University of Southern California


USC is a participant of the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program. Visit the USC Office of Veteran Affairs for more information.


Exact cost figures will be provided by the Executive MBA Program Office to students during the summer before classes begin. The approximate overall cost of the program is $136,000. Costs cover tuition, textbooks, classroom materials, parking, university fees, and lodging for the required domestic and international residentials. Airfare and some meal costs during the international residential will be the responsibility of the student. Please note that lodging is not provided or included for regularly scheduled bi-weekly classes.


A limited number of merit-based fellowships are awarded to active duty military students at Marshall. These fellowships are based on a range of criteria including scholastic merit, evidence of leadership, work experience and other personal characteristics. Please contact MBA Admissions for more information about the fellowship program for active duty military.

Loans & Financial Aid

Please visit the USC Student Financial Aid website to inquire about Federal Stafford Loans and other loan options. Additional helpful links include: