Overview of Programs
Current University of Chicago undergraduates interested in joint degree programs in the Physical Sciences Division should review the relevant information provided in the College Catalog.
Tuition and Registration Information
Students who are admitted to a four-year joint Bx/MS program in the Physical Sciences Division will be charged tuition at the graduate rate during their fourth year of undergraduate study. For 2020-2021, the quarterly tuition for graduate students is: $18,472.
This flat tuition fee of $18,472 will be assessed each quarter of enrollment beginning in Autumn Quarter of the student’s fourth year of undergraduate study if they are enrolled in any of the following programs:
- Joint BS/MS in Chemistry
- Joint BA/MS or BS/MS in Computer Science
- Joint BA/MS or BS/MS in Mathematics
- Joint BA/MS or BS/MS in Statistics
Students with questions about how scholarships, student loans, or other forms of aid will be applied should reach out to College Aid. Their contact information is below.
Consistent with the College’s policies regarding enrollment, students must be enrolled in a minimum of 300 units per quarter during their fourth year to maintain full-time status as a student. Students in joint Bx/MS programs are not permitted to be enrolled in fewer than 300 units.
Students are expected to finish both the Bx and MS portions of their joint-degree program by the end of their fourth year, and the degrees are conferred simultaneously.
Tuition rates and full-time registration requirements in a quarter of enrollment will apply to any Physical Sciences Bx/MS program added in the future. Tuition rates will be updated annually consistent with the billing rates published on the Bursar’s website.
Contact Information for Bx/MS Students
Financial Aid Questions:
1115 East 58th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
Degree Completion Questions (Bx portion of program):
Student’s individual academic adviser
Degree Completion Questions (MS portion of program):
MS Program Contact
Other general questions about joint degree programs
Sierra Sterling, Assistant Dean of Students, Physical Sciences Division (email@example.com)