University of Southern California

Program Costs & Financial Aid

Program Costs

Exact figures will be provided by the USC Marshall MBV Program Office to students during the summer before classes begin. The approximate overall cost of the program is $48,000. Costs cover tuition, textbooks, classroom materials, parking, and university fees. Please note that lodging is not provided or included for regularly scheduled bi-weekly classes.

Loans and Financial Aid

The USC Marshall School of Business does not offer scholarships or fellowships for any students in our fully employed programs. However, many employers participate in tuition assistance programs and there are a number of additional loan options available. Three types of loans are available to finance your MBV - Federal Stafford Loans, Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans, and private loans.

For more information about applying for financial aid, please visit USC’s financial aid page.

Veterans Benefits

Many students in the USC Marshall MBV program qualify for education benefits through various VA and State programs. Please follow the link here to the USC Office of Veterans Affairs for details on available programs.

Follow this link to the U.S. Department of Veterans Administration web page on education and training benefits here.

Follow this link to the California Department of Veterans Affairs web page on education benefits here.

Financial Aid

Numerous scholarship opportunities have been reserved for the men and women who’ve served our nation. The links below will help you begin the process of identifying the aid that’s available to you.

USC Office of Veterans Affairs

Coordinating Veteran’s Benefits with Financial Aid at USC

Financial Aid at USC


For assistance, the USC Office of Veterans Affairs offers phone, email, and in-person services.