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The University of Akron Graduate Programs in Business

Instate Tuition
$294
Out-of-state Tuition
$474

UAKRON/UAGPIB Address

Graduate Programs in Busines
The University of Akron
259 S Broadway, CBA 412
Akron, OH 44325-4805
(330)972-7043
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University Makeup


# of Grad students: 452
# of Part time: 259
Total Students: 452
Male

60.0%
Female

40.0%
International

17%
African-American

3%
Asian

3%
Caucasian

77%

Financial Aid

50% First time, full time students receive federal aidTuition scholarships, Graduate Assistantships, Fulbright Scholarships and Global fellowships.

Any admitted student, domestic or international, is eligible to apply for financial aid.

Graduate assistantship positions are available to the most qualified full-time applicant. Full-time and half-time GA awards are available. Full-time consist of a 20 hour work requirement for 15 credits of tuition per semester, a stipend of $6,000 for the Fall and Spring semesters and discounts on parking and books. The half-time GA consistes of 8 credits of tuitin per semestser, a stipend of $3,000 for the Fall and Spring semesters and discounts on parking and books.

Tuition scholarships are provided in dollar amounts to outstanding full-time newly admitted students. Most awards are for $2,500 to be used during the first year of study.

Fulbright scholarships are available to students admitted under the Fulbright program and provide 15 credits of tuition for each semester plus discounted parking and books.

Global Fellowships are available on a very limited basis. Fellowships provide 15 credits of tuition per semester and a $6,500 stipend for full-time recipients. Those receiving a half-time award receive 8 credits of tuition remission and a $3,250 stipend. Discounts on books and parking are also provided.


Awards are very competitive. We often have more than 100 applicants for 10 or 15 openings.

Specialized Institutions-Schools of business and management
Average GMAT: 100.0

Special Programs

Accelerated MBA, Accelerated MSM, MBA/J.D., M Tax/J.D., MSM-HR/J.D.

Majors

• Elementary Education and Teaching

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