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Online Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity Tuition and Financial Aid

Yeshiva University and the Katz School of Science and Health are committed to helping you find resources to make the online Master of Science in Cybersecurity program more affordable. We encourage you to pursue any avenues that will help you achieve your goal of enrolling in our online master’s program, either now or in the future. For more information about financial aid at Katz than what you find on this page, please connect with the Office of Student Finance.

The online Master’s in Cybersecurity tuition breaks down to $1,275 per credit. This rate is subject to change annually. Talk to an Admissions Advisor if you have any questions about tuition rates.

Online Master's in Cybersecurity Tuition2021-2022 Academic Year
Per Credit Hour$1,275
Total Credit Hours30
Total Estimated Tuition$38,250
Application Fee
$50

Semester Fees

Due to the hands-on, technical nature of the online MS in Cybersecurity curriculum, the following fees will be assessed during each semester in which you are enrolled in the program. These fees are subject to change.

Semester Fee2021-2022 Academic Year
Registration Fee $65
Technology Fee$175
Virtual Labs and Software Fee$825

Since the Katz online Master’s in Cybersecurity program can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis, the rate at which you pay your tuition fees can differ. For example, a student taking four courses a semester will be billed differently than a student taking one or two courses a semester. Your Admissions Advisor or the Office of Student Finance can work with you to determine the appropriate amount, method, and frequency for your tuition payments.

Fill Out Your FASFA

You must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for financial aid toward the online Master’s in Cybersecurity tuition. Because financial aid awards are granted on a rolling basis, you should submit your FAFSA as early as possible in order to give yourself the best opportunity to receive one in advance of your target start date.

The FAFSA school code for Yeshiva University is 002903.

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Are you looking to start your career in the vital field of cybersecurity? Earn your master’s degree online with Yeshiva University. Our online Master of Science (MS) in Cybersecurity, offered through the Katz School of Science and Health, prepares you for the technical and business aspects of cybersecurity.

Complete the form to download a program brochure for Yeshiva University’s online MS in Cybersecurity program. Get more details about the program, including information on the program structure, curriculum, benefits and application requirements.

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Financial Support for Your Cybersecurity Degree

More than 80% of students at Yeshiva University find applicable scholarships or financial aid to help them attend college. Financial aid can come in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, employment opportunities, or tax benefits. These may be offered by private or public third-party organizations, your employer, or the military.

Financial aid is typically determined by assessing your financial need. This is calculated using a federally regulated formula that subtracts the expected family contribution from the cost of the online Master’s in Cybersecurity tuition at Yeshiva Katz. When you fill out your FAFSA form, it will automatically add up your expected family contribution by reviewing the number of people in your household, the number of people in college, your adjusted gross income, capital assets, investments, and more. This will help you and the admissions team accurately assess your financial need and devise a plan that works best for you.

Private School Tuition Expense Form


At Yeshiva University, we understand that many of our students and parents have additional expenses that the FAFSA doesn’t cover. To account for that discrepancy, we created the Private School Tuition Expense Form that lets you tell us how much you spend on K–12 education. That amount is then considered in your expected family contribution as well and can affect your assessed financial need.

Visit the Office of Student Finance page for more information about this form.
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Additional Financial Aid Opportunities for International Students

We’re proud to welcome students from around the world to experience the career-changing power of a Yeshiva University education. International students at Yeshiva Katz, including those who are not a U.S. citizen, national, permanent resident or eligible non-citizen, may qualify for additional financial aid opportunities for the online Master’s in Cybersecurity tuition. Eligible non-citizens include refugees, those granted asylum, and temporary residents as defined by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986.

To explore your options and be considered for supplemental tuition support, please complete the International Graduate Student Financial Aid Application. This form will collect crucial information on your personal and family financial accounts, assets, investments, and real estate holdings. By gaining a clearer picture of your personal and professional situation, our admissions team will be better able to assess your needs and direct you to the proper resources.

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Admissions Dates and Deadlines
Jun
16
Priority Application Deadline
June 16, 2022
Fall 2022 Term
Aug
22
Application Deadline
August 22, 2022
Fall 2022 Term
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