2019-20 Tuition and Mandatory Fees

2019-20 Tuition and Mandatory Fee Rates (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) -- effective Fall 2019

 

Tuition and Mandatory Fees for 2019-20 (PDF)

 

Please note: Some courses require additional fees for lab, materials, etc. that are not listed below.

Numbers next to categories refer to Special Notes which are listed at the bottom of this page.

 

Full-Time Rates -- Per Semester (1)(2)(3)(6)

Undergraduate Students

Resident         $6,180.00   
Non-Resident    $15,340.00
Online Learning Rate (Per Credit Hour) 
-for students with at least one on campus course
$601.00
Online Learning Rate (Per Credit Hour) 
-for students with no on campus courses
$570.00

 

Graduate Students (4)

Resident    $6,702.00   
Non-Resident    $16,282.00

 

Master in Business Administration -- Evening and Part-Time students (entered prior to summer 2016)

Resident         $7,752.00
Non-Resident        $19,456.00

 

Master of Science in Finance

Resident    $ TBD
Non-Resident    $ TBD

 

Master, Professional #9

Resident                $7,029.00
Non-Resident $16,659.00

 

Master, Health Professional #10

Resident               $7,223.00
Non-Resident $16,881.00

 

Professional Practice Doctoral #11

Resident              $8,753.00
Non-Resident $22,519.00

 


Annual Full-Time Rate (12)

Effective July 2019
 

College of Dentistry (13) (Annual Charges)

Resident             $35,228.00
Non-Resident $75,177.00

Reduced curriculum load:

Resident $18,376.00
Non-Resident     $38,351.00

 

Doctor of Pharmacy (#14) (Annual Charges)

Resident              $28,338.00
Non-Resident $52,631.00

Reduced curriculum load:

Resident              $14,931.00
Non-Resident $27,078.00

 

Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Annual Charges)

Resident $21,766.00
Non-Resident $45,060.00

 

College of Law (#15) (Annual Charges)

Resident              $24,723.00
Non-Resident $50,352.00

 

College of Medicine (#16) (Annual Charges) 

Students entering class of fall 2012

Resident $32,889.00
Non-Resident $60,272.00

Students entering class of fall 2013

Resident $33,870.00
Non-Resident $62,073.00

Students entering class of fall 2014

Resident              $34,888.00
Non-Resident $63,948.00

Students entering class of fall 2015

Resident $35,929.00
Non-Resident $65,861.00

Students entering class of fall 2016

Resident             $37,716.00
Non-Resident $65,861.00

Students entering class of fall 2017

Resident $38,472.00
Non-Resident $68,000.00

Students entering class of fall 2018

Resident $38,920.00
Non-Resident $69,648.00

Students entering class of fall 2019

Resident $40,042.00
Non-Resident $70,373.00
 

Reduced curriculum load:

Resident              $20,783.00
Non-resident $36,949.00

 

Master in Business Administration (#18) (Annual Charges)

One-Year (Full-Time)

Resident    $35,417.00
Non-Resident    $41,487.00

 

Professional Evening Two-Years (Full-Time) -- entering fall 2016

Resident    $34,622.00
Non-Resident    $39,622.00

Professional Evening Two-Years (Full-Time) -- entering fall 2017

Resident    $34,622.00
Non-Resident    $39,622.00

Professional Evening Two-Years (Full-Time) -- entering fall 2018

Resident    $35,551.00
Non-Resident    $41,070.00

Professional Evening Two-Years (Full-Time) -- entering fall 2019

Resident    $36,537.00
Non-Resident    $42,605.00

 

Professional Evening Three-Years (Part-Time) -- entering fall 2016

Resident    $33,458.00
Non-Resident    $38,458.00

Professional Evening Three-Years (Part-Time) -- entering fall 2017

Resident    $33,458.00
Non-Resident    $38,458.00

Professional Evening Three-Years (Part-Time) -- entering fall 2018

Resident    $34,416.00
Non-Resident    $39,935.00

Professional Evening Three-Years (Part-Time) -- entering fall 2019

Resident    $35,889.00
Non-Resident    $41,957.00

 

