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Tuition and Fees

When you register and take an iMSM course, you will pay the University of Illinois a tuition of $302 per credit hour effective Fall 2020. This would make a 4 credit hour course $1,208 and a 2 credit hour course $604.

Estimated Expenses:

  • Credit hours required: 36
  • Cost per credit hour: $307
  • Total tuition: $11,052*

The iMSM program is an approved cost-recovery and self-supporting program. Students in such programs are not eligible to receive tuition and fee waivers except statutory waivers.

*Annual inflation rate adjustments to tuition possible. Additional costs for case packets may be incurred. Student participation in immersion, alumni, and networking events are not included.

Scholarship Opportunities

Gies College of Business and Coursera have partnered to offer a limited number of need-based scholarships covering 70% of tuition for qualified students. Students who plan on enrolling in August 2021 for the online MS in Management (iMSM) program will be eligible to apply. Recipients will be selected based on need, academic standing, and essay submissions. To apply, indicate your interest in the graduate college application and upload your essay with your application. Scholarship essays must be received at the time of application submission for full consideration.

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."