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What is the average tuition fee for a master's degree in the USA?

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    Sacred Heart University

    Sacred Heart University

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    Most of the master's programs offered at Sacred Heart University have a tuition cost of forty five thousand dollars, which doesn't include living expenses from room and travel.

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    Western New England University

    Western New England University

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    Like many of the other questions, the answer to this one is that it will depend on the university. So at Western New England University, the cost of our master's degrees are very affordable. For an entire master's in engineering, for example, we have civil, electrical, industrial, among others. The entire cost is around thirty six thousand U.S. dollars total. So that's not per term or per year. That's the total cost. So make sure when you're looking at the university websites that you understand the total cost of attendance and not per term or per year.

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    University of North Texas

    University of North Texas

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    Agent fees for private schools and public schools can be very different. Public institutions funded by the state are usually much less expensive than private institutions. In Texas, the out-of-state tuition for master level studies is at around $18,000 per year. What's great about Texas public schools is that non-Texas residents, including international students who are awarded a competitive scholarship, are eligible to pay Texas in state tuition.

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