Cost of Attendance
Culinary Institute of America (CIA) has been accredited and is renowned in providing higher education programs both online as well as on-campus. For a single, residential, undergraduate student, the Culinary Institute of America’s tuition and fee costs come up to $32,720. The average tuition and fees at the CIA amount to $30,200. For the online bachelor programs, the tuition and fees come up to $9,660. However, the tuition and fees vary as one moves from one program to the next. For a detailed view of the tuition and fees structure, please visit CIAChef Tuitions.
In general, the total cost of attendance represents the government's estimate of what the family might reasonably be expected to pay for a year of college, based on their income, assets, and other factors. The total cost of attending CIA would consist of tuition and fee, campus housing as well as some miscellaneous expenses. To top that off, the total cost of attendance for an undergraduate student comes out to be $48,180 be it an in-state or an out-state student.
Avg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000
$30,001 to $48,000
$48,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $110,000
The net expense or the average net price for a student at the Culinary Institute of America(CIA) is calculated with respect to the annual family income of the student. This can be seen best after you go through the average net price for the 5 diverse pay levels as differentiated by the U.S. Department of Education.
Annual family income ranging from $0 - $30,000 has a net price of $26,826.
The students and family whose annual family income range is $30,001 - $48,000 have a slightly higher average of $27,453.
For the annual income range of $48,001 - $75,000, the average net price is $29,857, which is a little higher than the last range.
The students and families whose annual income is between $75,001 - $110,000, have an average net price of $32,311.
Whereas if the annual income is $110,000 and above the average net price is $33,527 which is a bit high in comparison to the average net price of $31,922.
At Culinary Institute of America, undergraduate tuition and fees are the privately borne cost of higher education collected by the college. This excludes the portion that is paid through government funds as supply/demand-side subsidies to the college, or that is paid from college endowments or financial aid. For an undergraduate student at the Culinary Institute of America, the tuition and fees amount to $32,720 for an in-state as well as an out-state student.
The estimated annual tuition for the graduate program which includes various Master’s and the Doctorate programs offered by the Culinary Institute of America is $22,406. A normal fee of $910 is levied on the students who choose to pursue a graduate program at the CIA.
For the online bachelor’s degree program, the credit costs amount to $735 with an additional technology fee of $25 per credit.
Culinary Institute of America (CIA) offers both on-campus and off-campus housing. Campus expenses include room and board as well as some miscellaneous expenses. For the students who stay on-campus, the room and board charges come out to be $11,560; while the miscellaneous expenses amount to $2,900 but if you choose to stay off-campus, then the room and board expenses amount to a total of $11,440 while the miscellaneous expenses can be expected to be around $4,076. Personal expenses might differ from student to student.
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Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Culinary Institute of America (CIA) offers 1 online programs
Master of Professional Studies in Food business
Total Cost : $ 32720
Total Credits: 30
Los Angeles, California
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