Financial Aid Budgets General Information
Below are the official tuition and costs for the 2013-2014 academic year. Tuition invoices are generated and collected by the University's Office of Student Accounts on a monthly basis. Increases to tuition rates occur annually and are set each spring.
Master of Science in Journalism
The 2013-2014 tuition charge for the Master of Science in Journalism program is $13,225 per quarter. The graduate Journalism program is typically 4 quarters long, unless the student elects to stay on for an optional 5th quarter to participate in the Global Journalism program, or to pursue a second capstone or another Washington, D.C. quarter.
Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications
The 2013-2014 tuition charge for the full-time Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications program is $15,040 per quarter, and the program is 5 quarters long.
The tuition charge for the PT-IMC program is $4,911 per course. Students enrolled in the PT-IMC program tend to take two courses per academic quarter.
IMC Online (Part-time)
The tuition charge for the IMC Online program is $3,744 per course. Each online course is also charged a $115 technology fee.
Additional estimated costs per quarter for room and board, travel, book and supplies, equipment and fees, etc. are:
Full-time IMC program
Additional Costs - MSJ and Full-time IMC Programs
The current estimated cost for the one-time purchase of computer hardware, equipment and software is $3,200 and is applied in the first quarter of enrollment. The current annual cost for student health insurance is $2,842 and is charged to students enrolled in fall quarter. Students admitted to Medill’s Journalism program for Summer and Winter quarters are charged a prorated amount for health insurance and are then charged for a full year at the start of the following Fall quarter.
Journalism 2013-2014 Cost of Attendance Budget - Summer Quarter Start
Journalism 2013-2014 Cost of Attendance Budget - Fall Quarter Start
Integrated Marketing Communications (FT) 2013-2014 Cost of Attendance Budget