Master of Supply Chain Management
Tuition Breakdown

The total cost of enrollment in Fisher's Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program is based on status in the program (i.e. full-time vs. part-time student, and resident vs. non-resident). Approximate tuition and fees are estimated and subject to change. Fisher's Graduate Programs Office encourages you to view the University Registrar's complete tuition and fee schedule.

Estimated MSCM Student Tuition & Fees (part-time)

  • Ohio Resident Tuition and Fees: $41,154
  • Non-Resident and International Student Tuition and Fees: $42,354

*Fees include instructional fees, general fees and distance education fees. For full-time tuition information view the tables below.

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Some MCSM students use loans to finance their education, either in total or in part. Many sources of loans exist. Federal loans are available for domestic students only.

For more information regarding the Federal loan program please visit the Student Financial Aid website.

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If a student graduated from an Ohio high school and will be a resident of Ohio as of the first day of the term attending, a student will be considered an Ohio resident, whether they lived in Ohio prior to the beginning of the term or not. Take the online survey to determine if you qualify for in-state tuition based on law established by the Ohio Legislature.

Military Applicants

Military applicants can automatically qualify for in-state tuition under the Ohio G.I. Promise. Fisher takes a deliberate approach to recruiting highly-qualified military service men and women. More information for military/veteran applicants

Diverse Applicants

Principles of diversity, equity and inclusion guide every program and offering at Fisher. We seek to foster an inclusive learning environment that showcases the power that diverse perspectives and experience can have on business education and the future of business. Learn more about opportunities within Fisher's inclusive culture.

Are You An OSU Employee?

If you are a full-time employee of The Ohio State University pursuing a part-time program, you may be eligible for the Faculty/Staff Tuition Assistance benefit. View a sample employee statement summary or watch the Ohio State Employee Tuition Assistance Benefit webinar. Please note that you will be taxed on tuition as income.

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