The Center for Graduate Studies & Continuing Education
Tuition & Fees for the MBA Program
For the academic year 2013-2014 the tuition rate is $835 per credit hour with a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $500. LIM College also requires that each applicant submit a non-refundable $40 application fee.
All students are required to pay the $250 Graduation Audit Fee during the final Term
2013-2014 MBACost of Attendance at LIM College
Estimated Cost of Attendance for Full-Time MBA Program Students
*Room (Housing) - estimated at a minimum of $800 per month for an off-campus apartment (15 months).
Board (Meals) - estimated at $1,200 per term
|Transportation - estimated at $300 per term (prorated below 9 credits)||$1,800|
|Personal Expenses - estimated at $600 per term (enrollment of 5 or more credits required)||$3,600|
|Books & Supplies - estimated at $320 per term for the first five terms (prorated below 9 credits)||$1,600|
*Please note: The off-campus apartment budget assumes that most students will need a minimum of $800 per month for rent based on the average amount that most pay in a shared apartment. Students in off-campus apartments are required to provide a copy of their lease to verify their monthly rent, if they intend to use loan funds to cover their living expenses. The maximum housing allowance is $1,500 per month.
*For new MBA students entering in fall 2012 (Term 1) or later:
In order to be eligible to have the indirect costs of Room, Board, and Personal Expenses included in the Cost of Attendance for the purpose of determining maximum loan amounts, a student must be relocating to the area or ceasing current level of employment (full-time or part-time). In other words, students who are not incurring these living expenses as a cost specifically associated with the decision to enroll in the MBA program will be limited to borrowing educational loans for Tuition, Books & Supplies, and Transportation. Students who are enrolled in the LIM College Student Health Insurance policy are eligible to include that expense in their Cost of Attendance should they choose to.