Costs & Financial Aid
The Master of Science in Technology Innovation is a self-sustaining, fee-based program administered by the Graduate School, in collaboration with UW Professional & Continuing Education.
Course fees are charged on a per-credit basis and are the same for all students. In addition to course fees, students pay other required fees each quarter, including registration and technology fees. There may be additional costs for textbooks or other course materials.
Fees are due at the start of each quarter and are subject to change.
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Financial Aid and Other Funding
We highly encourage you to start exploring financial aid options as soon as you decide to apply to the program. U.S. students can apply for various forms of financial aid, including federal financial aid, scholarships and loans. Because MSTI is a fee-based program — rather than a state-funded one — students are not eligible for tuition exemptions or University grants. For more information about financial aid available to fee-based students, visit the fee-based programs page of the Office of Student Financial Aid website.
GIX has limited partial scholarship funds for MSTI and GIX dual degree students. All applicants will be considered, and scholarships will be awarded at the time admissions decisions are made. While these scholarships may provide some financial support, they do not cover all program fees or any living expenses.
International students may be able to apply for government and industry scholarships available in their home countries.
Graduate Funding Information Service
The Graduate Funding Information Service (GFIS) assists UW graduate students in their search for funding opportunities for graduate school-related expenses. GFIS representatives host workshops, post funding announcements and meet one-on-one with students.
Some employers will cover all or part of the cost of a professional education. Check with your employer to see if such a program is available.