Because the M.S. in Agronomy program is offered at a distance, many of the costs associated with getting a masters degree are no longer a concern. Students can keep their current employment and have no need to relocate. In addition, all students in the program regardless of their location are assessed in-state tuition. This is made possible by cooperation with Distance Education. The M.S. in Agronomy Program follows Iowa State University graduate tuition rates, which can be viewed at the Tuition and Fees Distance Education web page. Aside from tuition costs, students in the program will need to pay a delivery fee for course materials, textbook costs, and travel, lodging, and meal expenses for on-campus visits.
There are several scholarship and funding opportunities available for students in the MS program. For more information, please click the links below.Virgil K. Webster Graduate Scholarship