2022 Average Graduate Tuition in Georgia

For academic year 2021-2022, the average graduate school tuition & fees is $7,118 for Georgia residents and $16,909 for out-of-state students over 616 graduate schools in Georgia. Emory University has the highest graduate tuition & fees ($45,684) and Savannah College of Art and Design has the second highest costs ($45,684) in Georgia.
The average cost per credit hour, for part-time students and/or overloaded credits, is $266 for Georgia residents and $734 for out-of-state students. Next table shows the 2022 average graduate school tuition & fees for Georgia graduate schools.
Average Graduate School Tuition & Fees in Georgia (2021-2022)
Tuition & Fees
Georgia residents$7,118
Out-of-State$16,909
Cost per Credit Hour
Georgia residents$266
Out-of-State$734

Georgia Graduate School Tuition & Fees Changes from 2013 to 2022

The tuition & fees of Georgia graduate schools have increased 6.24% ($1,013) from $16,246(2013) to $17,259 (2022). Next table shows the changes of Georgia graduate school tuition & fees for last 10 years.
Georgia Graduate School Tuition Changes from 2013 to 2022
YearGeorgia Residents In-State Tuition & FeesOut-of-State Tuition & FeesGeorgia Residents Cost per Credit HourOut-of-State Tuition & Fees
2011$6,457$16,129$228$627
2012$6,594$16,394$239$650
2013$6,678$16,246$254$696
2014$6,884$16,829$253$695
2015$7,040$16,826$262$716
2016$7,300$16,967$273$742
2017$7,297$16,672$274$745
2018$7,292$16,795$272$755
2019$7,404$17,112$277$777
2020$7,392$17,191$284$782
2021$7,480$17,170$284$775
2022$7,489$17,259$287$789
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