The Pitt School of Education is proud to offer you a great value and rewarding educational experience.
We know that pursuing your college education is a major financial investment. We have consistently been a top-ranked graduate school of education in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Our alumni have transformed the field of education through their roles as teachers, administrators, and domestic and international educational leaders.
These tuition rates apply to our master’s degrees, certificates, and graduate minors offered in in-person or hybrid formats (except for the EdD degree, which is assessed the online tuition rate)
- Students earning under 9 credits are assessed the part-time rate.
- Students earning between 9 and 15 credits will be assessed the full-time rate
- Students earning over 15 credits in one term will be assessed as follows: the full-time rate for the first 15 credits, plus applicable fees, and the per credit hour rate for each additional credit the student is enrolled.
These rates apply to our bachelor’s degree and undergraduate minor programs.
- Students earning between 12 and 18 credits will be assessed the full-time flat rate
These rates apply to our online programs and to our Doctor of Education (EdD) program.
University policy holds that international students must provide evidence of their ability to fully fund their studies in the United States prior to acceptance.
International students are not eligible for Federal Stafford Loan funds or private alternative loan funds.
Historical Tuition and Fees
View historical tuition and fees at the University of Pittsburgh campuses dating back to 1997-98.