Costs & Aid
The online Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics is a self-sustaining, fee-based program administered by the UW Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering in collaboration with UW Continuum College.
Course fees are charged on a per-credit basis and are the same for resident (Washington state) and non-resident students. In addition to these fees, students pay other required fees each quarter, including registration, U-PASS and technology fees. There may be additional costs for textbooks and other course materials.
Fees are due by the third Friday of the quarter. The estimates below are based on 2019–2020 rates.
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The Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master’s program offers several scholarships to outstanding students to pay for their education. Each scholarship will cover the student’s personal cost of attendance up to $20,000. To be considered for an SCTL scholarship, submit a completed application for admission by the Priority Application deadline (March 1, 2020) and respond to the scholarship application questions included in the application.
Financial Aid and Other Funding
Students in the program can apply for various forms of financial aid to help cover their educational costs, including federal financial aid, scholarships and loans. For more information, visit the fee-based programs page of the Student Financial Aid website. Students in fee-based programs are not eligible for tuition exemptions or University grants.
Graduate Student Funding
The Graduate School’s Office of Fellowships & Awards is a resource for students seeking information about fellowships, awards and assistantships. The Graduate Funding Information Service assists UW graduate students in their search for funding opportunities for graduate school-related expenses. GFIS representatives host workshops, post funding announcements and meet one-on-one with students.
Some employers will cover all or part of the cost of a professional education. Check with your employer to see if such a program is available.