Tuition & Fees
In general, Metropolitan College tuition is set according to the number of credits being taken, plus any additional fees or course costs.
For information on current tuition and fees, how to pay, and important deadlines, visit the Metropolitan College Tuition & Fees pages.
Metropolitan College’s Graduate Financial Aid office offers comprehensive financial assistance for graduate students. For many, financial assistance is essential in funding an education. Our goal is to ensure that all students with the drive and determination to complete one of our programs have the opportunity to do so.
Learn more about Metropolitan College’s Financial Aid & Scholarship opportunities on the MET website.
The Arts Administration program provides a small number of Graduate Assistantships to matriculating students. These offer up to $4,200 in tuition remission in exchange for research and administrative work (10–20 hours per week). There is also, at times, a very limited amount of scholarship support available to outstanding students. Information about both of these opportunities is made available to students when they are admitted to the degree program. Please note that Certificate students are not eligible to apply for the Graduate Assistantships or scholarships.