How Much Does It Cost?
Tuition is $550 per credit hour plus fees for all students, regardless of location. This tuition rate is subject to change.
This is an off-book program. As such, it does not accept the UF EEP or Florida State Tuition Waiver. Graduate and non-degree seeking students pay Capital Improvement/Technology fees to the university. Visit our Finance & Accounting website for more information.
Graduate certificate students are not eligible for federal financial aid but may be eligible for alternative loans. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for federal or alternative loans.
We recommend that graduate certificate students carefully consider multiple lenders and loan programs as well as loan amounts, terms and policies prior to applying for an alternative loan. The financial institution you bank with will likely be able to provide information on available loan programs. Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarship’s Alternative Loans page for more information on selecting alternative loans and loan lenders. After you’ve secured a loan, the University of Florida will process it with your lender of choice.
For more information or questions, please contact our Financial Aid Coordinator:
Financial Aid Advisor
Student Financial Affairs Office
Veterans Affairs and Military Students
Graduate certificate and non-degree seeking students are eligible for benefits through the G.I. Bill or V.A. Tuition Assistance.
Active-duty military members interested in using tuition assistance benefits should contact their base education office and coordinate payment by emailing email@example.com. The UF V.A. office will need to be involved to coordinate the benefits and payment.
- There is a $30 application fee for students applying to the graduate certificate program. Non-degree seeking students are exempt from application fees.
- Some courses may require textbooks that must be purchased separately.