Fall 2023 Rates
|MIB (one year)*||$21,000||$24,900|
|MIB Double-Degree (two years)**||$36,300||$43,260|
Resident and non-resident refer to the students' citizenship and residency status with the state of South Carolina.
*Based on tuition charged on a credit-hour basis of $700/credit for S.C. residents and $830 for non-residents on 30 required credit hours.
**Based on tuition charged on a credit-hour basis of $605/credit for S.C. residents and $721 for non-residents on 60 required credit hours.
Additional university fees may not be reflected in the program fee. All program and university fees are subject to change without notice upon USC Board of Trustees mandate. Cost of living and travel expenses vary per individual and are not reflected in the figures above. The Office of Financial Aid provides the full breakdown of the estimated cost to attend.
The MIB is a one-year program at USC in Columbia, South Carolina. A graduate from this program will earn a Master of International Business degree.
The MIB Double-Degree is a two-year program with one year at USC and one year at one of our international partner universities. A graduate from this program will earn two master's degrees from two universities: a Master of International Business from USC and a second master's degree from an international partner.
Both fellowships and graduate assistantships are available. To be eligible, applicants must demonstrate a strong academic background, meet minimum standardized test scores and demonstrate global leadership potential based on community service and extracurricular activities.
Please note that funds are limited. The earlier you apply, the better your choices for receiving a financial award.
The Rising Star Fellowship strives to increase diversity in the graduate school ranks by recruiting students from South Carolina's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Rising Star Fellows receive funding to offset the cost of tuition, health insurance and other associated fees.