Tuition and Financial Aid
Tuition cost for the program can be found here.
(The MSIDEC Program is within the College of Arts & Sciences). The M.S. International & Development Economics program consists of 36 graduate units. Your unit (credit) load depends on your choice of courses every semester.
*Does not include any "special requirement courses" that some students may be required to take (if indicated on acceptance letter). This total also does not include textbooks, housing, living expenses, etc.
Does USF offer a payment plan?
The Payment Plan is available for the Summer, Fall and Spring semesters.
o Fall Payment Dates: August 1st, September 1st, October 1st, November 1st
o Spring Payment Dates: January 1st , February 1st, March 1st, April 1st
o Summer Payment Dates: May 1st, June 1st, July 1st
The Payment Plan provides a convenient method for paying educational expenses through regularly scheduled payments. For more information regarding the payment plan, visit the Financial Aid Office located in Lone Mountain 203, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (415) 422-3387.
Does USF offer Financial Aid?
Yes, but only domestic students are eligible for financial aid, primarily Federal loans at a fixed interest rate. If you plan to finance your education with financial aid, you must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. To be eligible for loans, students must be registered at least half-time in the applicable semester. Many students and parents use private student loans as another resource to help fund educational costs. Most private loan programs require a creditworthy co-signer.
For more information on lenders, visit the financial aid website or call the One Stop Enrollment & Financial Services Office at (415) 422-2020. Email: email@example.com.