Tennessee residents qualify for in-state tuition. Out-of-state students who take ONLY online courses will be charged the eRate. Out-of-state students who take a mix of online and hybrid/on ground courses will be charged the out-of-state rate. Non-Tennessee residents who take a combination of online and on-campus courses can qualify for reduced online tuition under the Regional Scholars Program if they:
- Live within approximately 250 miles of the MTSU campus or anywhere within the eight states bordering Tennessee (Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, and Virginia)
- Are U.S. citizens or permanent residents
- Maintain good academic standing
Estimated tuition and fees
The tuition rates are estimates of the per-hour cost of students who take 10 credit-hours or less per semester. Students who elect to take more than 10 credit-hours (11+) per semester for the Fall and Spring semesters will pay a reduced per-hour cost (Summer is full charge). For more information, download the fees chart provided here.
|Estimated Rate for Tuition and Fees
(Per Credit Hour)
|Total Tuition and Fees for 36 Hours
(Core M.B.A. Courses)
|Total Tuition and Fees for 42 Hours
(Core M.B.A. Courses + Optional Concentration)
(for non-Tennessee residents taking only online courses)
(for non-Tennessee residents taking some courses on campus)
(for non-Tennessee residents taking a mix of online and hybrid/on ground courses)
Tuition rates reflect the 2021–2022 academic year and are subject to change.
Books and Supplies (Estimated Total): $1,500 (depending on course load and major)
For more information about the cost of your education, contact an enrollment representative by emailing email@example.com or calling 888-891-6780.
Interviewers were impressed with my ‘polished and professional’ presentation—even more than my project management skills. Jones College’s M.B.A. program was integral to my soft skill development and one of the best investments I ever made.— Monica Holmes, Technology Operations Manager for Deloitte Project Management Office
MTSU strives to make education affordable for all students. If you’re interested in financial assistance, you should consult our guidelines for obtaining scholarships and loans and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Have your FAFSA result submitted to MTSU using the code below:
MTSU FAFSA School Code: 003510
For any questions about financial aid, get in touch with MT OneStop via email at MTOneStop@mtsu.edu or by calling 615-898-2111.
Students can transfer credits only from other schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) into MTSU’s online M.B.A. program. You may transfer a maximum of 6 credit hours from a previous institution. You cannot transfer credit for the capstone course. See the curriculum page for more information about fulfilling the requirements for your degree.
Learn more about the Jones College Flex M.B.A. program by filling out the fields below and downloading a free brochure. You can also call us toll-free at 888-891-6780 to talk with one of our enrollment representatives.