Dual-Degree Programs - Tuition & Fees

The tuition rates for Suffolk University's Dual-Degree offerings depend on the specific program into which you are applying.

Dual Degree Tuition Rates: Fall 2022 - Spring 2023

  • Summer 2022 rates are charged the Fall 2021 - Spring 2022 program per credit rate.
  • Summer 2023 rates are charged the Fall 2022 - Spring 2023 program per credit rate.

College of Arts and Sciences - Joint Degree

Programs (Full-time: 12-15 Credits) Credits Per Credit rate
MS in Mental Health Counseling/MS in Crime & Justice Studies per credit $1,256
Master of Public Administration/MA in Applied Politics $1,307
Master of Public Administration/MA in Global Public Policy $1,307
Master of Public Administration/MS in Crime and Justice Studies $1,2307
Master of Public Administration /MS in Mental Health Counseling $1,230

Sawyer Business School - Dual Degree Programs

Programs (Full-time: 12-15 Credits) Full time per semester Per Credit
MBA/MS in Accounting $24,570 $1,638
MBA/MS in Taxation
MBA/MS in Finance
MS in Accounting/MS in Taxation
MS in Accounting/MS in Finance
MS in Business Analytics/MS in Marketing $24,570 $1,638
   
MBA/MS in Business Analytics $24,570 $1,638
MBA/MS in Marketing
MS in Business Analytics/MS in Finance
MS in Accounting/MS in Business Analytics
MS in Business Analytics/Master in Management & Organizational Leadership
   
Master of Public Administration/Master in Management  & Organizational Leadership Per Credit $1,433
MS in Business Analytics/Master of Health Administration Per Credit $1,415

Law School - Dual Degree

Program Credits Per Credit rate
JD/MBA (Per Credit) per credit $2,040
JD/Master of Public Administration (Per Credit) $1,815
JD/MS in Finance (Per Credit) $1,924
JD/MS in Criminal Justice (Per Credit) $1,870

Students enrolling in the Law joint degree program after the first year

Students enrolling in the law dual-degree programs pay a specific tuition rate that reflects the cost and the value of both degrees provided in the dual-degree program.

If a student chooses to enroll in a dual-degree program after attending as a law student, they will be charged a different tuition rate for their first year as a dual degree student. This adjusted rate reflects the cost of what the student would have paid if they were enrolled in a dual degree program during their first year.

For the following years, students will be charged the specific tuition rate for their particular dual-degree program.

Entering in the Law Joint Degree in year 2
JD/MBA - Day per credit $2,295
JD/MBA - Evening $2,088
JD/Master of Public Administration - Day $1,839
JD/Master of Public Administration - Evening $1,913
JD/MS in Finance - Day $2,053
JD/MS in Finance - Evening $1,924
Entering in the Law Joint Degree in year 3
JD/MBA - Day per credit $2,408
JD/MBA - Evening $2,489
JD/Master of Public Administration - Day $1,969
JD/Master of Public Administration - Evening $1,929
JD/MS in Finance - Day $2,121
JD/MS in Finance - Evening $2,164
Entering in the Law Joint Degree in year 4
JD/MBA - Evening per credit $2,828
JD/Master of Public Administration - Evening $1,938
JD/MS in Finance - Evening $2,395

Fees

Mandatory Fees

Dual-degree students attending classes in both the Law School and the College of Arts & Sciences or the Sawyer Business School are charged bar dues as well as the graduate student fee. Students enrolled in online courses will be responsible for the online technology fee.

Mandatory Fees Semester Charge
Graduate Student Activity Fee $53
SBA Dues - Law Day $67
SBA Dues - Law Evening $50
Bar Prep Fee - Law Day $390
Bar Prep Fee - Law Evening $290
University Technology Fee - Grad and Law Day $175
University Technology Fee – Grad Part time and Law Evening $88
Online Technology Fee $200
SBS Entry Fee $350
MPA/MHA Entry Fee $250

Miscellaneous Fees

Miscellaneous Fees Semester Charge
Late Payment Fee $70
Returned Item Fee $25
Travel Assistance Plan (Short Term) $160
Travel Assistance Plan (Semester) $200

Note

Some or all instruction for all or part of Academic Year may be delivered remotely. Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the Academic Year.