Fees for Other Special Items or Services
Graduate: $50; Undergraduate: $75; International: $90.
Cooperative Education Fee
A fee of $75 is charged to all students participating in domestic or international Cooperative Education programs.
A non-refundable fee of $47.50 per degree sought is assessed the semester a student applies for graduation. This fee is payable each time a student applies for graduation. A late fee of $50, in addition to the diploma fee, is charged to those who apply for graduation after the set deadline.
Independent International Study Fee
The $100 fee covers services provided by Study Abroad Programs associated with students who elect to go abroad and transfer credit back to Texas A&M. Such services include advising students and departments on key issues and procedures before, during and after programs abroad; overseeing transfer credit paperwork; maintaining library and computer resources for those who want to pursue independent opportunities abroad; and overseeing issues related to affiliated programs abroad and emergency services to assist students as needed.
International Student Health Insurance
International students (students who are not U.S. citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents of the United States) enrolled at Texas A&M are required to have health insurance. International students will be automatically enrolled in and charged for the System Student Health Insurance Plan (SSHIP) unless they apply for, and are granted, a waiver. Individually purchased plans from vendors other than the Texas A&M University System provider will not be eligible for a waiver of automatic enrollment in the SSHIP. This is to ensure that medical treatment will be available in the event of injury or illness during enrollment at the University. This requirement includes students enrolled in extensive English language programs. Full-time English Language Institute (ELI) students should contact ELI for information about this requirement. All other International students can receive more detailed information about this requirement by visiting the website at http://iss.tamu.edu. Specific questions may be directed to International Student Services by emailing .
Bush School Graduate Program Fee
The fee structure is $1,282.28 per semester to new admits, $1,258 (entering prior to 2015).
Master of Real Estate Program Fee
The fee structure is $2,000 per semester for each fall and spring semester. It will be used to further enhance the MRE program through the support of career services, student advising, curriculum development, and enrichment experiences.
Mays MBA Program Fee
The fee structure is $8,000 per semester to new admits since fall 2015, $6,424 (entering in 2013-2014 or 2014-2015), $5,424 (entering in 2012-2013), $5,000 (entering in 2011-2012). The fee is used to support the MBA Program office, Graduate Business Career Services, and the various activities of the Mays MBA Program.
Mays Masters’ Program Fee
The fee structure is $2,200 per semester to new admits, $2000 (entering 2015-2016), $1,700 (entering in 2013-2014 or 2014-2015), $700 (entering in 2009-2012) for each fall and spring semester and $200 for each five week summer session. The fee supports the Graduate Business Career Services office and other placement and admission resources for Mays Masters students.
Master of Financial Management Program Fee
The fee structure is $500 per semester (Fall and Spring). This fee supports all activities surrounding the Master of Financial Management degree.
Master of Science Business (for non-business majors) Program Fee
The fee structure is $6000 per semester (Fall and Spring) and $4000 per Summer Semester. This fee supports all activities surrounding the Master of Science-Business (for non-business majors) degree.
Master of Agribusiness Program Fee
The fee structure is $1,000 for each fall and spring. This fee supports all activities surrounding the Master of Agribusiness degree.
Master of Science in Economics Program Fee
The fee structure is $3,000 per semester for new admits, $2,000 (entering prior to 2015). This fee supports all activities surrounding the Master of Science in Economics degree.
College of Architecture Graduate Program Fee
The fee structure is $1,440.27 per semester for new admits, $1,413 (entering prior to 2015). The program fee will be applied to full-time College of Architecture graduate students enrolled for nine credit hours or more at Texas A&M University. The program will be pro-rated for part-time students. The fee will be charged for each of the colleges graduate degree programs.
Masters of Industrial Distribution Program Fee
The fee structure is $10,000 per year for new admits, $1,800/course (entering prior to 2015)This fee is used to support all program materials, residency week, Global Distribution Program, Capstone Project and Graduation as well as a program specialist to support the planning and logistics of all activities.
Master of Science Analytics Program Fee
The fee structure is $10,000 per semester to support the program.
Geosciences On-line Petroleum Program Fee
Master Of Geology (Resident): The fee structure is $436 per semester to support the program.
Master Of Geology (Non-Resident): The fee structure is $254 per semester to support the program.
Maser of Geophysics (Resident): The fee structure is $436 per semester to support the program.
Master Of Geophysics (Non-Resident): The fee structure is $254 per semester to support the program.
Master Of Geosciences (Resident): The fee structure is $436 per semester to support the program.
Master Of Geosciences (Non-Resident): The fee structure is $254 per semester to support the program.
Law School Program Fee
The fee structure for full-time students taking 13-16 hours is $28,000.00 for residents, and $33,000.00 for non-residents. For part-time students taking 9-12 hours is $22,000.00 for residents and $24,000 for non-residents. Resident students taking 1-8 hours will be charged $1,295.00 for the first hour and $915.00 per additional hour. There will be an additional hourly charge for students taking more than 16 hours.
New Graduate Student Fee
A non-refundable new graduate student fee of $50 is charged to all new graduate students. This fee is assessed the first semester the student is registered.
Professional Program in Biotechnology Program Fee
This fee is $530 per semester.
Sponsored International Students
An administrative fee not to exceed $500 per semester or summer term (all or part thereof) will be required to support international sponsored students whose programs are coordinated through the Sponsored Student Programs Office, unless these fees are waived as part of negotiated contractual agreements.
Thesis/Dissertation/Record of Study Fee (Processing Fee)
This fee includes the review, processing and archiving of each thesis/dissertation/record of study, along with other services provided by Thesis and Dissertation Services. Archival formats include microfilm or digital storage. The fee does not include binding of personal copies. Information on binding personal copies is available on the OGAPS website (http://ogaps.tamu.edu) in the applicable thesis/dissertation/record of study section.
Masters fee: $110, Doctoral fee: $170