The Master of Science in Analytics in Atlanta is a premium tuition program. Course fees are charged on an enrollment basis and differ for Georgia state residents and non-residents. The estimate below is based on 2022-2023 rates and is subject to change without notice.
Other Funding Options
Students admitted to the Master of Science in Analytics program may be eligible for the following funding options:
- Assistantships: Every year, we are able to offer dozens of graduate teaching assistantships (GTAs) to MSA students for either one semester or two semesters. The approximate value of an assistantship is more than $12,000 per semester for in-state students and more than $17,750 per semester for all others.
- Every applicant is automatically considered for MSA-funded teaching assistantships, so there is no additional application form needed. Assistantships are open to all full-time students (US citizens, permanent residents, and international students).
- Other MSA students find employment as graduate research assistants or graduate teaching assistantships for faculty or academic units around campus.
- Fellowships: We have a limited number of fellowships that we are able to offer to top applicants in addition to assistantships. As with assistantships, every applicant is automatically considered for MSA fellowships.
Any additional financial information can be found on Georgia Tech’s Graduate Studies webpage.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply for federal financial aid programs, which include student loans. We encourage you to apply for financial aid as early as possible. To apply for federal financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The federal school code for Georgia Tech is 001569.
International students are not able to apply for federal financial aid programs in the U.S., but may find aid or loan resources in their countries of origin, through their employers, or from other sources.