Pursuing a graduate business degree is a big decision, and putting that decision into action requires detailed attention. Trulaske Graduate Programs offers support and knowledge to help you navigate this important and sometimes complex process so your big decision is the right decision.
Tuition and Fees*
|Crosby MBA||execMBA**||Online Master of Accountancy||Online MS in Finance||Graduate Certificates|
Includes tuition, fees, laptop, e-books and international trip
*Estimates based on 2019-2020 tuition and fees and are subject to change. Payments may be made in monthly installments per semester with a 1 percent finance fee. **execMBA students are considered full-time graduate students and can apply for federal financial aid loans.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Please use our cost calculation and example worksheets to calculate the costs for your particular situation for your program of choice. The estimates are based on 2019-2020 academic year costs and tuition and fees may change each year. Please see the University of Missouri Cashier's Office for current costs.
Types of Aid
All federal aid and many scholarships require a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). There are a variety of student loans available to graduate students.
Complete the FAFSA at fafsa.gov and include the Mizzou student code: 002516.
By utilizing a combination of loans, most eligible students will see an initial award offer up to their cost of attendance with the following loans:
- Federal Stafford Unsubsidized Loan
- Graduate PLUS Loan (requires credit check)
- Private Education Loan
Interest rates are market-based and will be determined by June 30. Loan terms and conditions are available at financialaid.missouri.edu.
Each federal loan is charged an origination fee by the federal government, which reduces the actual loan amount you receive.
If your employer offers educational benefits, we can assist you with applying it toward your graduate business education.
University of Missouri employees and their family members can receive discounts on tuition for courses at MU. Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid page to learn more.
MBA Financial Aid
- execMBA students are considered full-time graduate students and are eligible to apply for federal financial aid.
- Benefit-eligible MU employees may receive educational assistance with MU tuition and a tuition reduction for their spouses/dependents.
- Military applicants may be eligible for a tuition discount through Mizzou Online.
The Crosby MBA Program offers scholarships to the most highly-qualified students each year. Awards range from $500-$2,000 per semester and are offered on a competitive basis, with all applicants automatically considered. Additionally, scholarship money may be awarded throughout the student's academic career to help fund professional development activities such as attendance at national career conferences, professional certification training, study abroad experiences and competition in national case competitions.
Highly-qualified Crosby MBA students are offered the opportunity to work as a Trulaske College of Business graduate assistant (GA). GAs may be assigned to work in a department or office, aid with teaching an undergraduate course, or assist a faculty member with research.
Benefits of being a GA:
- Gain work experience
- Work closely with our award-winning faculty
- Receive a financial stipend of $4,097 per semester for 10 hours of work per week (paid monthly)
- Receive full tuition and non-resident fee waiver. The tuition fee waiver program is explained in more detail on the Mizzou Graduate School website - Graduate Student Tuition Waiver Program.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Please use our cost calculation and example worksheet to calculate the costs for your particular situation. The above estimates are based on 2018-2019 academic year costs and tuition and fees may change each year. Please see the University of Missouri Cashier's Office for current costs.
Out of state residents may have the opportunity to apply for in-state Missouri residency after one year of living and working in Missouri. For more information, click here.