Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and graduate programs in the School of Architecture and the School of Engineering & Applied Science: The 2004-05 tuition charge for graduate students in these programs will be $29,700, a $1,400 increase over the current charge of $28,300.
School of Art graduate programs: The 2004-05 tuition charge for the master of fine arts program will be $24,386, a $938 increase over the current charge of $23,448.
George Warren Brown School of Social Work graduate program: The 2004-05 tuition for the master of social work program will be $23,850, a $1,050 increase over the current charge of $22,800.
School of Law: The 2004-05 tuition for the juris doctor program will be $32,590 for first-year students, an increase of $1,850 over the current charge of $30,740. Second-year students will be charged $32,130, an increase of $1,390 over the current charge of $30,740. Third-year students will pay a tuition of $31,080 — an increase of $1,340 over the current charge of $29,740.
Olin School of Business graduate program: The 2004-05 tuition for the master of business administration program will be $33,000, a $1,550 increase over the current charge of $31,450.
School of Medicine: Tuition for 2004-05 for the M.D. degree will be set in March.
Evening, Summer School tuition rates, 2004-05
Undergraduate evening students: For undergraduate evening students enrolling in University College in Arts & Sciences or continuing education classes in the School of Architecture in 2004-05, tuition will be $365 per credit hour, compared with the 2003-04 cost of $330 per credit hour.
Graduate students in University College: Depending upon the graduate program in University College in Arts & Sciences, tuition ranges from $365-$550 per credit hour for 2004-05 compared with the current range of $330-$520.
Summer School in Arts & Sciences: Tuition in Summer School classes in Arts & Sciences will be $565 per undergraduate credit hour, and $665 per graduate credit hour for summer 2004, compared with the 2003 Summer School rates of $530 and $630 per credit hour, respectively.