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Earning your master's degree is one of the most important investments you will make in your lifetime: it is an investment in yourself. The Graziadio School is dedicated to helping you explore the various ways to finance your education and to guide you through the financial aid process to help you meet your educational goals.

Tuition and Fees

Estimated tuition and fees are listed below. Tuition increases are generally effective in the fall of each academic year. The 2017-2018 academic year tuition is $25,325 per term. 

Student Services Award

Students who prepay the first term tuition by the appropriate deadline will be awarded a 10% reduction in tuition for the first term only. The payment is non-refundable after it is paid and will not be reduced if students drop or withdraw from classes. The Student Services Award is available only to full-time MSAA, MSAF, MSGB, MSHR, and MSREIF students. Visit our community website to get more information about different methods of payment.

Total First Term Tuition $25,325
Student Services Award (10%) - $2,532
Student Payment $22,793*

* If a student is awarded a scholarship, the student payment should be the deduction of $22,793 by the amount of scholarship award for the term.

Prepayment Deadlines

Fall 2017 term: June 15, 2017

Note: An email about the 10% service award will be sent by the end of June if the 90% payment is received by the due date of June 15, 2017. Students are required to accept the award in the WaveNet Student Services Center (read the View/Accept Award Guide for instructions). By accepting the award the student acknowledges that he or she has read and understands the Student Services Award terms and conditionsThis award is nonrefundable from the time payment is made.

Fees

Application for Admission $100
Enrollment Fee $1,000
Business Society Activity Fee (per trimester) $40
Books and Supplies (per trimester, approximate) $1,000
Annual student health insurance (optional; per academic year) $3,779.61
On-campus graduate housing (optional; per trimester - approximate) $6,900

Financing Your Degree

You have several options to choose from when financing your degree. Potential funding sources and payment options for students to consider include:

There are three main types of financial aid: Federal Direct Stafford loans, the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS loan, and alternative educational loans. To begin the financial aid application process, submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate academic year.

The Graziadio School offers a number of special scholarships for students meeting specific scholarship criteria. Awards are made annually according to established requirements and amounts may vary based on the availability of funds.

See a list of endowed scholarships

Many companies offer full or partial tuition reimbursement for their employees. Check with your human resources department to determine what kind of education benefits are available. The University will allow a deferral of payment for students receiving tuition reimbursement from their employers and not receiving financial aid.

The Graziadio School offers payment plans for your convenience. There are three options to consider – simple payment, two payment, and three payment options per trimester.

Pepperdine University participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program and the Ahmanson Veteran Scholarship Initiative. We assist students who have VA benefits and match those contributions at 100% through the G.I. Bill Yellow Ribbon Program.

More about Veterans' Benefits

Questions?

Prospective Students

Prospective students with questions about tuition, financial aid or program costs are welcome to contact a preadmission representative at (310) 506-4858 or gsbmadm@pepperdine.edu.

Returning Students

Students already admitted or enrolled at the Graziadio School with questions about financing should contact the Financial Aid Office directly.