Master's in Economics Cost and Return on Investment
Maximum value. Minimum time.
Getting a Master’s in Economics from Eller often costs less than other similar programs.
Plus, there are no additional program fees—and no sacrifice in quality. In fact, just the opposite. You’ll have high-quality interaction with top research faculty, which leads to high employability. Plus, if time is money, then this immersive, one-year program provides you with even higher ROI. Apply now or request more information.
Arizona Resident: $18,000
We are pleased to be able to offer all students financial aid in the 2022/2023 academic year. The total of tuition and fees over the three terms of the MS program minus financial aid is equal to $18,000 for Arizona residents, and $38,500 for non-residents.
Master's students are not considered for graduate assistantships within the economics department, though they may seek employment elsewhere at the university if they wish.