Tuition In-state Out-of-state
FY 2013 tuition (per credit hour) $346.15 $809.75
School of Business fee (per credit hour,
for all business courses)
$119.70 $119.70
Business masters fee (per credit hour,
all 700-899 level courses only)
$98.50 $98.50
Total (per credit hour) $564.35 $1027.95
Total (for 30 credit hours, not including campus
fees or books; prerequisite accounting and business
course deficiencies will increase total cost)
$16,930.50 $30,838.50


Fall and Spring semesters (both in-state and out-of-state): $74 per credit hour for 1 to 5 credit hours; $444 flat fee for 6 or more credit hours

Summer semester (both in-state and out-of-state): $46.44 per credit hour for 1 to 4 credit hours; $232.20 flat fee for 6 or more credit hours..


$42.50 per credit hour (Business electives that count for the MAcc degree are available in the evenings on the Edwards campus in Overland Park)

Find the comprehensive fee schedule here.

There are numerous scholarship and fellowship opportunities available to students in the MAcc program. These opportunities are open to any MAcc student.

Students admitted to the program will receive information about the scholarship application process with their other admissions materials. Please contact Deb Deering at or 785-864-4500 if you have scholarship related questions before then.

Admitted students can begin the scholarship application process online.


For other ways to fund your MAcc degree, please see the information at these sites:

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Our Finance Scholars travel to Wall Street every year
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26 prestigious Rhodes Scholars — more than all other Kansas colleges combined
Nearly $290 million in financial aid annually
46 nationally ranked graduate programs.
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