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School of Public Policy

School ofPublic Policy

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Tuition

Tuition

Penn State’s School of Public Policy master’s degree follows the university’s tuition and fees schedule, which is approved by Penn State’s Board of Trustees. Tuition for a graduate degree in public policy is comparable to in-state competitors and less than out-of-state competitors.  

Pennsylvania Residents:  

$23,082 (tuition) + $1,038 (fees) = $24,120/year

Non-Pennsylvania Residents: 

$39,248 (tuition) + $1,038 (fees) =  $40,286/year

Please visit the Penn State tuition resource website to access complete information about the fee schedule. Information about financial assistance, work-study, and employment opportunities for graduate students can be found on Penn State’s student aid website. 

Funding Opportunities 

Research positions providing up to $10,800 per year will be awarded to several students.