Tuition & Fees

2013/2014 Expected Tuition & Fees - Master of Arts Justice Studies*

The cost of the MAJS program is tuition for 3 semesters. Students will be charged full-time semester tuition for the Fall and Spring semesters and a half semester's tuition for each of the two summer semesters. Mandatory fees and health insurance charges will be based on actual credit hour rates.

Courses taken for audit are charged at the same rate as for-credit courses.

MAJS students who register for more than 16 credit hours will be charged per credit hour for each credit over 16. The charges will be calculated at the student's current semester tuition rate. This applies to both courses taken for credit or audit.

Visit the Justice Studies Program web site for more information about the MAJS Program.

* The University reserves the right to adjust tuition and/or related expenses. Any changes will be announced as far in advance as possible.

Expected 2013/2014 Tuition Rates - Class of '14

Summer 2013
Fall 2013
Spring 2014
Summer 2014
NH Resident
3,375.00
6,750.00
6,750.00
3,375.00
Out-of-State Resident
6,550.00
13,100.00
13,100.00
6,550.00
New England Regional
5,062.50
10,125.00
10,125.00
5,062.50

 

Expected Mandatory Fees - Class of '14

Expected Mandatory Fees - 9-16 Credits*
2013/2014
Per Semester
Per Year
Health Services & Counseling
294.50
589.00
Memorial Union
179.50
359.00
Student Recreation
246.00
492.00
Transportation Fee
59.50
119.00
Technology Fee
91.00
182.00
Total Mandatory Fees
870.50
1,741.00

* includes GRAD 900 and GRAD 999

Expected Mandatory Fees - 5-8 Credits
2013/2014
Per Semester
Per Year
Health Services & Counseling
147.25
294.50
Memorial Union
89.75
179.50
Student Recreation
123.00
246.00
Transportation Fee
29.75
59.50
Technology Fee
45.50
91.00
Total Mandatory Fees
435.25
870.50

 

Mandatory fees are not charged for students registered for 4 credits or fewer. However, those students will be charged a technology fee of $22.75 per term.

See Information on Fees for fee details.

See Proposed Room & Board for housing and dining rates.

For information on the UNH Student Health Benefits Plan see Health Insurance.


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