Private loans and MSU scholarships are available to qualified graduate students pursuing their Master’s in Cybercrime and Digital Investigation. This accredited program is not currently eligible for federal student loans, but a request for eligibility has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. For more information on private student loans, review the corresponding information at Graduate Loan Resources. Review Gift Aid for scholarship options. Once the program is approved, students will be evaluated for federal loan eligibility.
To discuss your options, contact the Financial Aid Office at 517-353-5940.
Master of Science in Cybercrime and Digital Investigation Online Tuition*
Cost Per Credit Hour
Total Number of Credit Hours
Total Estimated Cost, Minus Fees
Fees and Additional Costs for Master of Science in Cybercrime and Digital Investigation Online (Subject to Change Without Notice)
Student-Voted Taxes and Service Fees
Approximately $20 USD per semester
Other Non-Specified Costs
Textbooks and other supplies, personal expenses and loan fees.
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