Online Master's Programs Tuition



Students enrolled in an online master’s program at the Whitman School are charged tuition on a per-credit-hour basis. The current rate of tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year is $1,872 per credit. This rate begins with the July 2023 cohort. The number of credits that you are required to complete depends on your program.


Tuition costs are evaluated each year and may be increased. 


Learn more about the Cost of Attendance


ProgramCredits RequiredEstimated Tuition Cost
MBA Online54$101,088
M.S. in Accounting Online30-48$56,160-$89,856
M.S. in Business Analytics Online36$67,392
M.S. in Entrepreneurship Online30$56,160
M.S. in Supply Chain Management Online 30$56,160



The Whitman School does not charge online students for items or services typically associated with on-campus programs, such as health fees. Textbook, travel and housing costs are each student’s responsibility, in addition to a one-time technology fee.


Payment arrangements for tuition and fees are required at the time of registration each term. Syracuse University offers direct billing or deferred billing for students sponsored by their companies. Payment plans are available to those students who are financially responsible for their education.


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Loan Programs


Federal Unsubsidized Loans

The lender is the U.S. Department of Education. Eligibility is determined by the information you submit on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and U.S. Department of Education regulations. 


Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan

The Graduate PLUS Loan is a federally-backed program by the U.S. government. This loan is largely dependent on the borrower's credit rating and history. Repayment is deferred while students are attending school at least half-time. Applicants for this program must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All applicants must be sure to instruct the processor to send a processed copy to Syracuse University by filling in the school code of 002882.  


Alternative Loan Programs

Loan programs offered by private organizations are available to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents to supplement other forms of financial aid. It is not necessary to file a FAFSA for these programs.

International students may borrow under these programs provided that they have a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident living in the United States.

For more information, visit Syracuse University's Financial Aid website.


Government Aid

Veterans Benefits

Veterans Administration Education benefits give qualified veterans and their dependents a monthly stipend. For more information on this program, visit the Veterans Resource Center at 700 University Ave. or go to


Other Government Aid

Other programs for which students may qualify are Office of Vocational Rehabilitation benefits, Parent and Student Savings Plan, State Aid to Native Americans, and U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs Aid to American Indians. Applicants should consult the appropriate government offices for further information on these programs.