Carlson's among nation's most expensive master's programs for in-staters

The cost of doing business?

I’ve posted lists of the most- and least expensive Minnesota schools on the feds’ new affordability report, and we’ve also seen how some of Minnesota’s schools are among the cheapest for out-of-state students.

In-state students might not like this one: The master’s program at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota has made U.S. News & World Report’s list of 10 most-expensive public business schools for residents, with tuition and fees at $31,926 — not including room and board, books and other costs.

Carlson’s listed tuition-and-fees package was a little below the average of the top 10, which stands at $34,698.

(And by the way, the top 10 charged out-of-state students an average of $37,809 a year.)

Read the full story and read the data notes here.

 

  • Guest

    Considering most of the MBA students at CSOM are getting it financed by local companies… not too big of a story.

  • cruzy

    I guess this means that if you don’t already have a job that has very nice benefits – including some serious tuition reimbursement – you won’t have access to this program. Yet another way that people who are already doing fine are able to put distance between themselves and the little people.