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Tuition and Financial Aid

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Your graduate degree requires a significant financial commitment. At Krannert, we do not take this lightly.

What is the estimated investment in the next giant leap in your professional and personal development? 

Tuition

Cost Per Credit Hour Full Tuition
Indiana Residents $813 $24,390
Out-of-State Students $950 $28,500
International Students $1,575.45 $47,264

Based on 30 total credit hours. Tuition costs are subject to increase based on approval by the Purdue University Trustees.  

Estimated Costs

Cost of Living* $15,960
Books & Supplies $1,450
Health Insurance / Medical Allowance $622

*Based on a 12-month program.

The cost of living and books and supplies figures are based on estimates from the office of International Students and Scholars (ISS). 

For additional information about tuition and program costs, please contact the admissions specialist for details.

Financial Aid

Purdue understands that funding your education can be an overwhelming challenge, and we work diligently to assist you in helping pay for your education.

All applicants to the MSGSCM program are considered for scholarships during the admission review process.

Scholarships

Each year, Purdue offers top applicants scholarships to help reduce the cost of attending the Krannert School of Management. These merit-based awards do not require any additional application as all applicants are considered. Awards will be released to admitted students approximately every two weeks. 

Financial Aid at Purdue

The University's Division of Financial Aid helps students find ways to eliminate financial barriers to a Purdue education. Use this resource to learn about available types of financial aid, how to apply for aid, and much more.