Graduate Program Tuition

MBA Programs

  • Tuition Rate for MBA Courses (2019-2020 academic year): $790.00 per credit hour
  • Estimated Completion Total (37 credit hours): $29,230

The rate applies to both in-state and out-of-state Master of Business Administration students who are part of the:

*4+1 Program: Students enrolled in the 4+1 program pay the undergraduate tuition rate during their fourth year for all courses. In the fifth year, students will pay the MBA tuition rate for their graduate-level courses.

**Dual Degree MBA Programs: Students enrolled in our Dual Degree MBA Programs pay the MBA tuition rate for their MBA course work. For courses that are part of the partner degree curriculum, students will pay the tuition rate associated with that degree.


MTWM Program

  • Tuition Rate for MTWM Courses (2019-2020 academic year): $790.00 per credit hour
  • Estimated Completion Total (39 credit hours): $30,810

The rate applies to both in-state and out-of-state Master of Trust and Wealth Management students.

*Dual Degree MTWM Programs: Students enrolled in our Dual Degree MTWM Programs pay the MTWM tuition rate for their MTWM course work. For courses that are part of the partner degree curriculum, students will pay the tuition rate associated with that degree.


Corporate Partner Tuition Incentive Program

The School of Business partners with Triangle-area companies to allow employees of partner companies to receive tuition discounts for graduate study in select Business School academic programs. Campbell University employees are not eligible for this incentive.

Learn more about the program & eligibility


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 4th year to maintain Campbell University scholarships and loans designated for undergraduates. During the 5th year, students will be considered graduate students and no longer eligible for undergraduate scholarships or loans.