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We do our best to give you accurate estimates, but please email the Office of Financial Aid at financialaid@colostate.edu to get the most precise information about your cost of attendance.

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Estimated 2020-2021 Tuition and Fees

Master of Accountancy, 30 credits

Resident   Nonresident   

Resident and Western Regional Graduation Program (WRGP) 1

Resident full-time (typically 15 credits per semester)
  Semester2 Program3 (2 semesters)
Base tuition $5,260 $10,520
Graduate differential tuition3 $5,130 $10,260
General fees $868 $1,735
Alternative transportation fee $34 $67
University facility fee $311 $623
University technology fee $25 $50
College technology fee $103 $206
Total $11,730 $23,461

Nonresident full-time (typically 15 credits per semester)
  Semester2 Program3 (2 semesters)
Base tuition $12,896 $25,791
Graduate differential tuition3 $4,905 $9,810
General fees $868 $1,735
Alternative transportation fee $34 $67
University facility fee $311 $623
University technology fee $25 $50
College technology fee $103 $206
Total $19,366 $38,732
1. Master of Accountancy is a current member of Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and part of the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP). This tuition-savings program will be evaluated for renewal in 2020-2021. Master of Finance students who are residents of the following WICHE member states may apply for WRGP and qualify for savings on out-of-state or non-resident tuition costs. The WICHE states are Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
2. Semester tuition estimates are based on typical fall and spring semesters.
3. Program tuition estimates account for a projected annual increase.
4. Graduate differential tuition is $342 per credit hour.

How We Calculate Tuition and Fees

The College of Business follows the University's graduate tuition guide and additionally charges graduate differential tuition. Graduate differential tuition helps support your student experience by enhancing classroom technology through innovation, hiring highly qualified faculty, and providing advising support, scholarships, highly equipped computer labs, and comprehensive career services.

Charges will vary, depending on the student’s actual registration, residency, and course of study. Additional University fees also may apply. Try out the University tuition and fees calculator to better understand how tuition and fees can change.

CSU reserves the right to change tuition rates without notice. Tuition rates – based on academic years – are subject to increase on an annual basis and subject to Board of Governor approval. All prices refer to U.S. currency.

All full fee-paying resident‐instruction graduate students automatically will be enrolled in and billed for CSU student health insurance. Premium information and instructions on applying for a waiver to opt out of the insurance are available for domestic students  and international students

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