This program requires 30 credits, which is at least six fewer than the other journalism programs at NYU. You’ll take seven 4-credit courses and one 2-credit course. You can look up the latest information regarding tuition and fees by academic year on our NYU Bursar’s Website. As an online student you won’t have to move to New York, no need for a visa for international students, and you can continue to work through our flexible part-time options while earning a master’s degree from a prestigious university.
Nearly all students in the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, like the majority of MA students in other departments at NYU, are financing their own graduate study through external funding awards or student loans. Information on external funding opportunities and student loans follows.
To receive federal or state financial aid you must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or permanent resident of the United States. If you would like to learn more about funding options that may benefit international students at NYU, please visit the Financial Aid and Scholarships website.
Payment Plans defer tuition or allow you to pay tuition monthly.
Student Loans: U.S. applicants interested in federal student loans should fill out the FAFSA application after January 1 of the year in which they are seeking admission: fafsa.ed.gov.
Detailed information on filing the FAFSA application is found on-line at the NYU Financial Aid website. The NYU Federal School Code is 002785. At the graduate level, federal financial aid consists primarily of federal subsidized and unsubsidized student loans.
International applicants interested in student loans can find sources of loans available to international students at the NYU Financial Aid website. The website also lists other resources available to international applicants and students.
Payments from students living outside the United States must be in U.S. dollars.