All instruction for the Academic Year 2020-2021 will be delivered remotely until June 2021.
The program is entirely self-supporting and receives no state funding. The cost is approximately $32,000, which includes all program instruction and administrative fees. Program fees do not include books, parking, graduate health insurance, or incidentals.
- We have a Merit-Based Scholarship opportunity for U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
- Government loans are available for participants taking six (6) or more units per quarter.
- Commercial bank loans are available.
- Veterans with Financial Aid questions please click here to learn more.
- Fees apply to both California residents and non-residents, as well as international students. All fees are subject to change at any time.
Download Our Most Recent Fee Schedule (fees subject to change)
Merit-Based Scholarship (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
Each year, several merit awards will be given out to assist students with tuition expenses. Your work experience and overall admissions profile can qualify you to receive financial assistance to help offset the cost of your degree.
To apply for the award, please send the department a detailed description of your career and personal accomplishments, and why you feel you are deserving of such an award. This can include academic successes, professional successes, personal achievements, and stories. Please include information about how you plan to use the degree to further your career and share what you would like to be doing in five years. (Max 500 words – one page).
Include any and all materials that support your case. Be specific and persuasive in your document. The committee will be inclined to give awards to those applicants who best communicate their merits, accomplishments, and future plans.
Please email your essay and any supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. The scholarship application deadline is the same as the fall 2020 application deadline.