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your degree
In-state tuition is $566.50 per credit hour, out-of-state tuition is $1028 per credit hour. In addition, there are mandatory fees of $190.25 per credit hour and a once-a-semester fee of $105.50.
Program
Total cost (In-state)
Total cost (Out-of-state)
Healthcare Law
$24,638
$39,406
Indigenous Peoples Law
$25,394.75
$40,624.25
International Business Law
$24,638
$39,406
Energy & Natural Resources Law​
$24,638
$39,406

In-state tuition is $566.50 per credit hour, out-of-state tuition is $1028 per credit hour. In addition, there are mandatory fees of $190.25 per credit hour. LL.M. students are assessed a per-semester Academic Service Fee of $2,500. This fee will be waived for online LL.M. students.

Program
Total cost (In-state)
Total cost (Out-of-state)
Healthcare Law
$18,584
$29,660
Indigenous Peoples Law
$19,340.75
$30,878.25
International Business Law
$18,584
$29,660
Energy & Natural Resources Law​
$18,584
$29,660
* Tuition figures are estimates and are subject to change. The cost breakdown may change depending on when you start. LL.M. students are assessed a per-semester Academic Service Fee of $2,500. This fee will be waived for online LL.M. students.
What is the
FAFSA?

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is your gateway to getting the financial assistance you need to complete your college degree.

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Financial aid is available for students who qualify. The University of Oklahoma’s Financial Aid office assists students by providing information about scholarship and financial aid opportunities. For more information, students can contact OU Online Financial Aid at onlineaid@ou.edu or visit us at ou.edu/online/finaid

It doesn’t cost anything to fill out a FAFSA and usually takes less than an hour to complete. Remember, to receive aid, you must have full and clear admission into the program.

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What do you need to file a FAFSA?
  • FSA ID, which you’ll create at StudentAid.gov
  • OU Federal School Code: 003184
  • Social Security Number
  • Driver’s License
  • Bank Statements
  • W-2 forms and tax returns from two years ago. You may use an estimated income; however, OU may require you to verify your income.
Applying for Financial Aid

To apply for federal financial aid, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Apply early so you can receive your official aid offer as soon as possible.

When completing your FAFSA, make sure you choose the correct year depending on when you plan on enrolling in courses.

  • 2024-2025 FAFSA includes Fall 2024, Spring 2025, and Summer 2025
PROGRAM SPECIFIC AID

Only courses in degree-seeking programs may receive aid.

Additional or alternate program-specific aid may be available to qualified candidates. Ask your enrollment coach for more details and qualifications on program-specific aid.

OU Financial Aid Advisors

Our financial aid advisors are here to help you succeed and provide you with the support needed to obtain educational funding. The Department of OU Online Financial Aid has experts available to help students attend college with peace of mind, so they can focus on their degree.

Email: onlineaid@ou.edu