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2023-2024 Tuition & Fees
The following tuition, fees, and other expenses have been established at Boston University Questrom School of Business for the 2023-2024 academic year. These numbers are expected to be updated to reflect the 2024-2025 academic year in late March of 2024.
Summer and Fall 2024 tuition totals are estimated based off of the 2023-2024 tuition numbers. This figure is subject to change once 2024-2025 tuition and fees are released in March 2024.
|MASTER IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS||12-Month Track||16-month track|
|First Year Fall Tuition||$31,899||$31,899|
|First Year Spring Tuition||$31,899||$31,899|
|Housing & Food (Estimated)||$15,450||$23,175|
|Loan Origination Fee||$204||$306|
|SUMMER 2024||12 MONTH TRACK||16 MONTH TRACK|
|Tuition*||$19,080 (10 credits)||$7,632 ( 4 credits)|
|*Summer 2024 tuition and fees have not been released, and are subject to change|
|ESTIMATED TOTAL PROGRAM COST|
|12 Month track||$109,277|
|16 Month track||$117,483|
|*These figures are estimates and are subject to change|
Note: Tuition and fees reflected are based on the current 2023-2024 academic year. These are subject to change without notice.
*Summer and Fall 2024 tuition totals are estimated based off of the 2023-2024 tuition numbers. This figure is subject to change once 2024-2025 tuition and fees are released in March 2024.
1 Fees include the Student Services fees and Health and Wellness fees for the year; does not include any special fees that may be associated with the specific schools/colleges.
2 Health insurance is subject to change for 2023-2024 academic year. Full-time and students who are enrolled in at least 9 credits are required by Massachusetts law to carry health insurance. Students covered under another health plan that meets Massachusetts requirements may waive participation in the Boston University Plan. Students with coverage from insurance carriers outside the United States or coverage by non-US National Health Service programs may not waive participation. Charged in the fall semester for the academic year.
You will not be billed for any indirect expense, but we do encourage you to think about your budget and plan accordingly. Indirect expenses include books and course materials, supplies, incidentals, and personal expenses.
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