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Pursing a graduate degree is one of the soundest investments in yourself and your future. The Argyros School is committed to helping you explore financing options.

Tuition rate varies per graduate program. Students are encouraged to review Chapman University's Tuition & Fee Information.

Full-Time and Flexible MBA

Fall 2020: $1,790/unit (50 credits)

Executive MBA

Fall 2020: $2450/credit (47 credits)
*Includes tuition, executive coaching, pre-class meals, residential experiences in San Diego, Asia & Washington DC, textbooks, and tutors for quantitative courses.

M.S. in Accounting

Fall 2020: $1,520/unit (30 credits)

M.S. in Real Estate

Fall 2020: $1,520/unit (30 credits)

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Financial Aid

Federal and private loans are available to domestic students and permanent residents. We encourage students to file for a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for students loans at fafsa.gov with the Chapman University code 001164. Detailed information about financial aid opportunities are available by contacting the Financial Aid Office at (714) 628-2730 or gradfinaid@chapman.edu. You may also visit the Graduate Financial Aid webpage.

Merit Scholarships

Merit scholarships are available for qualified applicants and are based on factors in your application. If you would like to be considered for a merit scholarship, then you are encouraged to apply by the recommended deadlines.

Yellow Ribbon Program

Chapman University is pleased to participate in the Yellow Ribbon program of the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33). The Yellow Ribbon program makes additional funds available to qualifying individuals without an additional charge to your GI Bill entitlement. MBA students may receive up to $6,000 towards qualifying tuition and fees per academic year and VA will contribute matching funds. Up to 10 students may participate in the program. To learn more, visit Chapman’s Yellow Ribbon Program.

Military Scholarships

The Council of College and Military Educators offers $1,000 scholarships for service members, military spouses and veterans who are working towards the completion of a higher education degree. Please visit CCME for more information.