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Full-time MBA program cost and financial aid

Move your career forward with the MBA for what’s next — the W. P. Carey MBA at Arizona State University. Learn more about our affordable program cost and ways to fund your MBA.

Estimated total program cost

Fall 2023 admits

Tuition and fees*

Resident

$62,033

Nonresident

$100,707

International

$105,904

*Note: All amounts shown in the Tuition and Fees Schedules or in other university publications or webpages represent tuition and fees as currently approved. However, Arizona State University reserves the right to increase or modify tuition and fees without prior notice, upon approval by the Arizona Board of Regents or as otherwise consistent with board policy, and to make such modifications applicable to students enrolled at ASU at that time as well as to incoming students. In addition, all tuition amounts and fees are subject to change at any time for correction of errors. Finally, please note that fee amounts billed for any period may be adjusted at a future date.

Full-time MBA program deposit

Before beginning your classes, you are required to pay two non-refundable deposits:

  • $500 reserving your place in the program, must be submitted within the timeframe associated with your application date or by the stated deadline in your admissions letter
  • $500 applied to your student account in your first semester and confirming your enrollment in the program, is required for course registration

Financial aid

Funding your degree is one of the most important factors in returning to school, which is why the W. P. Carey School of Business has a financial aid services team dedicated to your specific needs as a grad student. We're here to help you navigate billing, scholarships, loans, deadlines, and more.

Completing the FAFSA

To apply for federal financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The application is available October 1 for the following academic year. ASU's school code is 001081. Learn more about tuition and financial aid at ASU, including eligibility requirements and answers to frequently asked questions.

Deadlines

The FAFSA can be completed at any point in your current academic year, but we recommend these deadlines for completing your applications and receiving funds in a timely manner.

Date

June 15

July 15

August 1

Recommended Steps

Complete your FAFSA

Complete supporting documentation requested by Student Financial Assistance

Accept your financial aid via My ASU

Veterans benefits

ASU's Veteran Benefits and Certifications does not determine eligibility but will assist you by administering veteran's educational benefits and certifying your enrollment.

Full-time MBA scholarships

At the W. P. Carey School of Business, we believe that scholarships are much more than just money for school. Scholarships are an investment in you, in your dreams, and in our shared future. Our commitment to preparing leaders for the challenges ahead — and ASU's charter, that we are measured not by who we exclude but by who we include — empowers the W. P. Carey School to make generous scholarships available to Full-time MBA students.

Graduate assistantships

In addition to scholarships, graduate assistantships provide a stipend and a professional position within the W. P. Carey School designed to enhance your resume. A limited number of assistantships are available, which require approximately 10 hours a week during the academic year.

Loan options

Federal Unsubsidized Loans

Lending limit: $20,500 per academic year

Interest rate

5.28%

Origination fee

1.057%

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Federal Graduate PLUS Loans

Lending limit: Awarded up to a student's cost of attendance, less other forms of aid awarded

Interest rate

6.28%

Origination fee

4.228%

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Private education loans

  • Obtained from a private lender
  • Interest rates, loan fees, repayment options and eligibility requirements will vary
  • Review additional information regarding private student loans
  • Private student loans may be an option for international students who do not qualify for federal student loans