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What is the price for going back to school for a master's degree in Dallas, Texas?

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As of 2014, the cost of attending the University of Texas at Dallas, a public university, for a master's degree is $7,621 per semester for a Texas resident taking 15 units. For a non-resident, graduate tuition is $15,433 per semester for a full-time student taking 15 units.

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Other options for getting a master's degree in Dallas, Texas include the private universities Southern Methodist University, Dallas Baptist University and the University of Dallas. Typically tuition rates are higher at private universities for state residents. For the University of Texas at Dallas, residents of Oklahoma pay the Texas resident tuition plus $30 per credit hour.

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