Graduate Program Tuition Info

The MEAE Graduate Program tuition is a combination of program specific differential tuition and regular tuition fees from the University of Utah Graduate School. The differential portion of the tuition goes toward the costs of providing advanced technology, software license access in addition to recruiting and employing working industry professionals to teach courses. The students in the MEAE program are enrolled in 10 credits per semester, over a total of four semester.

You can see the most recent tuition schedule per credit hour using these links:
Utah Resident Tuition Rates: here
Non Utah Resident Tuition Rates: here

The MEAE program is a time-intensive program with an intense and demanding program of study that we feel makes it hard to maintain a full time work load. We strongly discourage students from having full-time employment as this will likely compromise their success.

We understand the financial concerns related to applying and attending our graduate program. Domestic students may apply for financial aid through the FAFSA process, Click here to visit the U of U’s Financial Aid website. international students in previous years have been able to acquire student loans and funding in their home countries to assist with these costs.

The Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) is excited to announce the establishment of a new Masters of Entertainment Arts and Engineering (MEAE) student assistantship program. Click here to read more about this financial support program and fill out the application for a funded position during your graduate program!