Graduate Program Tuition

Tuition & Fees – Bursar’s Office

School of Business graduate level courses are assessed per credit hour tuition and fixed rate general fees based on the published Tuition & Fee Schedules. This rate applies to students who are in-state or out-of-state; attend online or traditional classes; 4+1 MBA* (5th year); Dual-Degree Programs**; and Professional Development Program.

*4+1 MBA Program:  Students enrolled in the 4+1 MBA program pay the undergraduate tuition rate during their fourth (4th) year for all courses. In the fifth (5th) year, students will pay the MBA tuition rate for their graduate level courses and the published main campus undergraduate rate for any undergraduate courses. 

Tuition Incentive Program

Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business partners with Triangle area companies allowing employees of partner companies to receive tuition discounts for graduate study in select Business School academic programs. The amount of the discount received is dependent upon the number of employees within the company who are pursuing a degree.

  • Two (2) employees = 10% discount
  • Three (3) or more employees = 20% discount

All employees must apply for admission and be accepted to the Master of Business Administration program, the Master of Trust and Wealth Management program, or the Master of Accountancy program to receive the benefit.

To determine eligibility for this discount please contact Students enrolled in the 4+1 program are not eligible for this incentive.

Military & Veterans Discount

Currently serving uniformed service personnel and military veterans are eligible to receive a 20% tuition discount, pending proper documentation/identification.

This discount cannot be combined with the Tuition Incentive Program. In addition, 4+1 students are not eligible for this discount .

Financial Aid

Questions about financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid. The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business does not offer scholarships for graduate students at this time. 

Students enrolled in the 4+1 MBA program must maintain 12 undergraduate credit hours (per semester) during the fourth (4th) year to maintain Campbell University scholarships and loans designated for undergraduates. During the fifth (5th) year, students will be considered graduate students and no longer eligible for undergraduate scholarships or loans.