Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology (LDT)
Program Tuition Estimate
Tuition for the Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology program at USC Rossier is charged per unit each semester. The cost of classes and primary fees typically increases each year by approximately 3-5%.
Cost of Attendance
Fees are typically charged per semester. First semester graduate students should expect the following:
|Tuition||Mandatory Fees||Other Fees|
|The 2021-2022 tuition fee is $2,035 per unit. Expect an approximately 3 ‒ 5% tuition increase each year|| Orientation: new student fee, graduate = $55
(charged first semester only)
|Student health insurance. See https://studenthealth.usc.edu/ for fees and waiver information|
|Tuition refund insurance. See arr.usc.edu/services/ registration/tuitionrefund.html for rates and opt out instructions.|
| Graduate student programming fee = $40
(charged per semester)
| Norman H. Topping student aid fund = $8
(charged per semester)
|TOTAL = $2,035 x # of units||TOTAL = $103 for full-time students||TOTAL = Varies|
Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology Scholarships
As an applicant for the Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology (LDT) program, you will be automatically considered for several USC Rossier scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $20,000. There is no need to submit a separate application.
Recipients are selected based on academic achievement, demonstrated dedication to the USC Rossier mission and other distinguishing characteristics. Applications are reviewed in rounds. Candidates who complete an application in rounds 1 or 2 will receive primary consideration. All scholarships are awarded at the time of admission.
You may also view USC Rossier’s list of additional scholarships, fellowships and grants that may require a separate application. Additionally, the university offers some institutional scholarships.
Other Financing Opportunities
As a Master in Education in Learning Design and Technology student, you are eligible to apply for several forms of financial aid. The USC Financial Aid Office will review your application, determine your financial need and process your summary document, which will mostly consist of federal loans. In addition, USC participates in a variety of private student loan programs.
For more information on financial aid, visit the financing graduate school page.
You’ll also find useful tips in our blog post, How to Pay for Grad School.