Tuition and Financial Aid

MS Accounting Tuition

Resident Status Tuition Per Credit Program Fee* Total Tuition
Resident $470.00 $285.00 $21,435.00
Non-Resident $575.00 $285.00 $26,160.00

Current tuition rates for AY 16-17. Tuition rates for AY 17-18 will be approved summer 2017.
*One-time program fee is assessed in autumn quarter.

Students may be required to complete an additional 4 credits of pre-term coursework prior to the start of autumn quarter.

Additional University Fees Per Quarter

Resident Status Registration Fee Technology Fee* University Fees
Resident $44.00 $41.00 $160.00
Non-Resident $54.00 $41.00 $160.00

All students pay University and technology fees based on the number of credits for which they are enrolled each quarter, excluding summer. Fees shown above assume students will complete 7 or more credits each quarter and complete the degree in one year. University fees are subject to change.

*To qualify as a legal Washington state resident you must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, immigrant or refugee and have physically resided in the state of Washington for purposes other than educational for the last 12 consecutive months. Holders of any other types of visas will not qualify. For further information, please see the UW Student Guide on Understanding Washington State Residency.

Financial Aid

The MS Accounting program at UW Bothell is fee-based. To learn more about fee-based degrees offered at the University of Washington, please visit Please note that state and UW Employee tuition exemption programs do not apply.

Students in all fee-based programs, including this degree, are ineligible for the tuition exemption program, institutional tuition waivers or the Undergraduate/Graduate University Grant programs, including the Husky Promise program. Some students, depending on financial status, may be eligible for Department of Education Loans, and are encouraged to start the free application for Student Financial Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible. Click here for information designed to help you in your financial aid research.