Environmental Observation and Informatics

Costs and Funding

Estimated Program Costs

Estimated costs are for tuition and fees only, based on current Wisconsin, Minnesota, and non-resident tuition rates. Housing, living expenses, and travel are not included in the cost estimates below. For the full 15-month, 32-credit program, tuition and fees are projected to be approximately:

IN-STATE TUITION
$18,584


OUT OF STATE AND FOREIGN TUITION
$39,407


MINNESOTA TUITION
$27,197


Our 15-month master's program offers students a remarkable graduate education and professional training at a cost-value less than traditional two-year residential graduate programs. Because of the accelerated and immersive nature of our program, Environmental Observation and Informatics students are not eligible for campus assistantships, but rather they can apply for paid hourly work positions on campus.

We encourage all students to apply for our Environmental Observation and Informatics program scholarship (see below), and to seek additional sources of grants, scholarships, or school loans through FAFSA. Please contact the Nelson Institute Professional Programs office at (608) 890-2600 with any questions about Environmental Observation and Informatics program costs.

Scholarship

The Environmental Observation and Informatics program scholarship offers partial funding to exceptional applicants to help offset tuition costs. Please fill out and submit the online application by December 1, 2017, to be considered for our program scholarship.