Tuition & Financial Aid
Current rates and payment information for Full-time students and Professional Main Campus students: University Cashier’s Office. Full-time and Professional Main Campus students will be charged at the University Cashier's Office rates for both Nelson Hall and RTP classes.
Students in the Professional RTP program and the Professional Online program pay tuition under DELTA (distance education) tuition rate when taking classes at RTP or Online: DELTA Tuition Information RTP and Online students will be charged the rates listed on the Cashier's Office site for classes at Nelson Hall.
*Please note that although the Professional program in RTP and Online program are both classified under DELTA, the Online program is a separate program.
Based on estimated rates:
- Professional students entering in Fall 2012 on the Main Campus can expect to pay approximately $34,986-$46,076 (in-state). This is the estimated cost for the entire program.
- Full-time students entering in Fall 2012 can expect to pay at least $37,317 (in-state) for four semesters. International students can expect to pay $62,383.12 for tuition and fees. This is the estimated cost for the entire program.
Applicants also should expect a slight increase (mandated by the legislature or university) in fees for each academic year. All tuition revenue generated through increases will be allocated to the MBA program to improve career services, provide more training in management skills, and lay the foundation for future growth in the program.
Estimated annual expenses for full-time graduate students can be found here. Please note that tuition charges for MBA students are higher than that shown on the general University estimate. MBA tuition rates can be found here. In addition, many full-time students travel to national career fairs, which are not included in tuition fees. Students beginning the program in Fall 2009 or later will pay a one-time $100 fee to the MBA Student Association (MBASA). The fee will be used for professional and social student events and activities within the MBA student clubs.
*If you are not a North Carolina resident, but are a US citizen, your tuition and fees will most likely decrease your second year, once you qualify for in-state residency.