Tuition and Financial Aid
USF School of Management Graduate Programs
Financing Your Graduate Education
The USF School of Management is committed to providing excellent educational opportunities and to assisting students in meeting the cost of a private education.
Tuition Information for 2018-2019 Entrants
Tuition estimates are based on the number of units required by each program and may vary according to the number of classes in which a student is enrolled. The 2018-2019 year includes Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Intersession 2019, and Spring 2019. All tuition rates are subject to change.
|Program||Estimated Cost Per Unit||Total Units||Estimated Total Program Tuition|
|Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation||$1,275||36||$45,900|
|Full-Time Master of Science in Financial Analysis||$1,385||35||$48,475|
|Part-Time Master of Science in Financial Analysis||$1,385||34||$47,090|
|Master in Global Entrepreneurial Management (MGEM)||n/a||45||$38,000|
|Master of Science in Information Systems||$1,170||36||$42,120|
|Full-Time Master of Nonprofit Administration||$1,150||36||$41,400|
|Part-Time Master of Nonprofit Administration||$1,150||36||$41,400|
|Master of Science in Organization Development||$1,475||32||$47,200|
|Master of Public Administration||$1,170||38||$44,460|
|Online Master of Public Administration||Visit onlinempa.usfca.edu for tuition information|
|Fees: MBA students pay a GBA (Graduate Business Association) and a AGUSF (Associated Graduate Students of USF) fee each fall and spring semester. Students in all other graduate programs (excluding MGEM and certificate programs) pay the AGUSF fee each fall and spring semester.
General Health Insurance: please visit Student Health Promotion Services
Student Health Insurance
The USF health insurance policy is required for all graduate students unless a student is covered by equivalent insurance coverage. USF health insurance is charged for students enrolled in fall (August 1 - December 31) and spring (January 1 - Jul 31) semesters. It is not charged or required for students who start their program in the summer until the fall enrollment period begins August 1. For complete information about student health insurance, including an explanation of the Opt-Out policy, please visit USF Health Promotion Services.
U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible for low-interest loans offered by the U.S. federal student loan program. For information on federal student loans, visit www.fafsa.ed.gov, or contact the USF Financial Aid Office at (415) 422-2020 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also wish to visit the USF Financial aid website. The USF school code for FAFSA is 001325. We recommend that you submit your FAFSA as early as possible, even before an admission decision is made.
|Financial Aid Resources|
|www.fafsa.ed.gov||Federal and State grants, work-study and loan|
|www.csac.ca.gov||California Student Aid Commission – making education affordable|
|www.ed.gov||US Department of Education|
|www.finaid.org||The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid|
|www.salliemae.com||Nobody lends you more support. Both grants and loans available www.nasfaa.org National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators|
|www.nasfaa.org||National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators|
|MoneyGeek.com||Paying for College guide|