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Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University

Tuition and Financial Aid

Students in the full-time MBA program are charged the current tuition set by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. The costs listed below are estimates and meant to give you some idea about the cost per credit hour. Additional information about tuition and fees rates can be found on the Bursar’s webpage at http://bursar.okstate.edu/.

Expected Expenses 2017-2018 Resident Non-Resident Purely Online Resident Purely Online Non-Resident Purely Online Active-Duty Military
Tuition & Fees Per Credit Hour $405.05 $1,030.95 $474.35 $580.00 $429.00
Spears School Professional Development Fee (Fall and Spring) $250.00 $250.00 ----- ----- -----
Expected Term Expenses 2017-2018 Resident Non-Resident Purely Online Resident Purely Online Non-Resident Purely Online Active-Duty Military
Projected cost of enrollment at 13 credit hours (includes professional development fee) $5,515.65 $13,652.35 ----- ----- -----
Projected cost of enrollment at 6 credit hours (without professional development fee) ----- ----- $2,846.10 $3,480.00 $2,574.00
Estimated full program expense based on 2017-18 rates Resident Non-Resident Purely Online Resident Purely Online Non-Resident Purely Online Active-Duty Military
45 credit hours
(full-time)
$18,977.25 $47,157.60 ----- ----- -----
42 credit hours
(part-time)
$17,012.10 $43,313.76 $19,922.70 $24,360.00 $18,018.00

Spears School Professional Development Fee

Degree candidates in the Spears School of Business enrolled on the Stillwater or Tulsa campus are assessed a professional development fee of $250.00 each spring and fall semester. Details about services the fee provides are available on the Graduate Career Services page.

Graduate Assistantships

The MBA program has a limited number of graduate teaching assistantships (GTA) for fulltime students on the Stillwater and Tulsa campuses. Applicants should indicate their interest on the Program application. The determining factor is the GMAT score; because the selection process is highly competitive, students with high scores may be offered an assistantship depending on the availability of positions.

Students for whom English is not their first language must meet minimum TOEFL/IELTS speaking scores to be eligible for GTA awards. For details, please see http://gradcollege.okstate.edu/content/application-process-0, and click the International Applicants tab.