Tuition: Master of Legal Studies

Tuition: Master of Legal Studies
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Program Fee Overview

Program Fee Part-Time (total cost per credit hour)
Instructional Fee $876.00
General Fee $39.80
ITIE Fee $18.00
Distance Learning Fee $26.20
Total Cost per Credit (Resident) $960.00
Non-Resident Surcharge $15.00
Total Cost per Credit (Non-Resident) $975.00
Costs are subject to change at any time. Full-Time total costs are total tuition costs per semester.

UC is committed to making your college education as affordable as possible. In fact, nearly all of our students are eligible for some form of financial assistance. The key to receiving financial aid is submitting your application in a timely manner. Many aid programs are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis so early applications receive priority consideration.

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