On average, master’s degree holders earn $10,000 more each year than bachelor’s degree holders.* Over time, that quickly becomes a significant amount of income.
Source: Why Should I Get a Master’s Degree, Council of Graduate Schools, 2018
We know budgeting for graduate school is an intimidating topic, but we also know your advanced degree will pay dividends down the line. Below, you’ll find a breakdown of average graduate rates by semester.*
* Some graduate programs may charge differential or program tuition rates, which is in addition to the base tuition charged by the university for each semester a student is enrolled.
- For more information about graduate program tuition and fees, contact the specific program itself.
From scholarships and fellowships to graduate assistantships, federal aid and student loans, the options for funding your graduate education at Georgia State are vast. That’s The State Way.
The Graduate School coordinates graduate admissions. Students seeking a graduate degree will apply through the school and receive additional support from The Graduate School and college, school or institute academic offices.