Tuition and Costs

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Tuition and Costs

Created with working professionals in mind, the Master in Community Development Policy and Practice program requires minimal time on campus, reducing the time away from work to just three weeks during the summer terms.  These short, in person terms are followed by a light, online course load during the fall through spring terms.  Students will take a total of 14 courses over 14 to 24 months.

Tuition for the 14- to 24-month master’s program totals $30,063 for out of the state applicants and $27,330 for New Hampshire residents. A detailed breakdown of tuition is shown below:  

14-Month Program Tuition


24-Month Program Tuition

Housing and Dining

(Summer Terms Only)

Students attending the summer term on campus can choose to  stay in dormitory accommodations on campus or can stay off campus or commute. Dormitory housing and dining packages for approximately 23 days on campus are arranged each summer.  Registration for dining, housing, and parking will be made available in the spring each year.

Fees and Expenses 

For a complete list of all mandatory fees and expenses for summer, fall, and spring terms, please visit the UNH Business Services webpage.

Note:  All students are required to be covered by a health insurance policy while on the University of New Hampshire campus. International students may need to purchase a health insurance policy if their current policy does not provide health coverage in the United States. Please plan on arranging for this coverage, if needed, prior to your arrival on the University of New Hampshire camps.




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Admissions Information:
Sanjeev Sharma