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Master of Science in Project Management

Tuition & Financial Planning

Cost of Tuition
Veteran Services
Third Party Payment Plans
Loans
Payment Plans
Scholarships
Fellowships

Cost of Tuition

Effective Fall 2013, tuition for both campus and distance learning modes is $1,420 per credit hour not including a student association fee of $1.75 per credit hour, a $35 registration fee per semester and an optional $50 library fee. A good estimate for the entire program is $52,000, including books and fees. Students are responsible for their own transportation and accommodations for the mandatory two-day orientation and the five-day residency week.

For the most up to date information please visit the Colonial Central's website.

*Tuition rates subject to change

Veteran Services

GW was named a "military friendly" institution for 2009-10 and 2010-11 by G.I. Jobs magazine and is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Please click here for detailed information.

Third Party Payment Plans

Students can elect to participate in third party billing, where a sponsor, government agency, military branch, or company is paying your tuition bill. Third party billing authorization documents should be submitted by the 3rd week of the semester. The University does not accept sponsorship documentation that is contingent upon grades received for course work. You are responsible for all tuition and fees not covered by your sponsor.

Loans

The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) offers financial aid in the form of Federal Stafford, Graduate PLUS, and alternative loans to students who have been admitted into a graduate program at George Washington University. For a description of the loan programs, as well as an overview of applying for a loan, please visit OSFA's website.

Payment Plans

George Washington University offers a monthly payment plan through ECSI. The monthly billing plan allows payments to be spread over up to five months for each semester. In order to read about the details of this payment option please click here.

Scholarships

The School of Business offers a limited number of scholarships to students applying for the Master of Science in Project Management program. These scholarships usually cover one or two courses during the entire program, so students are encouraged to seek outside funding assistance as well. All applicants that apply by the Scholarship Application deadlines are automatically considered for the departmental scholarships.

Fellowships

The Office of Graduate Student Assistantships and Fellowships provides general information and a wide variety of assistance with graduate support opportunities. For more information on job and fellowship opportunities, please visit its website.


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