Online MBA Program Students
$1,561 per credit
$74,928 total tuition
The tuition and fees listed is effective for the 2022-2023 academic year. Per credit hour or per semester calculations are available from Student Financial Services.
Tuition and fees are subject to review and/or change, with approval by the University Provost's Office and Case Western Reserve University Board of Trustees.
Is This a Good Investment?
Below is a list of salaries that Weatherhead School of Management online MBA students might earn. As each graduate is unique, you should evaluate your personal goals after graduation in order to assess your earning potential.
Managed Care Director
Director of Operations
Health Information Director
Medical Device Manufacturing Administrator
Clinical Informatics Manager
How Will I Pay My Tuition?
There are a variety of ways to fund your tuition. Here’s some useful information, but the right path will depend on your financial situation and even your home state; we suggest you consult with our Financial Aid Office and/or a financial advisor.
The Federal government provides direct loans for graduate students, even if you do not qualify for need-based financial aid. Direct loans are generally the lowest cost loan available (current rate is 6.08%), and will usually cover up to $20,500 every academic year. Note that you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, take at least six credits per semester, and submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to qualify. We recommend checking out Frank to help you with filling out the FAFSA.
If federal direct loans are unavailable or insufficient, we can help you explore PLUS or private education loans, or alternatives such as income share agreements (ISAs).
Federal Graduate PLUS Loans
The Federal Government has another lending program, Graduate PLUS, which can generally cover your remaining need. You will need to submit the FAFSA and the application for the Federal Direct loan prior to applying for the PLUS. The current interest rate on PLUS loans is 7.08%. PLUS loans also charge an origination fee of about 4.2%, which private loans and income share agreements do not typically require.
An alternative to PLUS is to borrow money from a bank. Unlike Federal loans, these private loans do not require a FAFSA to apply and are not based on need. Approval is generally based on creditworthiness and ability to repay (some students may need to apply with a credit-worthy co-signer). Interest rates, grace periods, repayment options and fees are determined by the lender and can vary considerably from lender to lender; generally, they charge higher rates than Federal loans.