Exactly, mine was about $7k a year. Well worth the degree and the school I attended.
Originally Posted by cowmoo32
When I graduated my program was one of the best in the country and my tuition was ~$8k a year. I'm back at the same school and the program I'm in now has multiple MIT and Harvard PhDs teaching and we have one professor for roughly every 8 students; tuition is about the same. There are good public schools out there if you're not hell bent on paying for the name a private school carries.
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