Whether you’re enrolled in the one-year MBA or the International MBA, payment of your program fee will be distributed over the length of your program enrollment, which varies by degree. Tuition distributions are as follows:
- One-Year MBA: 10 months
- International MBA: 22 months
Program Tuition and Fees
|MBA Program Fee 2018-2019|
|South Carolina Resident||$35,702|
|Active Duty Military**||$27,500|
Special FeesAssessed Per Semester
|Student Health Center Fee (9+ credit hours)||$184|
|Student Health Center Fee (6 to 8 credit hours)||$123|
|Technology Fee||$200 (part-time students pay $17/credit hour)|
|International Student Fee||$200|
|Deposit||$1,000 (non-refundable-applied to first payment)|
* In addition to tuition and fees listed above, JD/MBA students are also responsible for paying the School of Law tuition and fees.
** Rate applies to individuals who are active duty when starting the program and will resume active duty military service upon completion of the program.
| International MBA Program Fee
(Approved for Academic Year 2018-20191)
|South Carolina Resident||International MBA||$43,142|
|2Residents of ACM eligible states||International MBA||$43,142|
|3Sister-State Resident||International MBA||$43,142|
|4South Carolina Resident||JD/International MBA||$35,504|
|Student Health Center Fee (9+ credit hours)||$184/semester|
|Student Health Center Fee (6 to 8 credit hours)||$123/semester|
|International Student Fee||$200/semester|
|Non-recurring fees (one-time fees)|
|Deposit (non-refundable, applied to first payment)||$1,000|
|1Program fee is for the duration of the program and not an annual fee.|
|2The Academic Common Market (ACM): This program was established to help out-of-state students reduce the monetary investment
needed for graduate studies. Under theACM agreement, a non-resident student may pay
in-state tuition, provided the institution they wish to attend is a member of theACM
and no comparable program is available within their state of legal residency. Of the
member states of the ACM, some offer an International MBA program; thus, residents
of those states would not be eligible for the reduced costs for out-of-state programs.
Refer to the table below for a representation of states supporting the International MBA program at the Moore School:
|● Alabama||● Arkansas||States marked with a "●" denote anticipating entities supporting the International
MBA program at the Moore School. States listed in italics denote participation in the ACM, but currently do not support the International MBA
This information is subject to change and it is managed by the ACM directly.
|● Delaware||● Florida|
|● Georgia||● Kentucky|
|● Virginia||● West Virginia|
This program was established through the sister-state agreement between the State of South Carolina and the following:
Aruba - State of Queensland, Australia - State of Brandenburg, Germany
State of Rhineland-Palatinate/Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany - State of Thuringen, Germany
Through this agreement — which is extended at will by the University of South Carolina—
any International MBA candidate who is a citizen of these states would pay in-state
tuition, significantly lowering the cost of the program. To qualify, applicants must
be admitted to the International MBA program and must demonstrate citizenship with
a valid passport.
Special tuition rates exist for residents of states participating in the Academic Common Market (ACM) and citizens of Taiwan through a sister-state agreement.
All program and university fees are subject to change without notice upon mandate of the University Board of Trustees. Program fee does not include additional university fees (see special fees and non-recurring fees listed above). Cost-of-living and travel expenses vary by individual and are not reflected in the above figures.