Earning your Master's in Cybersecurity from our accredited program will help you differentiate yourself from others; gives you the tools to assess, prevent, and manage information or systems security related risks; and enables you to boost your career.
The following are costs associated with our Master’s in Cybersecurity:
- Domestic Applicants: $90
- International Applicants: $90
Each three-credit graduate course is $3,996. This amount does not include additional UA Bursar fees. Please visit the Bursar's Office for additional information regarding cost.
Tuition cost reflects Fall 2021 to Summer 2022 rates. Each spring the Arizona Board of Regents reviews and sets tuition fees for the University of Arizona. Therefore, possible new tuition rates may be applicable for Fall 2022 to Summer 2023.
Some cybersecurity courses require purchasing textbooks. Textbook information is listed under the course descriptions. Cost of textbooks is not included in the course fees.
Financial Aid and Veterans Resources
Financial aid may be available for the MS in Cybersecurity program. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for information on available financial aid and scholarships.
Veterans Education Benefits
The MS in Cybersecurity does qualify for Veterans education benefits. Please contact the University of Arizona's Veterans Affairs Office for details.