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Online Cybersecurity Degree Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition for the online MS in Cybersecurity is $1,275 per credit. This rate is subject to change annually.

Online MS in Cybersecurity Tuition2020-2021 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 Fee2020-2021 Academic Year
Registration Fee $65
Technology Fee$125
Virtual Labs and Software Fee$825

Fill Out Your FASFA

You must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for financial aid for the Online MS in Cybersecurity. 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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Financial Support for Your Cybersecurity Degree

Yeshiva University and the Katz School of Science and Health are committed to helping you find resources to make the online MS in Cybersecurity program more affordable. These resources may be offered by private or public third-party organizations, your employer or the military.

Visit the Office of Student Finance page for more information about financial aid at Katz.

Office of Student Finance All Financial Aid Forms
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Additional Financial Aid Opportunities for International Students

International students at Yeshiva University, including those who are not a U.S. citizen, national, permanent resident or eligible non-citizen, may qualify for additional financial aid opportunities. 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.

Complete the International Student Aid Form

Admissions Dates and Deadlines

May
6
application deadline
May 6, 2021
Summer 2021
May
10
Next Start
May 10, 2021
Summer 2021
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