Enrolling in master’s programs online through UCF Online costs less than UCF’s in-person master’s degree. UCF Online master’s students save $42.33 per credit hour compared to on-campus master’s students. View a full breakdown of tuition costs for UCF Online students.
The total cost will vary depending on your residency status.
Florida residents, for example, pay $327.32 per credit hour for a UCF Online master’s degree. The estimated tuition for Florida residents pursuing an online master’s degree full-time is $8,837.64 per year (27 total credit hours taken). Compared to a full-time, in-person student, in-state residents enrolled in one of UCF’s accredited online masters programs will save $1,142.91 a year.
Likewise, out-ofstate residents pay $1,151.72 per credit hour. The estimated tuition for out-of-state residents enrolled full-time is $31,096.44 per year (27 total credit hours taken). Compared to a full-time, in-person student, out-of-state residents will save $1,142.91 a year.
UCF Online also offers a number of special-tuition online master’s degrees. The tuition costs for these programs are set by their respective department to be competitive with similar programs across the nation. As such, the tuition for each program is different than that of the general education’s programs. The tuition costs of special tuition programs are typically the same for in-state and out-of-state students. These degrees and their associated cost per credit are:
- Master of Social Work (MSW) Program, Online Track | $487.45/credit
- Master of Science in Health Sciences – Executive Health Services Administration | $772.69/credit
- Master of Science in Healthcare Systems Engineering | $1,239.16/credit
- Professional Science Master’s Program in Health Care Informatics | $772.69/credit
- Master of Nonprofit Management (non-resident cohorts) | $440.62/credit
- Master of Science in Research Administration | $641.22/credit
In addition to tuition costs, you should also consider the cost of class materials, books, lodging and other living expenses. These costs are not included in tuition. Please see Financial Aid’s Cost of Attendance page for a breakdown of estimated living expenses.