The M.S. in Data Journalism takes 12 months to complete.
See Scholarships and Financial Aid for information on financing your journalism education.
|Health Services Fee||$1,671|
|University Facility Fee||$1,482|
|Document Fee (one-time)||$105|
|Technology Fee (one-time)||$1,200|
|Application Fee (nonrefundable)||$100|
|Enrollment Fee (nonrefundable)||$1,000|
|TOTAL University Charges||$106,282|
|Estimated Living Expenses|
|Books & Supplies||$3,360|
|Monthly estimated living expenses||$3,436|
|TOTAL estimated living expenses for 12 months||$41,232|
|TOTAL Estimated Cost of Attendance||$147,514|
Dual degree students: Students in dual degree programs with business, international affairs, law and religion pay Journalism School tuition during their J-School year and the other school's tuition when in residence there. The cost of attendance for the dual degree with Computer Science is outlined here.
NOTES ON ADDITIONAL COSTS NOT INCLUDED:
- Lab and equipment fees for video and photography classes can run between $50 to $275 per class.
- Students borrowing federal student loans should factor the loan fees into the total cost of attendance.
- Students holding a non-resident visa will be charged an International Services Charge each term. This fee supports the University’s services to international students.
- The estimated living expenses provide for a moderate standard of living in New York. During the academic year students may incur some unanticipated expenditures, such as unreimbursed medical expenses. We encourage students to contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid as needed to request a review of their individual budgets for possible adjustments that may allow for additional borrowing through various educational loan programs. Please note that to help with the review, we will ask you to fill out a Budget Increase form and to submit appropriate documentation.