The cost of courses in the Regulatory Science degree programs are covered through the special session student course fees and miscellaneous fees collected for the courses. The special session course fee for courses is currently $950 per unit. The total cost for this program is on the more affordable end of the spectrum for regulatory masters programs nation-wide.
While there are no grants or scholarships awarded for this program, participants may be eligible to receive support from employer tuition support programs, graduate student loans, and veteran’s benefits. The Masters Program and the Advanced Certificate in Regulatory Affairs are approved for federal student aid. Information about student aid programs may be obtained from the SDSU Financial Aid Office. For Advanced Certificate students, here is some important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program. Note that financial aid in the Fall and Spring semesters requires students to enroll in least one course in each session to qualify; two courses in a single session will not qualify. In the Summer, students must be enrolled in at least 5 units to qualify for financial aid. Students should plan accordingly.