The Collins College of Business announces a new tuition structure for all business graduate students beginning Aug. 21, 2017. In an effort to fight rising tuition costs across the U.S. and the increased debt load carried by many students, the new tuition rate for graduate business courses will be $900 per credit hour, which represents a 27 percent decrease. The new rate applies to all current and incoming graduate business students.
“TU wants to do its part to make earning a graduate business degree from a Top 100 university more accessible and affordable,” said Gale Sullenberger, dean of the Collins College of Business. “With the recent economic downturn, many companies reduced or eliminated tuition assistance programs that helped make it possible for students to pursue advanced degrees. TU’s graduate business programs offer excellent value for professionals who seek to expand their career prospects. We hope this tuition reduction will give more students the opportunity to enhance their skills and experience to meet critical needs in the business landscape without the burden of excess debt.”
In addition to the tuition reduction, the college also offers generous scholarships to eligible graduate business students. Learn more about TU’s graduate business programs or apply today.