Tuition and Cost of Attendance
For the 2012-13 Academic Year, tuition is set at $1,305/credit. To get a complete schedule of tuition and fees charges, please visit the University Registrar’s Office.
Students can receive financial aid up to their Cost of Attendance (or Student Budget). The cost of attendance includes both direct costs (tuition and fees) which are billed by the university and indirect costs (living expenses, books, etc) which are not billed directly to you but are a part of the costs of attending law school. It is meant to provide an estimate of the cost of one year at Denver Law; each students actual expenses, especially living expenses, will vary.
- The MSLA program requires 36 credit hours to complete. At the current tuition rate ($1,305/credit), this is a tuition cost of $46,980.
- The Certificate Program requires 18 hours to complete. At the current tuition rate ($1,305/credit), this is a tuition cost of $23,490.
- The tuition rate changes each fall semester, if you will be enrolled more than one academic year, your actual tuition costs may be higher.
- Students enrolled in the full-time MSLA program will receive a financial aid award based on enrollment in 12-15 credits per semester.
- Students enrolled part-time will receive a financial aid award based on enrollment in 4-7 credits per semester. If you plan to take more than 7 credits per semester, please fill out a Budget Adjustment Form and the Office of Financial Aid will revise your Cost of Attendance and financial aid eligibility.
- The Cost of Attendance for different credit loads is published by the Office of Financial Aid.
Types of Financial Aid Available