Although you may qualify for federal financial aid and/or private student loans, it’s always a good idea to review the total financial commitment of pursuing your degree. The most current costs have been provided here; however, if you have any questions your Enrollment Advisor is available to help and assist you in the application process.

  • Cost per credit: $585.75 (this per credit rate includes $550 tuition and $35.75 University fee)
  •          Tuition-$21,087 total-36 credit hours
  •          Textbooks: $800 per year (total estimated based on 2 year completion of program)
  • Summer Studio
  •           Housing: Estimated $315-415 per week, based on 2011 rates
  •           Travel: Estimated $260-2,420, depending on departure city (rate includes transportation and meals)
  •           Materials: $50 fee per course
  • GRAND TOTAL: $22,512-$24,772* Tuition rates are based on the current tuition schedule. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Last revised on: July 30, 2013 at 12:17 pm

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11 Responses to “Tuition”

  1. Lynne Mansfield says:

    Is this the total tuition for a Florida Resident? If not, what would that be for the Online Masters in Art Education EPI? Thank you!

  2. mgil says:

    Hi Lynne,

    Thank you for your interest in the University of Florida’s online Master of Arts in Art Education. Tuition is the same for both in-state and out-of-state students, at $580 per credit hour. The EPI track consists of 39 credit hours, for a total investment of $22,620. The Master of Arts in Art Education curriculum consists of 36 credit hours, for a total investment of $20,880. Please let us know if you have any further questions!

  3. Jason K says:

    I have a Masters degree in Fine Arts. Will I be able to get credit towards the studio classes?

  4. mgil says:

    Hi Jason,

    To answer your question, credits from an MFA completed within the last 5 years may transfer into the program. Check the transfer credit policy here: and let us know if you have any questions.

  5. Taysa Moore says:

    Is this tuition quote for the online program or campus or are the costs the same?

  6. khosko says:

    Hi Taysa,

    Thank you for your question. The tuition quoted here ( is for the online Masters in Art Education program. Tuition for the on-campus program ( varies on a number of factors, but the following link will provide some guidance:

    For additional information about the online program, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 1-877-273-1290.

    Thank you!

  7. Courtney says:

    What does EPI; stand for and what is the difference between being an EPI student and Non-EPI? Also, is their a discount for people who are currently teaching Art? I am a high school art teacher in New Orleans who already has a master’s in arts administration.
    Thank you,

  8. khosko says:


    Thank you very much for your question regarding the EPI program. The University of Florida online Master of Arts in Art Education offered the Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) track to students interested in teaching in the State of Florida that did not already have a teaching certificate; however, the track is not being offered to new students to the program.

    The tuition rates for the program are referenced on the site here, and are the same for all non-EPI students:

    For additional information about the online program, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 1-877-273-1290.

    Thank you!

  9. sumera zahid says:

    Hi.i also want to know that what the diffrence between ur online n compus based degree like r u mention on degree transcripts that it online or compus based.

  10. Irene says:

    If I have a B.A in Elementary Education and I will like to pursue a Masters in Art Education with EPI program , will the cost of the tuition change? How much will be the difference ? Can I apply for student loan as I did before for my bachelor’s?
    Thank You,

  11. khosko says:


    Thank you very much for your question. Applicants with an undergraduate degree in art education, studio art, design, or art history are encouraged to apply for the program, but admission is also based on your work experience. We no longer offer the EPI track. That is only offered for the on-campus program. Here is a link to the tuition for the program:

    Also, in regards to your question about the terms beginning and end, you take 2 classes per term, but not at the same time. The first class is listed in the “A” timeframe on the Academic Calendar, and the second class in the “B” timeframe. The time off between terms varies, with largest break between Fall and Spring terms.

    If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact an enrollment advisor at 1-877-273-1290.

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