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Tuition Rates

Tuition rates for Purdue and Indiana University are established by their respective boards of trustees and are subject to change. Financial aid is available.

Indiana University Program Tuition

Indiana University's Kelley Executive Degree Program rate is $1,145 per credit hour. This cost includes tuition and additional fees, and hotel accommodations in Bloomington, Ind. It also includes breakfasts, lunches and some dinners.

Purdue University Program Tuition

Purdue's rate for the MS-MBA program is $1,165 per credit hour. It covers tuition and fees, hotel accommodations, breakfasts, lunches and some dinners for the all Purdue residency sessions, including the international residency.

Payment

Tuition for the MS-MBA program is invoiced by each school separately. IU tuition must be paid upon receipt of invoice. Purdue tuition must be paid prior to the start of each Purdue module or late fees will apply.

Additional Costs

Transportation to residency sessions, including the international residency location, are not covered in tuition. Textbooks and course materials are also not covered. Textbooks are estimated to cost $100-$200 per module.

Financial Aid

For information on applying for domestic financial aid, please visit our financial aid page. Typically foreign students are not eligible for Title IV federal student aid, making private loans the only option. If the student holds an eligible non-citizen status, they may qualify for federal aid.

  I'm sold on the distance learning concept, and for all sorts of reasons. It's also the key to flexibility in the program. If I couldn't walk through the lectures on my own, I'd miss too much class with work travel. It's hard to explain without a demonstration, but the lectures are truly interactive. And finally, the class is full of top-notch agribusiness people. The contacts and learning from  ... READ MORE  

Sara Vacek

Soybean Quality Traits Product Manager - Monsanto
MS-MBA Class of 1999-2001

  I'm sold on the distance learning concept, and for all sorts of reasons. It's also the key to flexibility in the program. If I couldn't walk through the lectures on my own, I'd miss too much class with work travel. It's hard to explain without a demonstration, but the lectures are truly interactive.

And finally, the class is full of top-notch agribusiness people. The contacts and learning from other students is tremendous. But I have to warn you up front, it is a commitment. I devoted about 20 hours a week to the program. All that said, I would recommend this program to anyone serious about agribusiness and their careers.  

Sara Vacek

Soybean Quality Traits Product Manager - Monsanto
MS-MBA Class of 1999-2001