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The cost of a graduate education at the University of Missouri varies from student to student and from program to program.

Generally, tuition is based on the number of credits of instruction in which a student enrolls at MU.

Students are responsible for mandatory fees for items such as activity and health fees or optional fees like health insurance for domestic students.

Office of Cashiers

Estimated Living Expenses for Domestic Students

The estimated cost of attendance for MU includes tuition and fees as well as other education and living expenses, such as books and supplies, room and board, personal expenses, and transportation.

Office of Student Financial Aid

Estimated Living Expenses for International Students

Along with tuition and other standard cost-of-attendance expenses, international students may incur charges for health insurance, sponsorship, and non-resident education fees.

MU International Center

Information for Veterans

Graduate students who are eligible for education-funding benefits as veterans of the United States Armed Forces can get assistance from the MU Veterans Center.

MU Veterans Center

Educational Assistance for MU Employees and Families

Employees of the University of Missouri and their dependents and spouses may be eligible for tuition assistance benefits for courses at MU.

MU Human Resource Services