Tuition and Financial Aid


Tuition is calculated on a per-credit basis. The tuition rates are same for resident and non-resident students. The MS in Supply Chain Management Program is composed of 32 credits that will be completed across three intensive semesters (fall, spring, and summer). The 2020-21 tuition for this program is as follows.

Tuition Rates

Cost Per Credit Total Tuition
$1,497 $47,904

Required fees per semester, based on the 2019-2020 academic year

Fee Per Semester
Student Services Fee $454.24
Academic Records Fee $150
Capital Enhancement Fee $75
SCO 6291 Assessment Fee

$80 (Fall only)

Stadium Fee $6
Student Health Benefit Plan (unless student provides proof of his/her own insurance, this plan is required for international students)


Transportation Fee $25
Professional Student Government Fee $16.63
Carlson School Collegiate Fee $580
International Student Support Services Fee $175
International Student Engagement Fee $14

*Other Education-Related costs such as books and cost of living are not included in the table above.

Costs are estimates for the 2020–2021 year over 12 months. For full details of tuition costs, please visit One Stop.

A non-refundable $1,000 tuition deposit is required to confirm your intention to enroll in the MS in Supply Chain Management program and is applied toward the first academic term.

All fees are subject to change.

Financial Aid

The University of Minnesota offers many loan programs, administered through the Office of Student Finance. To be considered, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). International students need a U.S. co-signer for student loans. If you have questions about loan programs, visit Financial Aid — One Stop. The University has reciprocity agreements with the states of Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, and the province of Manitoba, Canada.

International Student Loans

The University of Minnesota does not specifically offer non-US co-signed loans. Some of the options available to you include:

Please note, the University of Minnesota does not solely endorse any one specific loan program.

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