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Program Costs

The estimated  total cost for attending our MS in Professional Accounting program for the 2020-2021 academic year is detailed in the chart below. This chart is based on a student taking 18 credits in year one and 12 credits in year two. Your actual costs will vary based on the number of credits you take each semester and how many semesters you take to complete the program. You must take at least 9 credits for each of your first three semesters to maintain a full-time graduate student status.

The amount of your tuition bill each semester will vary according to the number of credit hours for which you register. The basic graduate tuition rate for the 2020-2021 academic year is US$ 1,683 per credit hour.

2020-2021 rates*

1st Year (18 credits)

Tuition - $30,294

Living Expenses (rent, utilities, food) - $16,283

Books and Supplies - $956

Health Insurance - $1,730

Transportation - $1,598

Whitman School Technology Fee - $400

Student Activity/Health & Wellness Fees - $883

Total Cost (Nine Months) - $52,144

 

2nd Year (12 credits)

Tuition - $20,196

Living Expenses (rent, utilities, food) - $16,283

Books and Supplies - $956

Health & Insurance - $1,730

Transportation - $1,598

Whitman School Technology Fee - $400

Student Activity/Health & Wellness - $883

Total Cost (Nine Months) - $42,046

* Tuition and fees are subject to change at the discretion of Syracuse University. The 2020-2021 cost of attendance will be posted on the Bursar's website in mid Spring 2020.

 

Financial Aid is available to full-time Whitman MS in Professional Accounting students at Syracuse University, primarily offered in the form of scholarships, fellowships, assistantships, and loans.

Off-Campus Housing

There is no on-campus housing available for graduate students. We recommend students use the Office of Off-Campus and Commuter Services (OCCS) as a resource when searching for off-campus housing. The OCCS is designed to help students with the transition into Syracuse University and the broader community and to continue to assist them until graduation. 

The OCCS provides information on everything related to off-campus living, from transportation, apartment hunting, and leasing to healthy living, recycling, and safety. This information and more can be found at the OCCS website.

For any questions involving off-campus living or commuting, contact the Office of Off-Campus and Commuter Services at offcampus@syr.edu or (315) 443-5489.