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Costs, Payment Plans and Financial Aid

Unlike many other programs that charge separately for course tuition, books, food and other fees, FDU’s EMBA features a fixed investment that allows you to know your exact costs from the first day of class to graduation. Tuition does not increase over the duration of the program as long as you stay with the cohort with which you entered.

The total cost of the 45-credit General Management specialization for 2016-17 is $77,046.

The EMBA’s all-inclusive pricing covers all program expenses, including:

• Special seminars
• Apple iPad for electronic downloading of all textbook and course materials
• Textbooks and course materials
• University fees
• Meals and refreshments during class days
• Access to amenities at the Hamilton Park Conference Center
• All associates costs for the International Business Seminar (round-trip airfare, lodging and meals)

Payment Plans & Financial Aid

Some students are financially supported, in part or in full, by their employer while other students self-finance.

For those students planning to their own education, FDU offers a variety of private loan programs, installment loan plans, tuition payment options by major credit cards, and individual payment plans. Details on available federal loan programs can be obtained by contacting Peter Caliguari, Director of Executive Programs at 201-692-7229 or caligup@fdu.edu.

University Provost’s Scholarship Program for Graduate Study

Students who are admitted to a Master’s program at the University and who plan to register for at least 6 credits may apply for a University Provost's Scholarship for Graduate Study. Students must have an undergraduate CGPA of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and standardized test scores (GRE, GMAT or other) that are acceptable for admission to the master's program of their choice.

yellow ribbonFDU is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon programs, offering tuition assistance to eligible veterans. For more information visit Veterans at FDU.