UK-UofL Joint Executive Master in Business Administration (#19) (17 months) (Annual Charges)

$67,500.00

 

Part-Time Per Credit-Hour Rates (1)(2)(3)(6)

Undergraduate Students 

Lower Division Resident         $501.00
Lower Division Non-Resident    $1,265.00
Upper Division Resident    $501.00
Upper Division Non-Resident    $1,265.00
Online Learning Rate (Per Credit Hour)
-for students with at least one on campus course
$601.00
Online Learning Rate (Per Credit Hour)

-for students with no on campus courses
$570.00

 

Graduate Students (4)

Resident                 $726.00 
Non-Resident    $1,788.00

 

Master in Business Administration -- Evening and Part-Time students (entered prior to summer 2016)

Resident         $842.00
Non-Resident        $2,140.00

 

Master of Science in Finance 

Resident         $914.00
Non-Resident        $1,269.00

 

Master, Professional (#9)

Resident                $762.00
Non-Resident $1,833.00

 

Master, Health Professional (#10)

Resident $784.00
Non-Resident $1,853.00

 

Professional Practice Doctoral (#11)

Resident               $955.00
Non-Resident $2,483.00

 

NOTES

1 The applicable tuition and mandatory fee rate will be determined at the time charges are assessed based on the student’s primary academic program, including students concurrently pursuing multiple degrees and/or certificates.

2 The above rates include tuition and mandatory student fees. Course and program fees are not included in the above rates, except for the UK-UofL Joint Executive Master in Business Administration program. 

Unless stated otherwise, the Full-Time per Semester Rates will be charged to undergraduate students enrolled for 12 credit hours or more and graduate and professional practice doctoral students enrolled for nine credit hours or more. Students enrolled part-time will be charged on a per credit hour basis. Students considered full-time for financial aid and reporting purposes, but with less than full-time credit hours, (e.g., graduate students in residency status) will be assessed on a per-credit hour basis.

Beginning fall 2019, undergraduate courses offered fully online (i.e., Internet, web-based) will be assessed using the Undergraduate Online Learning Rate. These courses will be assessed tuition and mandatory fees per credit hour, separate and in addition to tuition and mandatory fees for any other courses. The Undergraduate Online Learning Rates are the same for resident and non-resident undergraduate students. 

3 Mandatory fees are assessed based on the student’s full-time or part-time status, course delivery mode(s), and whether or not the student is enrolled in at least one on-campus course. Unless stated elsewhere, students will be assessed a maximum of $674.50 for mandatory fees per semester. 

The Annual Full-Time Rates for graduate and professional programs include all mandatory fees totaling $1,524.00 for the full academic year and provide year-round access to services provided by University Health Service. The Full Program Rates for graduate programs include mandatory fees for all terms covered by the applicable program. 

If a student wishes to participate in any activity supported by a mandatory fee that has not been assessed, the student must pay the total mandatory fees for the semester, except as follows. Part-time students and students enrolled exclusively in courses at off-campus locations may pay the Student Health Fee to receive services offered by University Health Service at minimal additional cost. Students enrolled in programs within the colleges of Dentistry, Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Health are assessed the Student Health Mandatory Fee regardless of the location of courses. Students enrolled in programs within the College of Medicine will be assessed all mandatory fees regardless of the location of the courses. 

Pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, students enrolled at the Bluegrass Community and Technical College will have the opportunity to select and pay for specific services from the list of mandatory fees. 

4 For graduate and professional program students enrolled exclusively in online courses (i.e., Internet, web-based delivery mode) and/or DL-Hybrid courses, the course(s) will be assessed tuition using the applicable resident rate, regardless of residency status. (View the .pdf here)

5 The President, or his delegate, may interpret the application of these rates on an individual student basis in extraordinary circumstances. 

6 Prior to fall 2019, undergraduate students with less than 60 cumulative credit hours (freshmen and sophomores) were assessed lower-division rates. Undergraduate students with 60 or more cumulative credit hours (juniors and seniors) were assessed upper-division rates. Effective fall 2019, the undergraduate tuition and mandatory fee rates will no longer be differentiated based on the student’s accumulated number of credit hours. 

