Master of Actuarial Science
Program cost is $21,524* for Georgia residents and $45,794* for non-Georgia residents. A nonrefundable seat deposit of $250 is due upon enrollment and will be applied toward the tuition and fee balance.
*Fees are estimates and subject to change.
The estimated cost for the program is based on tuition, student fees and textbooks. Costs for technology and meals are at the student’s discretion, and are not reflected in the above estimates.
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