Cost of Earning an MBA Degree

Affording a Masters Degree in Business Administration

There are few decisions more important than the decision to earn your MBA degree. For all the benefits earning your MBA can have on your career, the investment in both time and money is not something to be taken lightly. Do to the cost associate with earning an MBA degree many working adults shy away from earning their MBA due to the time and financial investment. Marist College’s online MBA degree offers many financial cost effective solutions to help professional adults earn their MBA.

Marist’s AACSB-accredited MBA provides an excellent value compared to competitive MBA programs throughout the nation. Considering most employers will only consider hiring those with degrees earned from AACSB-accredited institutions, you’ll be earning an MBA that is highly respected by business leaders throughout the world. Couple that with our favorable MBA degree tuition costs, you’ll be earning a degree that won’t break your bank, but will help you quickly rise in the business world. The estimated program cost of the MBA program for the 2012-2013 year was $21,600, but is subject to change. Again, this places Marist’s MBA program in an incredibly competitive place with other private schools’ MBA programs.

Financial aid is available for qualifying students in the MBA degree program. Marist currently offers Marist Scholarships, Endowed Scholarships, Specialty Scholarship Opportunities, Corporate and Organizational Partnerships with select employers and organizations, Alumni Scholarships, as well as grants and loans. Our Office of Student Financial Services works with you to determine which scholarships you may qualify for, and help you to apply and receive this financial aid.

Applying for financial aid is very easy through Marist. To apply for aid, each student must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine if you qualify for need-based financial aid. Marist recommends that you file for aid before you are accepted into the Marist Online MBA program. Your program director will help you develop a course plan that ensures you are covered by aid.

Yes, earning your MBA can be a costly endeavor, but through financial aid, scholarships, grants, and loans, Marist is working hard to ensure you will get far more than you pay for. With industry leaders as faculty, online offerings that are recognized as top programs throughout the country, and aggressive tuition costs, earning your MBA from Marist is a no brainer you can hardly afford to miss.

 

Published by Laura Zurowski


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