TUITION & FEES
The tuition fees for the Management of the Growing Enterprise and Non-Profit and Charitable Organizations specializations for the 2016-2017 academic year are $760 per semester hour. The program is a total of 45 semester hours for a total estimated tuition of $34,200. The 2016-2017 tuition for the International Business specialization is $805 per semester hour. The program is a total of 45 semester hours for a total estimated tuition of $36,225 (there is an additional cost for the Travel Study). Tuition rates typically increase in May for the next academic year.
PAYMENT OF FEES
Graduate students may pay in full when registering or adopt one of the following payment schedules:
- Pay in two equal installments with the first payment due the first Friday of May for summer semester, the first Friday of September for fall semester, or the first Friday of January for spring semester. The second payment is due June 15 for the summer semester, October 15 for the fall semester, or February 15 for the spring semester. If registration occurs after the first payment date, then tuition is due in full upon registration.
- Pay using the Credit Card Payment Plan option - with 4 equal payments for fall and spring semesters and 3 equal payments for the summer semester.
See the Office of the Registrar website for further details. Online banking is the preferred payment method.
Scholarships may be awarded based on individual merit after considering the applicant's undergraduate GPA and optional GMAT score. Scholarships available specifically for MBA students include the Kaulius Entrepreneurial Leader Award and the Raymond James.
The Kaulius Entrepreneurial Leader Award available to students in the entrepreneurship stream of the MBA program. The School of Business selects only one recipient from a list of eligible candidates.
The Raymond James Entrepreneurial Leader Award is available to students in the entrepreneurship stream of the MBA program. Only two award recipients are chosen by the TWU Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership.