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MS in Taxation Tuition and Aid

Investing In Your Career Our MS in Taxation program is designed for working professionals who want to gain advanced knowledge of taxation that they can apply to their careers. Earning your MS in Taxation is the crucial next step for this successful career, and we want to help you finance it. If you're offered admission to our program, you will be automatically considered for a scholarship. No separate application is necessary.

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 dropdown under “Graduate Programs” and you will find the rate next to “Business Administration."

State law requires students in a full-time 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
P: 617.373.5899
F: 617.373.5666
E: sfs@neu.edu

Merit-Based Scholarships

If you are offered admission to the MS in Taxation, 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.


Scholarships for Alumni & Family

Double Husky Scholarship

Are you a Northeastern University graduate who is considering going back to school to earn your master's degree? The Double Husky Scholarship helps Husky alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of 25 percent for the MS in Taxation.

The Parent and Family Scholarship

Are you the parent or sibling of a current Northeastern undergraduate student? Northeastern recently launched a first-of-its-kind Parent and Family Scholarship for parents and siblings of full-time undergraduate day students to pursue part- or full-time graduate degree and certificate programs. The MS in Taxation program qualifies and 25 percent discounts are available. To be eligible, you will need to provide the Northeastern University ID number of your son, daughter, or sibling (who must be currently enrolled at Northeastern as a full-time undergraduate day student) at the time of your application.