In light of possible continued testing difficulties amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UF Graduate School temporarily adjusted the GMAT and GRE testing policy for Spring 2021. For Spring 2021 admissions, applicants to one of Warrington’s Specialized Master’s programs will no longer be required to submit a GMAT or GRE score as part of the admissions process. Please contact the program administrators for updated application requirements and to check space availability.
Estimated Program Costs
All costs are estimated for the entire program (based on Fall 2016 academic year) and are subject to change.
Professional Development Fee: $500.00
(Non-Refundable, due within two weeks of program acceptance)
Students enrolled in Hough Masters programs pay a professional development fee which is used to develop key professional traits attractive to employers. Examples include team building activities, case competitions, career workshops, networking events, conferences and guest speakers. International students may pay a higher fee for workshops that address an introduction to the U.S. academic culture, working in teams, professional presentations and English writing skills appropriate for a business environment.
Total Program Tuition billed per term:
- In-state: $16,982 Florida Resident Tuition Fees (32 credits x $530.69/credit) plus course fees (billed each semester)
- Out-of-State: $38,724 Non-Florida Resident Tuition Fees (30 credits x $1,255.41/credit PLUS 2 credits x $530.69) plus course fees
- Study tour program credits are charged at the in-state rate regardless of residency Back to content
Please note that the 2 credits for the Silicon Valley program are charged at the in-state rate, regardless of residency classification.
Silicon Valley Program (required):
- ~ $1,800 (includes $1,000 program fee plus estimates for airfare, food, and incidentals) additional to tuition
Other costs estimated for the entire program:
- Total Books and Supplies: $1,500
- Computer Costs: $1,500
- Housing and Meals: $10,000
Financial aid may be available to help cover the costs associated with the program. Visit the Office for Student Financial Affairs (SFA) website for more information.
In-State Tuition Reciprocity
The program is a participant in the Academic Common Market, which is a program created by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), to allow students from 16 Southern states to ‘study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college, while paying in-state tuition.’ The program is currently approved to offer tuition reciprocity to state residents of Alabama. Students from other SREB member states, should contact the program for more details about tuition reciprocity in their state.
To help offset the cost of tuition we hire a limited number of student assistants to work in our center. Student assistants are hired in the beginning of every semester.
For those interested in evaluating potential scholarship opportunities, please use the Scholarship Search Engine hosted by The Office for Student Financial Affairs.
Federal Student Aid and Loans
Most students (U.S. Citizens/U.S. Residents) are eligible to receive federal loans. To apply for federal loans, you must complete the Federal Student Aid FAFSA Application.
You can get more details on the UF Financial Aid website.
For questions, contact a Hough Financial Advisor: