Tuition and Fees

Foreign Language Teaching courses have one of the lowest tuition rates of any graduate program – which has nothing to do with program quality! Students accepted the Master of Arts or the Certificate pay the same rate, $700 per credit = $2100 per course, regardless of residency (same tuition for in-state, out-of-state, or international).

See “Online Foreign Language Teaching Masters” in the tuition list from the MSU Controller’s Office:

Student Accounts – Accessing and Troubleshooting

Student Information System: (Click here for the SIS Student Help page)

Access your account, along with many other tasks, through SIS (Student Information System).

Student Guide to Student Accounts:

Payment Plans

MSU Controller’s Office – Payment Plan:

You do not have to pay your tuition all at once each semester. MSU offers interest-free payment plans. Contact the Controller’s Office directly with questions.

Linguistic Diversity Fellowships post

Linguistic Diversity Fellowships – as of 2022

  • Incoming students – 5 per semester
  • Master’s project – 1 selected per year

Further details under Latest Posts

Seeking Financial Aid – MSU Resources

MSU Office of Financial Aid:

MSU Graduate School Financial Aid page:

MSU Libraries Guide to Grants & Financial Aid:

In this library guide: Click Grants for Individuals

MSU Support for Veterans and Families

Office of Financial Aid – General Information for Veterans:

Student Assistant Jobs

Hourly jobs: 5-20 hours per week for full semester

Project jobs: 10-12 hours total to 50 hours total

Student Assistant Jobs – Paid positions through the MAFLT Program

Further details are provided on MAFLT Students ( – see News or main menu for FLT Jobs page.

Other Questions about Tuition and Finances

If you have other questions about these topics, there are some that the MAFLT Office can answer, and many that we cannot. You should contact the Controller’s Office or the Office of Financial Aid directly.