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Missouri S&T recently implemented a new differential tuition structure to provide students with enhanced flexibility and affordability.
In the 2023-24 academic year, S&T’s tuition model will reflect a single rate based on the student’s chosen program of study. Previously, the tuition was a standard credit-hour rate with course fees that were based on the type of course that was chosen. For example, students taking an engineering class and a history class paid different rates for each class. This structure created confusion as tuition and fees would change significantly during a student’s academic career.
Missouri S&T’s differential tuition structure is a new approach to pricing tuition based on area of study and gives students the option of taking 12 to 18 hours per semester at a single flat rate. The purpose of this structure is to incentivize timely degree completion, encourage full-time enrollment, and help students make more informed decisions about their academic plans.
The differential tuition structure at Missouri S&T consists of four tiers. For students in their freshman year and majoring in Tier 1 areas including economics, education, humanities and psychology, the rate will be $6,500 per semester. Tier 2 areas including math, business, information science and technology, and laboratory sciences will be billed at $7,500 per semester. Tier 3 areas including engineering and computing will be billed at $8,500 per semester. Credit hours outside of the 12- to 18-credit-hour range will be assessed at 1/12 of the flat rate for the area of study.
Student activity fees will be assessed separately.
Missouri S&T’s new differential tuition structure introduces a flexible and cost-effective approach to higher education. By implementing this system, the university aims to support students in achieving their academic goals while managing the financial aspect of their education.
For more information about the new tuition structure, visit futurestudents.mst.edu.