University of Pittsburgh School of Education
 

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition and Financial Aid



Education is an investment in your future.

The majority of college students, especially at the graduate level, need to seek financial aid to cover the cost of their tuition and related expenses. The federal government as well as private financial institutions offer loans to cover a lot, if not all, of the cost of your education that you can gradually pay back after you graduate.

Think of your education as an investment in your own future: The money you commit to spending now will increase your earning potential in the future. Quite simply, you can be sure that it is money well spent.

Tuition and fees are subject to change. For the most updated information, please visit the School of Education’s Tuition and Financial Aid webpage. Many of the students in the School of Education fund their schooling through the use of federal Stafford Loans. To obtain more information on the Stafford Loan, including details on loan limits, please visit www.oafa.pitt.edu/stafford.aspx.

EdD Costs for Pennsylvania Residents and Non-Pennsylvania Residents

 

Tuition + Fees

Pennsylvania Residents  
Full-Time $11,145 per term + $425 fees
Part-Time $898 per credit + $270 fees
   
Out-Of-State Residents  
Full-Time  $18,490 per term + $425 fees
Part-Time  $1,512 per credit + $270 fees


Read our Guide to Graduate Financial Aid to help you understand your options and get the aid that you need.