University of Southern California

Tuition and Financial Aid

Program Cost

The approximate overall cost of the program is $52,866 (tuition costs are broken down over the 4 semesters).

The cost includes tuition for the program as well as books, materials, and meals while classes are in session. This fee does not include hotel, airfare, and meals that are not scheduled during classes or activities. However, for your convenience, a room block is reserved for you at a local hotel nearby for each of the four residential sessions.

Mandatory Fees

Application Fee, Marshall graduate programs (non-refundable): $150.00
Commitment Deposit (non-refundable): $500.00
Orientation Fee: $5.00
Student Programming Fee (per semester): $37.50
Student Services Fee: Graduate (per semester): $12.50
Norman H. Topping Student Aid Fund (per semester): $8.00

Loans and Financial Aid

Marshall does not offer scholarships or fellowships for students in our fully employed programs, including the MMM Program. However, you may apply for financial aid. For more information on applying for financial aid visit, www.usc.edu/finaid

Emergency Medicine Administrative Fellowship Opportunity

Emergent Medical Associates ("EMA") and the Department of Emergency Medicine of the Keck School of Medicine at USC have joined together to offer an Emergency Medicine Administrative Fellowship.

In its third year, this unique fellowship provides for an intensive curriculum and exposure to the most important aspects of ED Administration and Management. The Fellow will be considered a full-time Staff Physician in the LAC+USC Department of Emergency Medicine and receive commensurate benefits and salary. This Non-ACGME fellowship includes a Masters in Medical Management (MMM) from the USC Marshall School of Business.

The application deadline is on October 1 each year.

Detailed information regarding the Fellowship can be found at http://www.ema.us/fellowship. Emergency Medicine graduates or graduating 4th year residents who are interested in becoming candidates for the Fellowship can submit their resume or CV to fellowship@ema.com.



Kote Chundu
MD, MMM
President/CEO, District Medical Group
Cohort 10

"I was the CEO of the medical group when I started the program, and it really helped me tremendously to really focus on some of the issues we were facing at that time point, and with that knowledge base we have implemented some of the programs’ new way of doing things and has been extremely helpful."