Whether you’re enrolled in the One-Year MBA or the International MBA, our goal is to deliver a program that provides you with a competitive return on your investment. In addition to one of the most affordable tuition rates in the full-time MBA program market, we offer competitive financial awards. We aim to meet your needs of a top-ranked MBA education and low debt as you start your post-MBA career.
Tuition distribution of your program fee will vary by length of your degree:
|Program||Summer Payment||Fall Payment||Spring Payment|
|International MBA: Year 1||22%||14%||14%|
|International MBA: Year 2||22%||14%||14%|
Program Tuition and Fees
|Resident Type||Program Fee 2022-23|
|South Carolina Resident||$25,625|
|South Carolina Resident J.D./MBA*||$16,320|
** Rate applies to individuals who are active duty when starting the program and will resume active duty military service upon completion of the program.
Program Fee 2022-231
|South Carolina Resident||International MBA||$32,000|
|Residents of Academic Common Market Eligible States2||International MBA||$32,000|
|Sister-State Resident3||International MBA||$32,000|
|South Carolina Resident||JD/International MBA||$26,784|
1Program fee is for the duration of the program and not an annual fee.
2The Academic Common Market: Established to help out-of-state students reduce the monetary investment needed for graduate studies. Under the ACM agreement, a non-resident student may pay in-state tuition, provided the institution they wish to attend is a member of the ACM 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. This information is subject to change and it is managed by the ACM directly.
- States participating in the ACM and supporting the International MBA program at the
Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia, West Virginia
- States participating in the ACM but NOT supporting the International MBA at the Moore
Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas
3The University of South Carolina/Sister-State Tuition Benefit program: Offers resident (in-state) tuition to citizens of the following countries and states:
- State of Rhineland-Palatinate/Rhineland-Pfalz - Germany
- State of Thuringen - Germany
- State of Brandenburg - Germany
- State of Queensland - Australia
- Province of Taiwan, Republic of China
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.
4In addition to tuition and fees listed above, JD/International MBA students are also responsible for paying the School of Law tuition and fees.
|Assessed per Semester||Amount|
|Student Health Center Fee (if taking 9+ credit hours)||$190|
|Student Health Center Fee (if taking 6-8 credit hours)||$127|
|Technology Fee for Part-Time Students||$17/per credit hour|
|Deposit (non-refundable; applied to first program fee payment)||$1,000|
Health Insurance: proof of coverage is required or students will be charged for insurance each academic year enrolled (annual fee is split over fall, spring and summer). Please check the graduate school's Health Requirements page for more information.
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.