MAAE Cost Structure
The MAAE is a self-supporting program, meaning students must finance their own program costs and are ineligible for tuition waivers earned through research or teaching assistantships. Exemplary students will be considered for departmental scholarships up to $1000 per semester. Students are encouraged to work with the Office of Financial Aid for financial planning.
The Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) is your primary resource for questions regarding federal financial aid. They can assist with your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information and understanding the types of aid available to you.
Students in the MAAE program seeking hourly positions should look at:
How Am I Billed?
Students are billed separately for tuition & fees and are assessed in credit hour ranges based on a resident/non-resident status. This means your tuition will vary every semester depending on the number of credit hours in which you enroll.
Students are assessed tuition per credit hour based on a resident/non-resident status.
When Am I Billed?
Student’s bills are finalized after the 10th business day once classes begin. Enrollment in a payment plan or paying your bill in full is required by the 28th of the month when your student account is billed. As these dates change each semester, check the University Student Financial Services & Cashier Operations’ Payment Due Dates page for exact dates.
How Do I Pay My Bill?
You can pay your bill online, in-person, by mail, or by wire transfer. Instructions for each payment method are found on the Making Payments page. The University uses Flywire to make international tuition payments.