Master's in GIS Tuition
In the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at DU, online MS GIS students are eligible for a substantial tuition scholarship, and students attending courses on campus can off-set their tuition with a graduate teaching assistantship position or other scholarships. Read more about the options specific to each program, or reach out to one of our contacts for more information.
Traditional MS tuition (on-campus)
Students enrolled in the traditional MS program on campus will receive scholarships in the form of graduate teaching assistantships (GTAs). A limited number of teaching assistantships are awarded each year to the most promising students.
GTAs carry a stipend plus full tuition scholarship. Most of the funding opportunities involve assisting professors in introductory undergraduate courses.
Qualified applicants can be nominated to receive a Dean's Graduate Scholarship. This award provides a partial tuition scholarship for two years. In addition, federal loan and work-study programs are available for qualified students to assist with their educational expenses. More information is available from the Office of Financial Aid.
Online MS tuition
The Online Master of Science in Geographic Information Science program requires 48 credits to complete and maintains a program-specific tuition schedule. To estimate the cost of attendance for this program please visit the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Cost of Attendance information web page and the Online MS in Geographic Information Science program.
Billing and financial aid contacts
For general information regarding other financial aid for graduate students, visit the Office of Financial Aid.
For questions about your tuition and billing, contact Karen Escobar at +1 303-871-2654 or firstname.lastname@example.org.