Lower-division undergraduate students (freshmen and sophomores) enrolled in the UK College of Engineering Extended Campus Program – Paducah will be assessed tuition and mandatory fees based upon the West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s tuition and fee rates. Upper-division undergraduate students (juniors and seniors) enrolled in the UK College of Engineering Extended Campus Program – Paducah will be assessed the applicable UK rates. Non-resident undergraduate students from select contiguous counties in Illinois (Massac, Alexander, and Pulaski) and enrolled in this program will be eligible for the applicable Kentucky resident rates.

7 Effective fall 2019, students pursuing the Master of Science in Finance will be assessed tuition and mandatory fees based on the applicable per credit hour rate for all attempted credit hours, regardless of full-time or part-time status. 

8 Students pursuing the Master of Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics, a new graduate program offered in fall 2019, will be assessed tuition and mandatory fees based on a per credit hour rate for all attempted credit hours, regardless of full-time or part-time status. 

9 The “Master or Graduate Certificate, Professional” tuition and mandatory fee rates will be assessed to students enrolled in the following master and graduate certificate programs:

  • Applied Statistics
  • Digital Mapping
  • Diplomacy and International Commerce
  • Public Financial Management  
  • Teaching English as a Second Language 
  • Teaching World Languages

10 The “Master or Graduate Certificate, Health Professional” tuition and mandatory fee rates will be assessed to students enrolled in the following programs:

  • Graduate Certificate in Applied Nutrition and Culinary Medicine
  • Master of Science in Nursing in Healthcare Systems Leadership  
  • Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
  • Master of Science in Radiological Medical Physics

11 The “Professional Practice Doctoral” tuition and mandatory fee rates will be assessed to students enrolled in doctoral programs in the following colleges:

  • Nursing
  • Public Health

12 Unless otherwise publicized, students enrolled in programs with Annual Full-Time Rates or Full Program Rates will be assessed the tuition and mandatory fees semi-annually for all terms within the same academic year. The Academic Year (AY) 2019-20 rates are effective July 2019.

13 Half-time tuition and mandatory fee rates for AY 2019-20 of $18,376 for resident students and $38,351 for non-resident students are established for those dental students who have been approved by the Dean of the College of Dentistry to have a reduced curriculum load.

14 Half-time tuition and mandatory fee rates for AY 2019-20 of $14,931 for resident students and $27,078 for non-resident students are established for those pharmacy students who have been approved by the Dean of the College of Pharmacy to have a reduced curriculum load.

15 Part-time enrollment in the College of Law is permitted only with prior approval of the College of Law Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and is granted only for extraordinary circumstances. 

16 The College of Medicine tuition and mandatory fee rates are “locked-in” for each entering class cohort. The rates do not change while students are enrolled in the program. Reduced curriculum tuition and fee rates for AY 2019-20 of $20,783 for resident students and $36,949 for non-resident students are established for those medical students who have been approved by the College of Medicine Student Progress and Promotion Committee to have a reduced curriculum load.  

17 Effective fall 2019, students pursuing the Master of Science in Accounting will be assessed the applicable Full Program Rate for the 11-month program. Tuition is assessed in three installments (fall, spring, and summer semesters) and mandatory fees are assessed in two installments (fall and spring semesters). The Becker CPA Review Course is optional and not included in the Full Program Rates. 

18 Effective summer 2016, the Master of Business Administration rates for new students are based on the program duration. The rates will be assessed in installments throughout the duration of the program. Tuition for the one-year program will be assessed in three installments (summer, fall and spring semesters) and mandatory fees will be assessed in two installments (fall and spring semesters). Tuition and mandatory fees for the two-year and three-year programs will be assessed each semester based on course load.

19 The UK-UofL Joint Executive Master in Business Administration rate will be assessed to resident and non-resident students and reflects the total price of the program including tuition, mandatory fees, and program fee. The rate will be apportioned to each institution.