Fees & Financial Assistance

Course Fees & Costs

The 2016-2017 course fees for the 15 month, 33-credit MSFRM program at Stamford, CT and Hartford, CT are $41,778, or $1,266 per credit. The full time, 36-credit program is $45,576.

If you are interested in the Concentration in Quantitative Methods in Risk Management, the course fees for the 42-credit program is $53,172, or $1,266 per credit. It will take 19 months to complete if taken full time. The 45-credit program is $56,970, or $1,266 per credit. The Parking fees, infrastructure maintenance fees, and graduate matriculation fees are already included in this cost. There is also an additional one-time $50 deposit that is paid in the first semester and then returned upon completion of the program.

There are no considerations for room or board in the above fees and costs. Fees and costs do include access to necessary software and financial databases. For additional information on payment procedures, please see the Payment and Refund Policy.


Financial Assistance FAQ

Can I apply for federal loans to cover the costs of my MSFRM studies?

Yes, U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply for a variety of loans. You can learn more from UConn’s Office of Student Financial Aid Services. You can learn more about loans specifically at http://financialaid.uconn.edu/index.php/Loans.

Can I apply for a loan if I am an international student?

It may be possible to apply for a loan if you have a U.S. co-signer. Please learn more about these Alternative Student Loans from UConn’s Office of Student Financial Aid Services.

Does the MSFRM Program offer any financial aid?

Yes, the MSFRM Program offers a limited number of financial awards to a select group of truly outstanding admitted students. In addition, we offer a limited number of work-study positions for the FRM Program to which students may apply. All students are also able to apply to other On-campus jobs while in the program. Non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid. For financial aid information, go to www.financialaid.uconn.edu. This website also outllines loans and scholarships for which you may apply.