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Tuition

Purdue offers a level of academic quality and training that will distinguish you throughout your career. Among the most affordable top-five online graduate options in Engineering, Purdue’s online engineering master’s program offer you a value that most institutions simply cannot match.

Students who graduated between July 2014 and July 2015 completed their programs in two and a half years on average, at a cost of less than $40,000.  Please note we do not list “total” cost of attendance as your tuition bill is based on how many classes you take in a given term, and most online learners start out taking one course a term.

Cost of Attendance

Tuition is charged at a flat rate per course, which varies depending on whether you’re a resident of Indiana.  Your expected cost of attendance will also include certain non-refundable fees.
 
Tuition RateFall 2017 - Summer 2018
Nonresident of Indiana
Fall 2017 - Summer 2018
Resident of Indiana
3-credit course $3,774.00 $3,416.00
1-credit course $1,352.00 $1,232.00
*project course
(3-credits)
$5,033.00 $4,675.00

Course tuition includes the Engineering Differential General Service, University Technology, and University Repair and Rehabilitation fees.  The Technology and Repair and Rehabilitation fees are non-refundable unless a student withdraws from the course with a 100% refund.

All University fees are subject to change without notice.

*Project courses are by special arrangement only. You must have prearranged a project proposal and received approval from your project course advisor and Engineering Professional Education in order to register for a project course.

Paying for Courses

Through myPurdue — the University’s portal system where students can make payments online — paying for your courses is a streamlined process. You also may take advantage of installment plans, or have your employer invoiced directly if your tuition is covered. There are a variety of financial assistance options available to help you cover the costs of attending. Some of these include Stafford loans, graduate PLUS loans, educational benefits for veterans, and private loans.