For students beginning their program in April 2020 (Class of 2021), the tuition cost is 140,400 USD.
Below is the tuition and fee schedule for the Weekend Executive MBA class graduating in 2021:
|1||32,880*||April 28, 2020||Mar. 15, 2020||Apr. 12, 2020|
|2||26,880||Aug. 21, 2020||June 28, 2020||Aug. 3, 2020|
|3||26,880||Dec. 30, 2020||Nov. 29, 2020||Jan. 7, 2021|
|4||26,880||May 14, 2021||Apr. 15, 2021||May 12, 2021|
|5||26,880||Aug. 27, 2021||June 27, 2021||Aug. 2, 2021|
*Includes a 6,000 USD non-refundable deposit due upon admission and credited to your Term 1 tuition.
Students must pay a one-time transcript fee of 40 USD in addition to Term 1 tuition.
This fee will automatically be included in your Term 1 invoice and covers all transcript requests for life.
Terms 1 through 3 are in the first academic and financial aid year.
Term 4 and Term 5 (Elective Term) are in the second academic and financial aid year.
Students are responsible for travel to and from Durham as well as miscellaneous travel and supply costs (ex. home internet connection, school supplies, etc.)
**To avoid late penalty charges, payment must be received by the due date.
Please visit Duke University Bursar for information about making payments.
- Class materials
- Lodging and meals for all campus residencies
- The onetime transcript fee
- Travel to and from residencies
- Laptop computer
- Personal internet service
- Additional sessions of leadership coaching
- Visa processing fee
- Added tuition for a concentration or certificate
For more information on loans, scholarships, and detailed Cost of Attendance, please visit Financing Your Degree.
Managed Laptop: 1,550 USD
Includes laptop, software, and pre-configuration for the program, periodic software upgrades, hardware maintenance, and security updates.
Concentrations: 4,000 USD
- Energy and Environment
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Health Sector Management (HSM) Certificate: 6,000 USD
Global Academic Travel Experience (GATE): Variable cost
Study the business, culture, economy, and politics of a country or region, and then travel to that region, accompanied by faculty, for approximately 2 weeks. Once there, you'll be exposed to international business by visiting multinational corporations, local enterprises, government agencies, and exchange program partner schools. You'll also have the opportunity to interact with alumni in the region.
Scholarships are awarded by an Admissions Scholarship Committee based on an overall view of each candidate, including what each will contribute to the Fuqua community as well as the communities, companies, and organizations they interact with now and into the future.
Student loans and Yellow Ribbon awards are administered by the Financial Aid Office.
All applicants considered; no additional application required for eligibility
Various federal and private loans
U.S. citizens and permanent residents
International Student Loan Program
(no cosigner needed)
Yellow Ribbon Program
Eligible Chapter 33 (post 9/11 GI Bill) recipients
For more information on loans, scholarships, and additional expenses, visit Financing Your Degree.