Temple University is a state-related institution in Pennsylvania. Tuition rates for the Master of Science in Hospitality Management are determined by a student’s residency status.
Tuition rates for each academic year are approved by the Board of Trustees and announced by Temple University Bursar’s Office every July. Review details on the Bursar’s Office website.
Course materials such as textbooks are not included; textbooks and course materials typically cost approximately $100 per course.
View the current Temple University tuition rates and utilize the tuition calculator to estimate your tuition rate. Select your student level (college graduate), residency, school or college (School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management), and credit hours.
The tuition calculator should be used to calculate tuition by semester.
$933 per credit hour (Pennsylvania resident)
$1,082 per credit hour (out-of-state resident)
Note: Rates listed are for the 2020-2021 academic year and does not include additional university or program fees. Tuition rates are approved and announced by the Temple University’s Bursar’s Office every July.
Applicants to the Master of Science in Hospitality Management are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships based on academic and professional achievements. Students do not need to complete additional forms or submit additional application essays or recommendations in order to be considered for scholarships.
Temple University alumni receive a 5% tuition scholarship to the Master of Science in Hospitality Management.
You are encouraged to consider other sources of scholarship funding from organizations to which you belong, such as religious organizations, fraternal organizations, clubs, athletics, veteran groups, ethnic groups, unions, employers, rotary clubs, etc.
Graduate Assistant positions are available for master’s students and will be made public in the spring to all students admitted to the Master of Science in Hospitality Management.
NOTE: To be considered for any position, a student must first have been admitted to the program . At that time, information on open positions, as well as instructions on how to apply, will be sent to all admitted students. It is in the student’s best interest to apply by March 1 to gain early access to available positions if they are admitted into one of our programs.
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