programs such as ASUW
activities, student publications, student loan fund, Hall Health Primary Care Center, recreational sports programs, childcare, student legal services, Ethnic Cultural Center, and Student Union facilities. The fees you pay each quarter are based on the number of credits you take.
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Beginning autumn 2011, U-PASS Powered By ORCA will be a universal program for all students who pay Other Required Fees
, including students in online degree programs. The U-PASS fee will be automatically charged by UW Student Fiscal Services. Important instructions regarding the U-PASS, its activation and use, and payment deadlines are on the Commuter Services website
The quarterly U-PASS fee will separately appear in your student “Tuition Account Balance” section of MyUW
. You will not receive a mailed or e-mailed bill for the U-PASS fee. Payment is due to UW Student Fiscal Services by the third Friday of each quarter.
A nonrefundable $45 fee paid each quarter at time of registration.
Students in all fee-based programs and fee-based degrees are ineligible for the staff tuition exemption program, institutional tuition waivers and the Undergraduate/Graduate University Grant programs, including the Husky Promise program.
However, it is possible for students in fee-based programs to qualify for some federal and state grants, loans, or the work study program, as well as some departmental scholarship programs, if they take five or more credits per term. For information on federal or state aid, contact the UW Office of Student Financial Aid
Teaching Assistantships (TAs) are not available for students in the Professional M.S. Program. Individual faculty members may offer a temporary grant-funded research assistantship (RA) to their independent study students.
Also, local companies and R&D institutions sometimes offer paid internships or temporary part time jobs to PMSP students. See links on our Opportunities
page to sign up for consideration; potential employers will see the information you provide.
Last Updated: March 17, 2017