Tuition and Financial Aid
An investment in your future.
Ohio University provides competitive tuition rates that you’d expect from a state university, but with the personal attention you’d expect from a private school. That makes our program unique and makes a Professional MAcc from OHIO one of the smartest investments you’ll make.
Tuition and Fees
|Full Program Tuition & Fees*||$32,310||$32,880|
Tuition and fees are for estimating purposes and are subject to change.
Pending Board of Trustees' approval.
Bridge Courses (12 hours)
In-State Tuition: $8,196**
Out-of-State Tuition: $14,148**
*Does not include Bridge courses.
**Scholarships available for bridge courses.
Corporate Partner Program
Students who are employed by our corporate partners are eligible for a $5,000 tuition discount. If your employer is not a corporate partner, talk to us about the possibility of helping them become one.
Additionally, some employers offer tuition assistance programs. Check with your HR department to see if such a program is available and if you're eligible.
Ohio University Alumni Tuition Discount
If you're an Ohio University graduate and enroll in the Professional MAcc program, you're eligible for a $5,000 tuition discount. This scholarship will be divided equally across your semesters in the program as long as you remain a student in good standing throughout the program.
Please note: Professional MAcc students are eligible for either the OHIO alumni discount or the corporate partner discount, but not both discounts.
Students who travel 100 miles or more to the monthly Saturday residencies receive a small travel stipend each semester to cover travel expenses.
In general, financial aid for part-time graduate study (regardless of discipline) is available only in the form of student loans. To begin the loan application process, you need to complete and submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The school code for Ohio University is 003100.
To learn more about loans, scholarships and grants, visit Ohio University's Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships. Another good resource is The College Board.