Joining American University's MS in Measurement & Evaluation program will provide you the opportunity to master Logical Framework and improve projects from strategy through evaluation. Learn new expectations in transparency and ethics and gain critical experience using emergent technologies and the nuanced soft skills needed for measurement and evaluation positions.

By graduation, you'll be ready to step into this rapidly growing sector and lead. The D.C. area alone projects an outstanding 29 percent job-growth rate for those with this degree, and the rest of the nation can expect 19 percent — more than triple the average growth rate of U.S. positions.

Plus, every degree in AU's School of Professional & Extended Studies focuses on career readiness and filling industry skill gaps as identified by employers nationwide — meaning your tuition is an investment in your career.

Domestic Students

MS in Measurement & Evaluation Tuition

Cost per credit hour

$1,345

Total number of credit hours

30

Total estimated cost, minus fees

$40,350

Fees and Additional Costs (Subject to Change)

Technology fee

$40 per semester

Other costs to budget for*

$550 books and supplies

$725 personal expenses

$110 loan fees

*These costs are an estimation based on the average student — your individual costs may vary.

International Students

As an international student, you won't incur any additional costs in tuition beyond what's prescribed for domestic students.

Military Students

American University is ranked as the 35th Best College for Veterans in U.S. News and World Report's 2018 rankings. We're proud of our veteran and military-affiliated students and their families, and we value and appreciate the perspectives they bring to our learning communities.

American University is approved for both the Montgomery and Post-9/11 GI Bills and we participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Other military benefits include:

  • Veteran Services Office Connect with groups, announcements, and supportive resources that apply to veterans and their families.
  • Veterans Liaison Network Dedicated to helping our veteran students achieve their educational objectives.
  • Career Center Professional resources to help veterans achieve their professional goals.

How Will I Pay for This?

From scholarships to financial aid, we're committed to providing exceptional opportunities to qualified students. Learn more about your options as an American University student.

Get Your Tuition Questions Answered
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Sources
1. Carnevale, Anthony, et al. (June 2013). "Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements through 2020." Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce