Graduate Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance is calculated based on fixed expenses (tuition and fees) and estimated expenses (room, utilities, books, travel, and personal expenses).
For information regarding Law School Cost of Attendance, visit the Boston College Law School Tuition and Financial Aid web page.
2019–2020 Tuition for Master's or Doctoral Degree, per Credit
|Boston College School of Social Work||$1,282|
|Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Graduate Programs
|Connell School of Nursing, Graduate Programs
|School of Theology and Ministry
|Graduate School of the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences
|Carroll School of Management, Graduate Programs||$1,814|
|Carroll School of Management Full-Time MBA Program
|Woods College of Advancing Studies, Graduate Administrative Studies or Leadership and Administration
|Woods College of Advancing Studies, Graduate Applied Economics and Sports Administration
|Woods College of Advancing Studies, Graduate Cybersecurity Policy and Governance
|Woods College of Advancing Studies, Graduate Healthcare Administration
|Initial Boston College ID Card For Entering Students Fee:
|Graduate Student Activity Fee:
||$50 full-time (7 or more credits)
$60 (CGSOM 7 or more credits)
$35 (6 or fewer credits)
|Books and supplies||$1,300|
|Federal Direct Loan fees||$218|
|Total living expenses||$22,278|
All students have an academic year for awarding loans. If you are enrolled in the summer and plan on taking out Federal Direct Loans, then your academic year may begin in the summer and continue through the fall. Spring will be a separate period. If you are applying for an alternative loan or Graduate PLUS Loan, make sure your loan period matches the loan period for your unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan.
|Living Expenses||Monthly||Academic Year
|Federal Direct Loan fees||$218||$218|
Applicants with dependents will be granted an additional budget allowance of $1,800 per dependent under the age of sixteen.