Tuition for the 2017-2018 MBOE Industry-Wide and MBOE for Health Care program is $53,500. A non-refundable tuition deposit of $1,500 is due upon admission to the program. This non-refundable deposit reserves your place in the class and is deducted from the total cost of tuition.

Gemba fees are an additional $4,500, paid directly to Fisher College of Business. See further details below. 

Breakfast, beverages, snacks, lunch (and dinner during special events) are provided during on-campus sessions. Also included is a laptop computer which is used for the delivery of course materials. There is a small book list which students must purchase at an additional cost.

Tuition fee payment schedule:
This will appear on your BuckeyeLink account and must be paid by the due date listed. 

Semester Due Date Amount
Non-refundable deposit Upon Acceptance $1,500
Spring 2018 January 3, 2018 $16,332.40
Summer 2018 May 2, 2018 $17,832.40
Autumn 2018 August 14, 2018 $17,832.40

Gemba fees payment schedule:
The Gemba expense is $4,500. These fees covers expenses for the two Gemba trips, exclusive of airfare. Gemba fees will not appear on your BuckeyeLink account, they will be billed seperately to your OSU email address. This is paid directly to Fisher College of Business.

Semester Due Date Amount
Summer 2018 May 2, 2018 $2,000
Autumn 2018 August 14, 2018 $2,500

 

Financing your Degree

MBOE students are eligible to apply for unsubsidized and Graduate PLUS loans. The loan types are: Federal Direct Stafford Loan - Unsubsidized; A cost-based loan in which interest accrues while in school. The maximum loan per academic year is $20,500. (MBOE spans two academic years, so you may borrow up to $41,000)

Financial aid at Ohio State is based upon an academic year. The MBOE program spans two academic years. The first academic year includes Spring Semester. The second academic year is Summer and Autumn Semesters. Because of this MBOE students are eligible to apply for a total of $41,000 in unsubsidized loans. The remaining balance of MBOE tuition can also be obtained through financial aid in the form of Graduate Plus Loans.

You can apply for financial aid before you are an admitted student at Ohio State. You begin the process by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This information is then sent to Ohio State’s Student Financial Aid Office where they can determine your eligibility and provide you with an Award Letter which states the amount of loans you are eligible to receive. 

Complete information about student financial aid can be found on the web site ofOffice of Student Financial Aid.