Cost of Attendance

The chart below is an estimate based on the 2015-2016 academic year. Tuition and fees are subject to approval by the Texas A&M Board of Regents and are subject to change. In addition to tuition and fees, students will need to purchase course materials and technology.* 

 Per Course
(3 hours)
(30 hours)
(30 hours)
(36 hours)
Texas Resident $2,522.99 $25,230 $47,032 $30,276
Non-Texas Resident in Texas $3,356.99 $33,357 $58,792 $40,284
Non-Texas Resident or International $3,838.49 $38,385 $58,975 $46,062

Tuition and fees shown above are estimates and are subject to change. A tuition calculator can be found on the University’s Student Business Services website. The above cost does not include elective fees, e.g. textbooks and application for graduation. 

*MID program costs include program technology, materials, hotel accommodations for the global trip, capstone project presentations, and residency week for year 1 and 2. 

Financial Aid

Financial Aid is available to all Texas A&M University students, who qualify, regardless of completing an on-campus or distance education degree program. For more information, visit the Scholarships and Financial Aid website

Distance Education Scholarships

The college of engineering will award Distance Education Scholarships to Texas Residents who demonstrate financial need. These scholarships will be awarded to individuals enrolled as a degree seeking student in a distance education masters of engineering or masters of science program with the college of engineering. Recipients will receive up to $1500 per semester for up to three years, contingent on demonstrated financial need and enrollment status. The eligibility requirements for the Distance Education Scholarships for engineering students are as follows:

  • You must be a Texas Resident
  • You have completed and submitted the FAFSA or TASFA and have a demonstrated financial need. Deadlines for submitting your FAFSA or TASFA are: 
    • Spring 2016 scholarships: October 15, 2015
    • Fall 2016 scholarships: July 15, 2015
  • You must be enrolled in as a degree-seeking student in a distance education masters of engineering or masters of science program in the college of engineering
  • You must be enrolled at-least half-time for the semester(s) you receive the scholarship (6 hours in the Fall & Spring, 3 hours for the Summer)
  • Maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA

Students who receive the award, can be eligible for $4500 per academic year based on demonstrated need and enrollment status.