Investing In Your Career Earning your MS in Accounting/MBA is the crucial next step in your career, and we want to help you finance it. As a cohort-based program you'll complete this rigorous coursework as part of an intimate class. Because of this, your tuition for this program reflects a discounted cohort rate, which is up to 30% less than the calculated cost per credit for graduate courses within the School of Business.
Our MS in Accounting/MBA program features a robust accelerated curriculum and a transformative, meaningful business experience, including a 3-month paid internship at a leading accounting firm. Not only that but we are proud of our history of 100% employment within three months after graduation over the last four graduating classes.
Tuition, Fees & Other Expenses
For information related to current tuition rates, fees and associated program expenses, please visit the Northeastern Student Financial Services page. Click the tuition dropdown under “Graduate Programs” and you will find the rate next to “MSA/MBA," which is located in the bottom third of the page
State law requires students in a full-time graduate degree program to have medical insurance. If you are not covered under a qualifying plan, you must enroll in one. For more information on Northeastern University's Student Health Plan (NUSHP), please visit the Northeastern Student Financial Services page. Click the drop down under "Student Health Plan (NUSHP)" and you will find the annual rates.
If you are relocating to the city, you will find that housing expenses can vary widely across the Boston area. In general, we advise incoming students to estimate approximately $1,800 per month for room and board.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Federal Financial Aid
To learn more about eligibility for Federal Financial Aid, visit Northeastern’s Graduate Financial Aid website. If you have questions regarding the Federal Financial Aid process, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services.
Office of Student Financial Services
354 Richards Hall
If you are offered admission to the MS in Accounting/MBA, you will be automatically considered for a merit scholarship. There is no separate application necessary. Scholarships are awarded based on the strength of your application, including your undergraduate record, prior work experience, professional recommendations, GMAT score, and other application materials.