Tuition & Financing
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Tuition is $850 per credit hour for accounting courses and $297 for non-accounting electives. Depending on elective course choices the total cost (tuition and fees) ranges between $20,564 and $27,200. At a cost well below other top accounting programs, our iMSA is one of the most affordable gateways to one of the fastest growing occupations.
Students can complete the degree in as little as 4 semesters (18 months) or as many as 8 semesters (36 months).
You won’t be billed up front for the whole degree. Instead, you’ll pay as you go - each time you take a course, you’ll pay the tuition just for that course. If something comes up due to work, family, or other life commitments, and you need to take a term off, you won’t be charged during that term.
To learn more about financing your degree, visit the Degrees Financial Resources Hub.
Students are encouraged to seek tuition reimbursement through their employer. We recommend that you speak with your manager or HR department to see what’s available to you as an employee.
All students are eligible for university payment plans that allow you to break up tuition costs into monthly payments.
Federal financial aid is available for domestic (U.S.) students. If you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you may qualify for federal student aid. Please refer to http://www.osfa.illinois.edu/aid/index.html for more information.
To apply for federal student loans, complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at FAFSA.gov.
Read more about Federal Direct Loans at the Department of Education website. To qualify for federal student loans a student must be enrolled in at least 4.5 credits per semester.
Your total financial aid (scholarships, fellowships, and all education loans) cannot be more than the estimated expenses plus tuition and fees.
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We encourage you to investigate whether this degree meets your academic and/or professional needs before applying.