How to understand your Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance is an estimated budget that the school uses to help students maximize financial aid opportunities. This budget is estimated using direct and indirect costs that a student will incur while enrolled in an academic program.
Direct Costs: Expenses that the student will pay directly to the school. These items include Tuition and Fees, and Health Insurance.
Indirect Costs: Estimated expenses that the student will incur while enrolled in an academic program but will not pay to the school. These items include Books and Supplies, Room & Board, Personal Expenses, and Transportation.
Please note: The cost of attendance is calculated based on the current academic year's budget and represents the estimated expenses for a single academic year. In the event your program extends over multiple academic years, the fees listed in the budget indicate the estimated annual cost, not the total cost of the program.
Masters of Professional Accountancy (MPAc)
|Tuition and Fees (1)||$51,360|
|Health Insurance (1)||$5,610|
|Books and Supplies||$1,949|
|Room & Board (2)||$15,926|
- Footnote (1)
- The tuition, fees, and charges posted here are estimates based on currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final; actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California or, as authorized, by the President of the University of California. Accordingly, final approved levels and charges may differ from the amounts shown. For the most recent tuition and fee amounts, please visit the UC Davis Tuition and Fees website.
- Footnote (2)
- For estimates of off-campus housing costs near the UC Davis campus please review: Housing Costs Near UC Campuses. For more information on actual off-campus rental costs please visit the Student Housing website.
- Footnote (3)
- If eligible for Federal Direct loans the Cost of Attendance will be $252 higher on your MyAwards than what is displayed here. The average Direct Loan fee for Graduate students is $252. Please note that this fee component will be displayed in your budget whether or not the loans are accepted.