Tuition & Fees
UNCG charges tuition and fees based on a sliding scale depending on classification as either undergraduate or graduate courses and the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled. The cost of the program will depend on whether or not prerequisite courses are required, course choice, and enrollment status.
A student that meets all prerequisite requirements and plans to complete the graduate-level coursework in one calendar year, will typically take 12 credit hours in the fall and spring and 6 credit hours in the summer. Based on the available 2017-18 tuition and fee scales, the estimated program cost is $16,000 for in-state students and $34,000 for out-of-state students.
A student that meets all prerequisite requirements and plans to complete the graduate-level course work under the evening option, will typically take 6 credit hours per semester. Tuition and fees for 6 graduate accounting credit hours are approximately $3,800 per semester for in-state students and $9,000 per semester for out-of-state students.Detailed Information
About half of all UNCG graduate students receive financial aid in the form of one or more of the following:
- University Fellowships
- Fellowships and other awards through Federal, State, and Private Grants
- Veteran’s Benefits
- Student Loans
- Educational Tax Credits
- Financial Aid Options for Women and Minority Students
Graduate students taking undergraduate-level prerequisite courses and planning to receive federal financial aid must plan carefully by speaking with their advisor and reading the Financial Aid website for detailed information.Additional Information Financial Aid at UNCG
The Bryan School seeks to attract exceptional graduate students through financial awards in the form of scholarships, fellowships, graduate assistantships, and tuition waivers. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis, but the priority deadline for the fall semester is March 15 and September 15 for the spring semester.
Successful new student scholarship and award recipients historically have had at least a 3.5 GPA, 550 GMAT score, and excellent recommendations. Successful continuing student recipients have a proven track record of academic performance and/or demonstrated financial need.
The Bryan School offers a variety of scholarships. Recipient selections depend on scholarship specifications and may be need- and/or merit-based. These scholarships are available to new students and continuing students. Some Bryan Scholarships are limited to undergraduate or graduate students.Apply for Scholarships
The Bryan Fellowship is the premier award in the Bryan School for graduate students. Recipient selections are primarily merit-based. These fellowships are funded by the Kathleen Price and Joseph M. Bryan Endowment Fund for the school. Recipients of these fellowships are recognized as Bryan Fellows and receive fellowship awards valued at a minimum of $2,000.
Applicant must be unconditionally admitted to a graduate program within the Bryan School of Business and Economics to qualify. There is no separate fellowship application; all applicants who complete the Bryan Scholarship application will automatically be considered for fellowship nomination.
Bryan School also offers a limited number of graduate assistantships to full-time students. Applicants for assistantships must have been unconditionally admitted into the MS in Accounting degree program. Assistants are usually employed to assist faculty members for as many as 20 hours per week.
Stipends for graduate assistantships typically range from $6,000 to $7,500 for the nine-month academic year. Applications can be requested from the Graduate Program office. In a few cases, tuition waivers may be available for students appointed to an assistantship.