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Tuition, Fees, and Payment

2021 Fees

Student Fee*
$162

2021 Tuition

Undergraduate Courses (001 - 499)

School NJ Resident
(per credit)
Non-NJ Resident
(per credit)
Arts & Sciences (01)
Communication and Information (04)
GSE (05)
Social Work (09)
Planning & Public Policy (10)
Management & Labor Relations (37)
Continuing Studies (80)
$394.00 $942.00
Mason Gross School of the Arts (07) $407.00 $931.00
SEBS (11) $451.00 $1085.00
College of Engineering (14) $459.00 $1128.00
College of Pharmacy (30) - 1st & 2nd Year $460.00 $1095.00
College of Pharmacy (30) - 3rd & 4th Year $481.00 $1179.00
School of Business (33) $407.00 $942.00
School of Nursing - NB (77) $476.00 $832.00

Graduate Courses (500 - 800)

School NJ Resident
(per credit)
Non-NJ Resident
(per credit)
Graduate Mason Gross School of the Arts (08) $799.00 $1264.00
Education (15)
Grad School of NB (16)
Communication & Information (17)
Social Work (19)
Continuing Studies (81)
$739.00 $1256.00
Mathematical Finance (16)
Financial Statistics & Risk Management (16)
Data Science (16)
$1034.00 $1758.00
Engineering (16) $770.00 $1310.00
Business and Science (16) $900.00 $1256.00
Business and Science (Online) (16) $900.00 $900.00
Applied & Professional Psychology (18) $934.00 $1557.00
Pharmacy (31) - 5th & 6th Year $790.00 $1555.00
Pharmacy (16, 31) - PhD $803.00 $1378.00
Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy (34) $739.00 $1251.00
Health Administration $800.00 $1354.00
Management & Labor Relations (38) $879.00 $1479.00
Human Resource Management (38) $1058.00 $1058.00

How to Find the School and Course Numbers

Please refer to the University Schedule of Classes sample graphic below to locate the school, subject, and course numbers. Undergraduate courses have a course number of 001 - 499. Graduate courses have a course number of 500 - 800.

Sample Course Code

* The Summer Session student fee is a one-time fee charged to all summer session students in order to support student enhancement programs, services, and facilities, which complement and support the academic experience, such as library, writing centers and labs, health services, recreation centers, student centers, student events and concerts, and campus buses, among others.

**Payment of tuition and fees for all registered courses must be made by the payment due date of the earliest course, otherwise, late fees will be assessed. For example, students registered for Session I and Session III must pay the entire term bill by the Session I due date. Refer to dates and deadlines for payment due dates.

Please note:

  • If you are a matriculated student in a Rutgers fully online degree program, you will pay tuition and fees associated with your program. Please see tuition and fees on the student accounting website to view a list of rate for fully online degree programs.