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Can you help me understand the concept of "Professional Tuition and Fees"?

Asked by squirbel (4277points) March 15th, 2010

Take a look at this “Cost of Attendance” document, please.

Now, I am interested in an Undergraduate Architectural degree. I need help with these questions:

- Does an architectural student pay both the general tuition [3k], and the professional tuition [11k]?

- Why is an architectural degree so much more? Architecture has always been my love, and I’m frustrated that it costs more to attain.

- I read that a freshman does not have to pay those fees. When and what occurs so those fees must be paid?

I may have more questions as information flows in, so this is not a topic one should pop in and blurt a one liner answer – please and thank you.

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bob_'s avatar

It costs more because it costs them more (labs and whatnot). You should call the University to make sure you’re not misinterpreting anything.

njnyjobs's avatar

It’s one or the other. The professional tuition is what you pay when accepted into the CADC degree program, otherwise you pay the general tuition.

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