Tuition and Financial Aid

Although many Master of Business Taxation (MBT) students receive tuition reimbursement from their employers, full- and part-time students may qualify for financial aid through the University.

2022-2023 Tuition and Fees

Please see the University of Minnesota Graduate School Tuition Rates for current tuition information. The tuition figures below do not reflect books, course materials, meals, parking, etc. Rates are subject to yearly increases.

Credit Resident Non-resident
Tuition per credit  $1,428 $1,428
Fee Type Amount
Carlson School fee: 1-8 credits $290
Carlson School fee: 9+ credits $580
Professional Student Government fee $17.07
Stadium fee $6
Transportation and safety fee $71
Student Health Benefit Plan (required for international students; MBT domestic students are not eligible for this plan) $1734
Academic Records fee - one-time fee $150
Fee Type Amount
International Student Engagement Fee $16 
International Student Support Services Fee  $200

Sources of Aid

In addition to MBT scholarships and teaching assistantships, the University offers loans, grants and scholarships, education benefits, and tuition waivers based on financial need and basic eligibility criteria.

Scholarships

The MBT program offers scholarships for full-time and part-time admitted students. Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of financial need and academic merit.

Information regarding application for scholarships will be emailed in late July to current & newly admitted MBT students.

Teaching Assistantships

The MBT program does not award assistantships as part of the admissions and financial aid process, but admitted students can apply for an assistantship once they are enrolled. A limited number of teaching assistantships are available based on departmental need. The typical assistantship is a 25% appointment (195 hours of work per semester), which qualifies students for a 50% tuition waiver and eligibility for healthcare benefits at a reduced cost.

Information regarding application for scholarships will be emailed in late July to current & newly admitted MBT students.

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