|Arts and Sciences||12-18 credit hours||$17,740|
|Business Administration||12-19 credit hours||$17,740|
|Communication||12-18 credit hours||$17,740|
|Education||12-18 credit hours||$17,740|
|Engineering||12-19 credit hours||$17,740|
|Health Sciences||Credit hours may vary.||$17,740|
|Physician Assistant Studies||$17,740|
|Physical Therapy (Doctoral Phase — years four through six)||$19,110|
An additional $185 per credit hour will be assessed for students taking more than 18 credits hours (19 for engineering and business).
|Law School||12-18 credit hours (students who enrolled in fall 2010 or after)||$20,520|
|12-18 credit hours (students who enrolled before fall 2010)||$19,050|
|Dentistry||12 or more hours|
|Out of State||$27,110|
|Dental Graduate Program||Orthodontics||$16,365|
* The state of Wisconsin provides a tuition subsidy for certain dental students who are Wisconsin state residents. As with any governmental appropriation, the exact amount is subject to change as part of the legislative process. The expected state subsidy for 2014-15 is $4,330 per term per Wisconsin resident, but is subject to change at any time. Students will be billed for any reduction in the expected state subsidy and credited for any increase.
The following required fees are charged to all full-time undergraduate students per semester:
|Student Activity Fee||$30|
|Student Health Service Fee||$150|
|Total Student Fees||$225|
|Graduate School of Management||Master of Business Administration Program||$1,025|
|Health Sciences Professional||$1,025|
|Law School||Students who enrolled in fall 2010 or after||$1,630|
|Students who enrolled before fall 2010||$1,515|
|Undergraduate Courses||Part-time (non-part-time studies program)||$995|
|College of Professional Studies||$635|
|Room Type||Rate with Meal Plan|
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