Specialized Master's Programs
Tuition & Financial Aid
The tuition for our MS in Finance program Class of 2019 is $59,214.
Your tuition includes:
- Course instruction
- Educational materials (course materials, text books, software, etc.)
- Lodging and most meals during immersion weeks
- Breakfast and lunch on class days
Please note that tuition does not include travel expenses or accommodations for non-immersion weeks, nor does it include international travel.
Corporate financial sponsorship is not required to apply to the program, although it is important for the organization to be aware of your participation and support your time away from the office.
Tuition Billing and Payments
Notre Dame’s MS in Finance Students can conveniently access their tuition bill and pay their student account charges via IRISHPAY the University’s 24/7 online billing and payment system.
Specific information regarding application procedures, deadlines and application forms is available from the Financial Aid Office by calling 574.631.6436 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also visit the website at financialaid.nd.edu
U.S. applicants should also be sure to prepare the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please visit the FAFSA website to learn more about their deadlines and the process for application.
The University of Notre Dame’s MS in Finance program is a participant in the Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program. For more information on this program please visit: http://registrar.nd.edu/students/veteran_affairs.php
The University of Notre Dame’s MS in Finance Program offers fellowship awards based on both need and merit. Award recipients must maintain a cumulative 3.25 GPA to remain eligible. All MSF applicants will now be automatically considered for the following fellowship opportunities:
- Non-Profit Leadership Award: Fellowship offered to one student who leads in a non-profit organization
- Mendoza Dean's Fellowships: Merit-based awards for students based on a variety of criteria including academic performance, business experience, leadership potential and unique contributions to the MSF class.
John Cardinal O'Hara Fellowship Awards are available through a separate application process. O'Hara fellowships are funded by Mendoza graduates. These fellowships are awarded based on need and merit and range from $2,500 to $15,000. To apply, click here.