Supply Chain Management Tuition & Aid

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


MS in Supply Chain Management Tuition Rates

2024-2025 Academic Year

Cost per credit:$1,760
Total tuition:$56,320


Required fees per semester

FeePer Semester
Academic Records Fee - one time fee$150
Capital Enhancement Fee$75
SCO 6291 Assessment Fee$137 (Fall only)
Stadium Fee$6
Student Health Benefit Plan (unless student provides proof of their own insurance, this plan is required for all international students)$1,795 for fall and spring semesters, $915 for summer semester
Transportation Fee$74
Professional Student Government Fee$17.76
Carlson School Collegiate Fee$606 for 9 or more credits, $303 for less than 9 credits
International Student Support Services Fee$270 for fall and spring semester, $150 for summer semesters
International Student Engagement Fee$16 for fall and spring semesters, $10 for summer semesters
International Sponsored Student fee (not included in Total, only applies for agency sponsored candidates, ex. Fulbright)$470 for fall and spring semesters, $250 for summer semester

*All fees are subject to change. Full details can be found online at One Stop.

Costs are for the 2024–2025 year over 12 months. Other education-related costs such as books, course materials, and cost of living are not included in the table above.

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. If your tuition will be covered fully by the GI Bill or you will be sponsored fully by your employer, please coordinate with our office at for options to have this waived.

Asking For Employer Support

Crafting a case for education support from your organization calls for a detailed and thoughtful plan. Our admissions team put together some tips when it comes to asking your employer to support your program.

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, 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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