Graziadio Business School tuition varies by online program. Cost of attendance information below comprises tuition charges for each academic year.
2023-2024 Tuition Charges and Fees by Program
Each program’s total cost of attendance will vary depending on the number of units taken over the course of the program. All tuition rates are subject to an annual increase of 2–5%.
Cost of Attendance Calculator Use our Cost of Attendance Calculator to estimate the cost of your program of interest. This tool incorporates additional per term expenses such as $11,300 in living expenses (food and housing), $1,625 in Transportation, $2,600 in Miscellaneous Personal Expenses, $2,600 in Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment, and $167 in Fees.
In the program brochure you will find a curriculum overview, time to complete, a tuition breakdown, and other helpful information. The brochure is a great way to share more about your program of interest with your employer to help start the tuition reimbursement conversation.
You may be eligible to apply for federal student aid and private scholarship opportunities to help fund your graduate education. Use these resources for more information about financial aid options available to students.
A number of additional financial resources may be available to you, including scholarships funded by professional organizations, employer tuition assistance, and student loans. Pepperdine students may be eligible to apply for the following loan options:
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans: Students are potentially eligible to receive up to $20,500 per academic year with the Direct Unsubsidized Loan. The potential eligibility amount of the Direct Unsubsidized Loan is not based on need nor income.
Private Loans: Students who require additional assistance may apply for education loans through private lenders.
In accordance with the U.S. Department of Education’s regulations, universities are required to consistently apply reasonable standards for evaluating Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for all students regardless if he/she is a financial aid recipient.
Financial Aid Application Process
Financial aid may take several weeks to process; therefore, students are encouraged to apply for financial aid at least eight weeks prior to the cohort start date. Students must reapply for financial aid each academic year.
To be eligible for federal student aid, an applicant must:
Be a US citizen or resident alien.
Not be in student loan default.
Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program.
Be enrolled at least half-time to borrow federal loans.
The FAFSA is available October 1st for the upcoming academic year. New students planning to use federal student aid should complete the FAFSA while applying for admission; you do not need to wait until you are admitted.
Continuing students will need to submit a FAFSA each year they plan to receive federal student aid. Eligibility for federal student aid does not carry over from one award year to the next, you will need to complete the FAFSA for each award year for which you are or plan to enroll.
Please reference the chart below to determine which FAFSA academic year to complete based on your desired start, continue/return date:
EdAssist Partner Employees: Take Advantage of a Reduced Tuition Rate
If your employer is affiliated with EdAssist, you, your spouse, or legal dependents may be eligible for up to 10 percent off tuition up to $10,000—this applies to new students only. Existing students may get up to a $1,000 scholarship toward tuition. You can reach out to your organization’s HR representative to find out if your company is an EdAssist partner. To take advantage of this benefit, simply request information. Once admissions gets in touch with you, make sure to let them know your employer is an EdAssist partner.