Tuition is based on your Pennsylvania resident or nonresident status and credit load. To see current MMM tuition and fees, visit the University Bursar's Tuition Schedules or use the Tuition and College Cost Estimator. (In the Tuition and College Cost Estimator tool, choose "Penn State Erie" as your Campus of Primary Enrollment and "Behrend College" as your College in the drop-down menus.)
Students attending classes on the Behrend campus will need to purchase a parking permit—either a semester pass or a temporary (one-day) pass.
The Graduate School application has a one-time fee of $65.
There are many resources available to help you pay for your master's education. That includes scholarships/fellowships, loans, tuition reimbursement, veterans benefits, and more.
Graduate assistantships are available to students in Behrend’s MMM program.
If you plan to apply for financial aid, you must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Penn State’s six-digit FAFSA code is 003329. At the graduate level, you can access federal student loans if you are enrolled in 5 or more graduate credits per semester.