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Graduate Business Tuition and Scholarships

2019/20 Tuition & Fees

Tuition Rate

The 2019-2020 tuition rate for graduate programs in the McColl School of Business is $1,165 per credit hour. Tuition does not include fees, books, or materials.

Program

Foundation Courses
$600 per credit hour

Tuition
$1,165 per credit hour

Total Tuition
Prior to scholarships

MBA   

up to $3,600
up to 6 credit hours

$41,940
36 credit hours

$45,540

MBA with a
concentration

up to $3,600
up to 6 credit hours

$45,435
39 credit hours

$49,035

MS in Organization
Development

N/A

$41,940
36 credit hours

$41,940

Executive Coaching
Certificate

N/A

$17,475
15 credit hours

$17,475

Finance Certificate

up to $2,400
up to 4 credit hours

$17,475
15 credit hours

$19,875

Healthcare Management
Certificate

up to $2,400
up to 4 credit hours

$17,475
15 credit hours

$19,875

Leadership & Change
Certificate

N/A

$17,475
15 credit hours

$17,475

Fees

The following fees apply only to students who are taking classes on campus.

  • General Fee: $284 (Fall and Spring terms only)
  • Parking Fee: $50 (valid for one academic year)

Scholarships

To be considered for a scholarship, you must complete the admissions process and the fellowship application by the priority deadline.

  • Fall Priority Deadline: Aug. 1
  • Spring Priority Deadline: Dec. 1
  • Summer Priority Deadline: April 15

Merit-Based Scholarships

The McColl School of Business provides a limited number of merit-based scholarships. These awards are based on the overall strength of the entire admissions file.

Need-Based Scholarships

To be considered for a need-based award, you must complete the FAFSA in addition to the fellowship application and admissions process by the priority deadline.   

External Scholarships

We encourage you to research opportunities through professional organizations, civic groups, religious organizations and honor societies (such as Beta Gamma Sigma). 

We do not maintain a comprehensive list of external scholarships. Some online resources for finding graduate school scholarships include:

Scholarships for First-Year Graduate Students

Graduate Scholarships

Yellow Ribbon Program

Queens is a Yellow Ribbon Program Institution. We value your military experience and are proud to be able to offer financial support for veterans

Loan Options

Students seeking federal student loans must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov. Queens University of Charlotte’s school code is 002957. 

Financial Aid 101 provides an overview of your financial aid package and the types of financial support offered at Queens.

Payment Options & Plans

Queens provides a variety of payment options and plans to help you manage your investment in your education.

Contact Us

If you have questions about scholarships, programs, or admissions, contact the McColl School of Business Graduate Admissions Office (704-337-2224 or mccollschool@queens.edu).

If you have questions about other financial aid or payment options, contact Student Financial Services (704-337-2225 or finaid@queens.edu).

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