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Tuition and Aid


Master of Science in Financial Engineering and Risk Management

Tuition

The MS in Financial Engineering and Risk Management is a self-funded program; student tuition is used to fully support the program.

Total Tuition (36 credit hours/3 semesters)*:

*Additional tuition may be assessed for enrollment in excess of 36 credit hours.

In lieu of scholarships, we offer tuition discounts based on assessment of the student’s performance in her/his first semester in the program.

Veterans, Spouses and Dependent Children:

Please note, the MS in FERM program is NOT eligible for the Hazlewood exemption because the school does not receive state formula funding (tax support) for the program.

Other Program Costs

The student admitted is expected to pay a $600 non-refundable seat deposits to reserve and guarantee a seat in the program.

The $600 seat fee is separate from the tuition and is due before final processing of one’s admission is conducted.

In addition, living expenses and health insurance will be borne by the students. For international students, these expenses are set in accordance with the UT Dallas International Student Services Office (ISSO) and State Department guidelines for visa application for international students.

Financial Aid Information

Federal Student Loans are available for a student who is a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen; is registered with Selective Service (males) or can prove exemption; and is admitted as a regular degree-seeking graduate student. You must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply electronically. You must first apply for a Federal Student Aid identification number (FSA ID). The FSA ID is needed to sign your FAFSA electronically, correct any information after you get your FAFSA results, and access your financial aid history online. The UTD federal school code is 009741.

Private Educational Loans are available for a student who does not meet the Federal Student Loan requirements or who prefers to borrow from a private educational lender. There are several sources of private-based long-term educational loans that are issued based on the credit-worthiness of the borrower. More information is available via the UT Dallas Financial Aid Office, including a list of some lenders.

UT Dallas Contact:
More information is available by contacting Paula Baxter (paula.baxter@utdallas.edu or 972-883-4114)

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