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Tuition & Financial Aid Overview

Understand your financial options for our online programs.

Data Science and Computer Science Occupational Outlook

National employment and job postings statistics for data and computer science careers.

Avg Market SalaryAvg Currently EmployedAvg Currently Employed with B.S. DegreeAvg Currently Employed with M.S. DegreeAvg Job PostingProjected Enrollment Growth 2019-2029
Data Science Careers$95k1.7M1.3M217k750k9%
Computer Science Careers$114k2.8M2.1M618k2.4M15%
Sources: IPEDS; Bureau of Labor Statistics; Burning Glass Labor Insights. The CIP-to-SOC crosswalk connects CIP6 educational programs to Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes based on national surveys. Burning Glass job postings cover the national market, Nov. 2019 to Oct. 2020.

Financing Your Degree

Students have a variety of options to fund their tuition. We have included some of the most frequently used funding options below but encourage you to consult with the Office of Financial Aid or a financial advisor when determining the best way to fund your tuition.

Tuitions and Fees

CreditsCost Per CreditEstimated Tuition
MSCS30$1,686$50,580
MSDS30$1,686$50,580
Tuition and fees are subject to change annually.

Stevens Average Graduate Costs For The Online MSCS & MSDS Programs

ItemAmount
Tuition and Fees$50,580
Health Insurance Fee*$2,125
Student Activity Fee**$170/semester
General Services Fee - Part Time***$354/semester
Books$1,000
Miscellaneous$1,050
Average Total Cost of Attendance$55,279

Graduate costs are subject to change annually.
*Health Insurance can be waived online with proof of comparable insurance. All waivers must be done online at www.universityhealthplans.com by the deadline.
**Student Activity Fee is charged for courses on campus, web, and for students enrolled in Co-op.
***General Service Fee is charged for courses on campus, web, maintenance of matriculation, CPT, and for students enrolled in Co-op.

Financial Assistance Options for Graduate Students

As a graduate student, you may qualify for federal support in the form of loans. We strongly encourage every eligible graduate student to apply for federal financial aid, even if you don’t demonstrate an exceptional financial need. Applying for federal aid is one of the most common ways for graduate students to finance advanced study and a key part of making your program more affordable.

How to Apply for Aid

Click Here for your Financial Aid checklist and to start your application process. Stevens Institute of Technology college code: 002639.

Click Here for more Graduate Funding & Aid information.

CONTACT US
Student Service Center
Wesley J. Howe Center, First Floor
1 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Hours: M, W-F 9 AM - 5 PM ET
              T 10 AM - 5 PM ET
Phone: 201.216.3400
Email: financialaid@stevens.edu