Invest in Your Future
The decision to invest in your graduate education is an important step toward achieving your goals.
Cost of Attendance
For information on financing your Master's degree, select from the options below:
- Financing information - MS Business Analytics and MS Supply Chain Management degree
- Financing information - MS Finance and MS Real Estate Programs
All candidates are considered for Merit-based scholarship awards. As limited funding is available early applications are encouraged.
Eligible graduate students (US citizens and permanent residents) may apply for federal financial aid in the form of student loans. To apply you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate academic year as soon as possible. The priority deadline for financial aid consideration at the University of Colorado at Boulder is April 1. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid at 303.492.5091, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Direct Loans are fixed-rate student loans for graduate students attending a college or university at least half time. Eligible graduate students may borrow Direct Unsubsidized Loans which have a loan limit of $20,500 per year and a current fixed interest rate of 6% after 7/1/17.
Graduate Plus Loans
Graduate PLUS student loans are also unsubsidized and require a credit check. The yearly limit on a Graduate PLUS Loan is equal to your cost of attendance minus any other financial aid you receive. Graduate PLUS loans have a current fixed interest rate of 7% after 7/1/17.
For students who are not eligible for federal loans (international students), or who need additional assistance beyond the federal loan programs, there are a variety of private lenders who offer loan options for graduate study. More information on international student loans and graduate financial aid is available at: