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Tuition and Fees

These rates reflect current tuition and fees. Rates for FA22 start are pending Board of Trustees approval. There could be a 3-5% increase to these rates. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

$40,020

Tuition & Fees for Residents

Tuition and Fees Breakdown

Fall 2021

  • Tuition: $17,500
  • Campus Fees: $2,510
  • Total: $20,010

Spring 2022

  • Tuition: $17,500
  • Campus Fees: $2,510
  • Total: $20,010

$53,020

Tuition & Fees for International/Non-resident

Tuition and Fees Breakdown

Fall 2021

  • Tuition: $24,000
  • Campus Fees: $2,510
  • Total: $26,510

Spring 2022

  • Tuition: $24,000
  • Campus Fees: $2,510
  • Total: $26,510

Deposit

Applicants who are offered admission must submit a nonrefundable deposit to reserve a spot in the program. This is a partial payment that will be credited to the tuition bill during the first semester of classes.

Scholarship Opportunities

Gies College of Business offers a limited number of merit, need, and diversity-based scholarships for qualified students. All students who plan on enrolling for fall terms are eligible to apply. Recipients will be selected based on need, academic standing, and essay submissions. To apply, follow the essay instructions found on the admissions page. Scholarship essay submissions must be received with the application for full consideration for scholarship.

Gies News and Events

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Bertram helping build a bridge for the next generation

Jim Bertram joined Gies as an instructor of finance this fall after spending 32 years in investment banking, working for major firms like Salomon Brothers, Deutsche Bank, Banc of America Securities, and William Blair. He will be teaching Investment Banking (FIN 463) this fall and succeeding Rob Metzger as the director of the Investment Banking Academy in January.

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Torelli: From civil engineer to Gies department head

Carlos Torelli will apply his engineering mindset and marketing expertise to his new role as head of the Department of Business Administration at Gies. “We have a responsibility to give back in academia at a certain point in our careers. I returned to Gies because I knew they would value my skills and my background and give me the opportunity to make an impact."