In addition to University policies and procedures, the following policies also apply to faculty and students in the College of Engineering, Informatics, and Applied Sciences.
Program and Class Fees Accordion Closed
Undergraduate and graduate programs in our College prepare students to work in fast-growing areas that use the latest technologies. As a result, our bachelor and master programs–including computer science and applied computer science, construction management, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, and mechanical engineering, and informatics–require higher expenses than other programs.
To support these higher expenses, our programs require a program fee of $425 per semester ($850 per year) for undergraduate students at all academic levels, including undecided engineering students. All our master programs require a program fee of $450 per semester ($900 per year) for all students. With only a few exceptions in courses that primarily serve non-CEIAS students, there are no course fees for CEIAS courses.
Program fees will continue to be invested in maintaining the high quality of our programs by funding specialized labs, facilities, equipment, supplies, and software. The investment of program fees are an essential component of providing the type of educational experience that employers who employ our students demand and the type of preparation that supports our graduating students’ professional success. Over $300K per year will be also devoted to directly supporting students in the form of scholarships.
Without variable course fees and only predictable program fees, students also have these costs automatically included in their financial need and aid.