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M.S.L. Tuition & Expenses

2019-2020

Annual Tuition and Costs

Tuition and other costs for the M.S.L. at the University of Georgia are very competitive, making enrollment in Georgia Law a tremendous investment in your career. Athens is an ideal place to study. Housing, food, and other costs are considerably lower than in a major metropolitan area.

M.S.L. candidates can choose to study full-time for one year, or attend for up to three years of part-time study. Students may also choose to study full-time for one semester, then finish up their remaining course work through multiple part-time semesters.

In-State Tuition and Fees

Full Time* (30 credit hours in one academic year, students take 15 credit hours in Fall and 15 in Spring)

  • Tuition: $16,682
  • Fees: $2,290
  • Books & Supplies: $1,500
  • Living and Misc. Expenses: $19,132 (off campus)
  • Transportation: $1,264
  • Estimated Total Cost of Attendance, In-State, Full-Time: $37,868

Part-Time* (30 credit hours, up to three years)

  • Tuition: $702/credit hour
  • Fees: $2,290
  • Books & Supplies: $562
  • Part-time cost calculations exclude living expenses.
  • Estimated Total Cost of Attendance, In-State, Part-Time will vary depending on the number of credit hours a student takes.

Out-of-State Tuition and Fees

Full Time* (30 credit hours in one academic year, students take 15 credit hours in Fall and 15 in Spring)

  • Tuition: $37,368
  • Fees: $2,290
  • Books & Supplies: $1,500
  • Living and Misc. Expenses: $19,132 (off campus)
  • Transportation: $1,910
  • Estimated Total Cost of Attendance, Out-of-State, Full-Time: $59,200

Part-Time* (30 credit hours, up to three years)

  • Tuition: $1,568/credit hour
  • Fees: $2,290
  • Books & Supplies: $562
  • Part-time cost calculations exclude living expenses.
  • Estimated Total Cost of Attendance, Out-of-State, Part-Time will vary depending on the number of credit hours a student takes.
*Students are classified as full-time when they enroll at least 12 credit hours for fall or spring semesters. If a student enrolls in less than 12 credit hours, they are considered a part-time student.

These are estimated, not actual, costs; individual student expenses may be higher or lower than these figures provided by the University of Georgia Office of Student Financial Aid. Tuition & Fee information provided by the Bursary and Treasury Services office.