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Admission & Tuition

At Ross, we believe that the lack of necessary financial resources should not be a barrier to attending our MBA Program. A number of federal and private loan options are available. Approximately two-thirds of students at Ross receive some form of financial aid.

Estimated Expenses for 2013 – 14

A total of 60 credits is required to earn the MBA degree.

Estimated tuition and fees to complete the Part-time MBA Program total about $104,000 for in-state tuition and $114,000 for out-of-state tuition.*

    Michigan Resident Non-Michigan Resident
Evening Program First Hour $1,896 $2,063
(per credit hour)  Additional Hours $1,711 $1,878
       
Weekend Program First Hour $1,906 $2,073
(per credit hour) Additional Hours $1,721 $1,888
  • Evening students enjoy a flexible format in which they take courses at their own pace.
    • To complete the degree, students must earn 60 credits.
    • The norm is 7.5 credits the first term and up to 9 per full term thereafter and 3 credits per half term.
    • Some 80 percent of Evening students finish the program between 2.5 and 4.5 years.
  • Weekend students enjoy a structured, cohort-based program that meets every other weekend for 24 months.
    • To complete the degree, students must earn 60 credits.
    • Credits range between 9 and 10.5 per term.
    • All Weekend students complete the program in two years.

Other estimated program-related expenses include:

  • Books  (per year) $756
  • Federal Loan Fees $100

Students applying for financial aid may borrow other budgeted expenses. Approved financial aid budgeted expenses include housing, food, and personal expenses.

*All tuition rates are subject to Regent approval and change. The tuition rates for the 2014-15 academic year are expected to be posted in July 2014.

Loan Options
Approximately two-thirds of student financial aid for U.S. citizens and permanent residents comes from federal programs administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Ross participates in the Federal Direct and Federal Perkins loan programs. Private educational loans also are available to assist with school expenses.

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