Financial Aid and Fees

Cost to Attend CSUDH MFT Program

The CSU system stipulates tuition for rates and the cost of attendance. The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Please refer to Cost to Attend CSUDH for additional and the most current information. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, or the Presidents, as appropriate. Changes in mandatory systemwide fees will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act (Sections 66028 - 66028.6 of the Education Code).

FeesAnnual Full-TimeAnnual Part-Time
University Graduate Student Fees$8,379 (includes $1,203 in campus-based fees)$5,367 (includes $1,203 in campus-based fees)
Estimated Books/Course Materials$1,000 (estimate cost for books and supplies)$250 - $500 (estimate cost for books and supplies)
Course Fee$195 (Tevera one-time course fee)$195 (Tevera one-time course fee)
  • Non-California resident fee for both graduate and undergraduate students is $396 per unit, in addition to the university fees listed above.
  • Foreign Visa Student fee for both graduate and undergraduate students is $396 per unit, in addition to the university fees listed above.
  • Student fees include Health Service Fee, Instructional Related Activities Fee and Student Success Fee. Optional Student Involvement and Representation Fees (SIRF). Please refer to CSUDH Tuition and Other Mandatory Fees for details.
CSUDH Graduate Equity Fellowship

Graduate Equity Fellowship (GEF) program at CSUDH seeks to increase the diversity of students completing graduate degree programs, encourage further study in doctoral programs, and promote consideration of university faculty careers.
The Program is designed to do so by providing financial support to graduate students with strong academic records. Fellowships range from $500 to $4500 for the academic year. The maximum grant period for any student is two years. Please refer to for more information.

AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program (MFP)

The MFT Department strongly encourages prospective applicants and students to apply for the AAMFT Minority Fellowship. The MFP aims to provide financial support, professional guidance to graduate students pursuing master’s and doctoral degrees in Marriage and Family therapy, who are committed to research about and service to ethnic minority and underserved populations.
The MFP is open to applicants annually. Please refer to the Minority Fellowship Program.