Tuition

Purdue is frequently ranked as offering one of the best returns on investment for Master's programs in the country.

Costs will vary depending on which degree option you choose to pursue. Please refer to the charts below for further information on the specific costs for each of our Engineering Management degree options.

Accelerated Master of Engineering Management (1-Year program)

Semester Indiana Resident Non-Resident
Fall 2017 $5,563.00 $14,964.00
Spring 2018 $5,563.00 $14,964.00
Summer 2018 $2,782.00 $7,482.00
Professional Master's
Program Fee
$2,620.00 $2,620.00
Total Estimated Cost $16,528.00 $40,030.00 *

* International Student Fee (per on-campus semester) is $80.00.

Master of Engineering Management with Professional Practice (2-year program)

Semester Indiana Resident Non-Resident
Fall 2017 $5,563.00 $14,964.00
Spring 2018 $3,816.00 $4,174.00
Summer 2018 $3,816.00 $4,174.00
Fall 2018 (estimated) $3,987.00 $4,363.00
Spring 2019 (estimated) $5,563.00 $14,964.00
Professional Master's
Program Fee
$2,950.00 $2,950.00 *
Total Estimated Cost $25,695.00 $45,589.00

* International Student Fee (per on-campus semester) is $80.00.

Program Benefits

All students receive multiple value-added benefits beyond the academic curriculum that are infused throughout the duration of Purdue’s dynamic Engineering Management program. Features include:

  • ENGR 501: Engineering Management Graduate Program Seminar
  • Orientation week
  • Individualized career coaching & university resources (CCO, OPP, IR/EXPO)
  • Industry visits & on-campus interviews with partner companies
  • American Society of Engineering Management (ASEM) membership
  • Experiential Learning Initiative (ELI)

Fellowships

A limited number of fellowships are available to students admitted in the fall or spring. At a minimum, the selection process considers the students’ academic and scholarly achievements and abilities, based on admission application materials requested by the graduate program. To receive full consideration, graduate students must submit completed application materials by the program deadline. Questions may be addressed to promasters@purdue.edu.

Assistantships and Scholarships

Our program is designated as a “Professional Master’s” by the university. As such, the University does not permit students enrolled in our professional graduate program to hold graduate staff employment, to receive any fee remission associated with graduate assistantships, or to receive graduate tuition scholarships such as those associated with fellowships. Graduate staff employment includes the following Purdue positions: Graduate Research Assistant, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Graduate Administrative/Professional, etc.

Financial Aid Information

The Division of Financial Aid helps graduate students through the Federal Stafford Loan Program and the Graduate PLUS Loan Program. To learn more about the assistance available through student loans, please click here.