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Tuition/Financial Aid (Graduate)
Total tuition for graduate degrees in the Seidman College of Business varies by program. Students complete a minimum of 33 credit hours depending on program, background courses needed, and electives. Michigan residents enrolled in graduate programs pay $547 per credit hour, while non-Michigan residents pay $730 per credit hour.
The Full-Time Integrated MBA (FIMBA) program costs includes tuition and program fees. Tuition for 2012-2013, based upon 42 credit hours required for the program is $22,788* and $30,426* for Michigan residents and non-Michigan residents, respectively. The program fees for all FIMBA students applicable in 2012-2013 are $11,544.
*6 summer credits based on 2011-2012 tuition rates
Financial Aid and Scholarships
There is a variety of resources available to assist students with tuition and fees. Detailed information can be found at the following websites.
Other Scholarship Sources
Page last modified August 27, 2012