It is projected that your annual fees will be approximately $11,703 per year1 (for two years). UC Irvine bills for fees each quarter. The total degree program is $3,901 per quarter for six quarters. You are expected to take and complete two online courses each quarter during fall (September-December), winter (January-March), spring (March-June) and a one week on campus face-to-face introductory course in September before the fall quarter begins.
This is a different fee structure than other UC programs due to the unique nature of the program and its associated technology costs.2
Currently, there is no additional charge for out-of-state students.
1Program fees subject to change.
2As a participant in the fully online Master's of Advanced Study in Criminology, Law and Society, you should be aware that this program has a substantially different fee structure than other UC programs due to the unique nature of the program and its associated technology costs. As such, your MAS/CLS fees do not include certain fees that may be included in other UCI graduate academic program fees. For example, the fees you pay neither include nor provide for University services related to the Anteater Recreation Center, Associated Graduate Students (AGS, UCI Student Center, Bren Events Center, and the Graduate Student Health Insurance Program (GSHIP). Consequently, these services and programs will not be available to you. In addition, should you also choose to enroll in any UCI undergraduate lecture course, be advised that you may be charged an eTech fee of $4 per course, up to a maximum of $60. More information on the eTech fee can be found at http://etech.uci.edu/