Master of Science in Economics & Master of International Affairs (Combined Degree)
Tuition and required fees over the three years in the MS ECON-MIA is split between the two programs and will correspond with the student’s primary program of enrollment. Students will be charged tuition and required fees for the Economics department in the student’s first year of enrollment. In the second year, the student will be charged tuition and required fees for the International Affairs department. In the third year, the student will be charged MS ECON tuition and required fees in the fall semester and MIA tuition and required fees in the spring semester.
MS ECON Estimated 2023-24 Tuition and Required Fees
Visit https://liberalarts.tamu.edu/economics/about-the-m-s-program/tuition-fees/ for the most up-to-date information about tuition and fees for the MS ECON degree.
MIA Estimated 2023-24 Tuition & Required Fees
Considering the typical course load each semester is 4 courses/12 credit hours taken in-residence at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX, estimated 2023-24 tuition and required fees for each semester of the Master of International Affairs portion of the degree is as follows:
Texas Residents: $6,716 per semester
Non-residents: $6,864 per semester (after non-resident tuition waived)
International students: $8,561 per semester (after non-resident tuition waived)
Optional fees (such as sports passes, parking passes, etc) are extra and not included in the estimate above.
All students admitted into the Master of International Affairs and enrolled full-time are awarded a competitive, merit-based scholarship which is not subtracted or removed from the cost estimate above. Visit our Funding page for more information about scholarships!
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Cost of Living in Bryan-College Station, TX
The Bryan-College Station community has a bustling population of around 273,000 residents and is located in the southeastern portion of the state, centrally located within easy driving distance of major metropolitan areas (Houston, Austin, Waco, Dallas/Fort Worth, and San Antonio). Texas A&M could be described as an urban campus with a small-town feel. College Station offers a lively college environment and is a great place for families, with well-maintained parks, recreation centers, walking trails, and bike paths, as well as numerous entertainment activities here and in the region.
Its affordable cost of living, economic opportunity, and spirited country-vibe help it rank on multiple sites as a great place to live. Compare our caliber and our affordability to competitor schools, and you’ll see why Texas A&M University is ranked #1 in “Best Value” and “Best Public College” in Texas, according to Money Magazine 2022.
Information about the total cost of living in the Bryan-College Station area as a graduate student is available through the Texas A&M University Scholarships & Financial Aid website, though living expenses for each Bush School student will vary greatly depending upon personal preferences and needs.