Tuition and Fees

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Our goal at the University of Hartford is to help make earning your degree accessible and affordable.

Tuition and Fees 2019/2020

Master of Education in Special Education

$596 per credit hour

$50 Application fee
$30 Registration fee per semester; max $60 per year
$96 Technology fee each semester fall and spring; $25 for summer ($217 for year-round student)

$450 lab fee for each student teaching course

Active status fee (if student doesn’t register for 2 semesters in a row; often waived). Graduation fee (paid in final semester).

Master of Science in Nursing

$615 per credit hour

$50 application fee

$30 registration fee per semester

$96 technology fee each fall and spring semester; $25 for summer ($217 for year-round student)

Active status fee (if student doesn’t register for two semesters in a row; often waived). Graduation fee (paid in final semester).

Master of Science in Organizational Psychology

$645 per credit hour

$50 Application fee
$30 registration fee per semester; max $60 per year
$96 technology fee each semester for fall and spring; $25 for summer ($217 for year-round student).

Active status fee (if student doesn’t register for 2 semesters in a row; often waived). Graduation fee (paid in final semester).

Master of Education with Montessori Concentration

$596 per credit hour (or special university rate of $100 per credit hour for AMI course credits)

$50 Application fee
$350 due to MTCNE (upon receipt of AMI diploma) for AMI course-by-course translation

Active status fee (if student doesn’t register for 2 semesters in a row; often waived). Graduation fee (paid in final semester).

Master of Science in Management

$794 per credit hour

$50 Application fee

$30 Registration fee per semester / $60 per year

$96 Technology fee each semester fall and spring; $25 for summer ($217 for year-round student)

Active status fee (if student doesn’t register for 2 semesters in a row; often waived). Graduation fee (paid in final semester).

Financial Aid Opportunities

We recognize that earning a Master’s degree is a significant investment for students. Below are common paths that our students take to finance their University of Hartford online education.

FAFSA

Complete your free FAFSA form online to be considered for financial aid. The University of Hartford’s code for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is 001422.

Payment Plan

Several payment plan options are available:

Online with a checking account or credit card
Monthly payment plan
Check or money order
PLUS or alternative loan

FEDERAL STUDENT LOAN PROGRAMS

Visit www.studentaid.gov for information on what federal loans may be available to you.

EMPLOYER SPONSORSHIP/REIMBURSEMENT

Give your employer the opportunity to invest in your education.

If your employer has a tuition reimbursement plan, please send a copy of the plan to the financial aid office. Earning a Master’s degree from the University of Hartford will prepare you to better serve your workplace.

Employers value a Master’s degree from the University of Hartford:

Employees build on their existing knowledge and professional experience with core business and management skills.
Employees are more committed to companies that invest in their professional development.
Employees immediately apply their new training and lessons learned to their performance on the job. And they can complete their degreed in as little as a one or two years.

Questions or Concerns

If you are unsure if you qualify for financial aid, please contact your financial aid advisor directly or contact:

Student Financial Aid Office
E-mail: finaid@hartford.edu
Phone: 800.947.4303

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