Tuition Rates and Financial AId
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.
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.
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.
Applicants desiring federally funded aid should fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Students must apply for FAFSA loans every year by September 1.
All federally funded Stafford Loans for the program are available only through the Indiana University Financial Aid office. Use the federal school codes for Indiana University only. If you have accidentally filled out a FAFSA using Purdue’s federal school code, please contact program manager, Taryn Nance.
FAFSA Code: I.U. Bloomington 00180900
When aid is awarded, IU tuition will automatically be paid. Any additional money borrowed will be direct deposited, or mailed in the form of a check. The student is responsible for paying Purdue.
Since loans are disbursed in three installments, it is possible a student may be a bit short to pay Purdue at the time payment is due. If that is the case, students can apply for a PLUS Loan to bridge the gap between payment and Stafford Loan disbursements.
The program school year runs from fall through the end of the summer semester, though financial aid is only awarded for fall, winter and spring. For financial assistance through the summer semester, a student can apply for a Direct PLUS loan.