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One of the most important concepts in business is understanding how to calculate a Return on Investment (ROI). The relatively low cost of our graduate programs combined with our graduates’ improved employment prospects contributes to a very high ROI–rivaling private and Ivy League graduate degrees just about anywhere.
Boise State University Graduate Programs Fees and Financial Aid
For the most up-to-date tuition and fee information, please visit the Student Financial Services pages.
The Boise State University Standard Full-time Graduate Program tuition and fees are for the 2019-2020 academic year. Detailed information can be found on the University Tuition and Fees page and the University Financial Aid Site.
- Idaho Resident Tuition & Fees (9-16 credits): $4,823/semester
- Non-Resident Tuition (9+ credits): $13,283/semester
- New Idaho Residency laws – You may qualify for resident tuition if you are a student who has earned a baccalaureate degree from an Idaho institution of higher education, physically resided in Idaho for the final 12 months of undergraduate studies, and enrolled no later than 36 months after receiving a baccalaureate degree from the undergraduate institution
- Our program is part of the Western Regional Graduate Program which allows students in 15 states to be eligible for in-state tuition. Visit the WICHE website to see which states are eligible
- Apply early to receive the GEM scholarship which waives the non-resident tuition. Apply for the GEM Scholarship here.
For more information on COBE scholarships, please visit the COBE Scholarships page.
The GEM Scholarship waives the non-resident fees. For more information please visit the Graduate College GEM Scholarship page.
For more information on Graduate Assistantships and how to apply, please visit the MSA Graduate Assistantship page.