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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

 

 Costs

 Summer '19

 Fall '19

 Spring '20

 Total

 Tuition

 $7,038

 $14,076

 $14,076

 $35,190

 Campus Fees

 $1,377

 $2,239

 $2,239

 $5,855

 Total

 $8,277

 $16,315

 $16,315

 $40,907

There is also an additional International Student Fee of $35 that will assessed.

Deposit

Applicants offered admission to the program must submit a non-refundable deposit to reserve a spot in the program. This deposit is a partial payment of the fall tuition bill and will be credited to the tuition bill during the fall semester of classes. Instructions on how the deposit can be paid will be included in the admission offer notification. 

 

Return on Investment

Combining business acumen with a degree in arts and humanities, social sciences, and other non-business majors helps graduates achieve higher earning power, while also enabling them to gain a competitive advantage in career advancement.  Graduates of MSM programs can realize an immediate return on investment at graduation by receiving compensation packages competitive with other business graduate programs.

Using a collaborative learning format, case-based learning, and a global focus, this program produces graduates who quickly develop those key skills and capabilities needed to launch a career in business management, consulting, analytics, entrepreneurship, and other high-demand jobs. Beyond the classroom experience, you will have opportunities to participate in professional development workshops, career coaching through Career Services, networking events, corporate tours, seminars, and student activities that combine to provide graduates with access to numerous employment opportunities within their desired fields.

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