Master of Science in Analytics
Tuition, Fees, and Aid
Tuition and fees displayed are for the 2020-21 academic year.* The academic year begins in Summer.
|Per Course (Returning students)||$4,640|
|Advanced Linear Algebra for Machine Learning (required)||$750|
|Deep Learning and Image Recognition||$1,500|
|Ethics in Big Data Analytics||$600|
|Introduction to Ethics in Analytics||$100|
|Introduction to Statistical Concepts (required)||$750|
|Next Chapter: Prospections on Hot Topics in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence||$375|
|Programming for Analytics||$1,500|
|Python for Analytics (required)||$550|
|Your Career in Data Science||$750|
|Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable)||$1,500|
|Lifetime Transcript fee||$100|
|Late registration fee||$100|
|Service fee or any tuition or fees paid by credit card||3%|
*During the application process, students are assessed to determine whether they are required to take additional foundational courses. Tuition does not include books, computer equipment, software licensing fees, or living expenses. Visit the Cost of Attendance page on the Financial Aid website for more information on estimated living expenses.
Tuition is expected to increase 3-5% per year.
If you are interested in financial aid to help finance your graduate education, once admitted, you will work with the University of Chicago’s Student Loan Administration office.
To understand the types of financial assistance available and to gather additional information, please visit the Graduate Aid page. For international student funding options, please visit the International Student Funding Options page.
To find out if you are eligible for federal loans, please visit our Aid Eligibility page. We have administrative systems in place to assist students in applying for financial aid upon admission to programs. Please visit our Tuition, Financing, and Billing page for more information.
For information and assistance with employer tuition benefits, please visit the website of the Bursar.
If you are interested in financing your education through student employment, please visit the Student Employment website.