Tuition & Financing
MBS Degree Students and Certificate Students
Tuition for the MBS is assessed on a per-credit basis and In-state and out-of-state tuition costs vary. Tuition charges get set in July and a full listing of tuition prices for graduate students at Rutgers is on the web site http://studentabc.rutgers.edu.
Please follow the left hand menu item under costs->per semester->Graduate. The MBS tuition is listed on the spread sheet. The 2016-2017 tuition is $964/credit in-state and $1172/credit out-of-state. This does not include other fees which may apply (see here for 2016-2017 Graduate Tuition costs).
Those who have a grant or fellowship from an outside source are welcome to apply it toward the tuition cost of the program. United States citizens or permanent residents may be eligible to apply for student loans by contacting the Financial Aid Office. In general, our program does not offer Teaching or Research Assistantships.
Non-Degree Graduate Students
Students who wish to take graduate courses in our program (part-time or full-time) should apply to Rutgers as a non-degree ("non-matriculated") student in the Business and Science curriculum (New Brunswick: 16137 or Camden: 56137, or Newark: 26137) of the Graduate School-New Brunswick or Graduate School - Camden, or Graduate School- Newark. Please contact our office for assistance with special permission numbers and registration.
Balancing Study with Part or Full-Time Employment
For working students, part or full time employment is an important method of financing educational expenses. However, to ensure satisfactory academic progress, please understand the need to maintain a realistic balance between the number of work and study hours per week.
Many employers allow a flexible schedule and time off for office hours or exam preparation, in addition to tuition benefits. However, if you experience difficulty finding time to complete homework assignments or prepare for exams or find that your homework or exam grades are falling below average (B), you should either reduce the number of employment hours per week or reduce the number of courses per semester. It is the responsibility of the student to be informed of the Registrar's calendar of drop or withdrawal dates.