Tuition and Costs
Moving to a new community can be a challenge whether you are moving a few miles or across the globe. Purdue knows your decision to attend graduate school is not taken lightly and that you consider all financial aspects. West Lafayette, Indiana is an inviting community for students and families alike. Purdue is a great place to live and learn. In 2012, The Atlantic ranked Lafayette, Indiana the second most brainiest metros in the U.S. The West Lafayette/Lafayette community is an affordable place to live, compare the cost of living to other university communities across the U.S. Purdue offers an off-campus housing resource for students looking to live within the community.
*All fees are subject to increase based on approval by the Purdue University Trustees
Combined with required and electives courses, modules direct students through diverse levels of business courses while sharpening case study preparedness, analytical competencies, critical thinking, communication and leadership skills. There are two modules per semester.
Listed are standard graduate cost of attendance estimates for the 2013-14 academic year.
MBA, MSIA and MSHRM
For residents of Indiana, the program fee each semester is $11,204.00*
For non-residents of Indiana, the program fee each semester is $21,087.00*
Overview of Tuition and Fees 2013-2014 – Purdue Bursar’s Office, West Lafayette Campus
For specific questions about tuition payments for all Master’s Programs, please contact the Purdue Bursar’s Office.
(All University fees are subject to change without notice)
MBA for STEM Professionals
For residents of Indiana, the One-Year Full-Time MBA for STEM Professionals program fee is $56,610.
For non-residents of Indiana, the One-Year Full-Time MBA for STEM Professionals program fee is $62,900.
A $750.00 non-refundable admissions deposit will be required. The deposit will be applied towards the first semester’s tuition upon enrollment.
In-State billing will be $12,500 (Summer 2014), $22,055 (Fall 2014), and $22,055 (Spring 2015), for a total cost of $56,610.
Out of State and International billing will be $14,000 (Summer 2014), $24,450 (Fall 2014), and $24,450 (Spring 2015), for a total cost of $62,900.
For residents of Indiana, the MS(A) program fee is $21,316*
For non-residents of Indiana, the MS(A) program fee is $40,582*
Limited financial aid is available for qualified students.
For residents of Indiana, the MS(F) program fee is $42,000*
For non-residents of Indiana, the MS(F) program fee is $48,500*
10-Month Program, 5 Modules
Global Entrepreneurship Program
Tuition for enrollment beginning August 2013 is $43,500*
Students will be enrolled in Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters with billing through CEC.
Tuition fee per semester is $14,500 (Lodging is included in program costs)
Estimated budget per student:
Visa costs (France/China) $200
Insurance (required – approx. $325 per semester) $650
Laptop (one time cost) $1,500
Textbooks (estimated costs) $1,500
Food/Transportation ($450 per month x 12) $5,400
Travel expenses (France, China, USA) $6,500
Total (estimated non tuition costs) $15,750
Total Estimated costs $59,250
For information on the program fee for the Weekend MBA, please contact Don Roush email@example.com.
*All fees are subject to increase based on approval by the Purdue University Board of Trustees