Tuition and Financial Aid

MBA program costs are charged per semester hour. This does not include the cost of textbooks, class materials and course fees. For up-to-date tuition rates and information about fees and expenses, visit the Graduate School website.

Help in financing your education is available through scholarships, assistantships, fellowships, and loans. The Graduate School Financial Assistance webpage contains additional details about financing options available to graduate students.

If you have any questions or would like further information about scholarships and assistantships, contact

Tuition benefit programs, offered by many employers are an excellent alternative financing option. Check with your human resources department to determine if your organization can provide tuition assistance.

MBA students may be eligible for an employee development scholarship based on participating organizations in the program. Please refer to the Financial Assistance section of the graduate catalog to see the list of qualified employers.