ban MS Supply Chain

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management | Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

2018-19 Academic Year


$1,630 per semester hour


$1,700 per semester 

Estimated Expenses - Total Program*
Note: This is an estimate of the total program that does not include annual tuition increases. It assumes that students will complete the program in 20 months taking 6 semester hours over 5 semesters. Other options for completing the program in fewer semesters are available.



$1,630 per semester hour x 30 semester hours



$1,700 per semester x 4 semesters

Global Experience $2,000 Travel expenses (estimated)



For total program, under assumptions listed above

*Actual expenses will depend on the annual tuition rate, the number of credit hours taken during the academic year, and the number of semesters over which the program is completed. Books and materials are estimated at $2,500. Additionally, all MS SCM students are expected to have access to a laptop computer.

Professional Development Grants

To make graduate education more accessible to working students, TCU offers a limited number of Professional Development Grants (PDG) for part-time graduate students enrolled in credit courses. Unlike student loans, grants do not need to be repaid.

Grant Amounts
The PDG provide one-fourth tuition credit for up to six semester hours for each semester. A total of six hours is allowed for all summer semesters combined.

Income Limitations for 2017-18:
In order to be eligible, the adjusted gross income must not exceed:

  • $71,477* for independent, single students without dependents
  • $88,708* for married or single students with dependents

*Note: Income ceilings and amounts of P/PDG are subject to change.

Applicants must be:

  • Year-round part-time students (enrolled for eight credit hours per semester or less)
  • Admitted to TCU before the PDG application will be considered;
  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • At least 22 years of age by the final day of late registration and in good academic and financial standing with all colleges or universities previously attended.

Application for Professional Development Grant can be found at, Click on "Forms Library" and choose "Professional Development Grant-Graduate."

Student Loans

Determining Your Loan Eligibility
To determine your eligibility for student loans, you must first file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at TCU will review the loan eligibility for admitted students once the FAFSA results are made available to TCU.

Loan Options
Learn more about loan options available to graduate students. Note that the total of all loans and grants offered will not exceed the approximated cost of attendance. 

Deferred Payment Plans

For students who are on formal reimbursement programs with their employers, TCU will allow you to defer your payment until 60 days after the end of the semester without assessing a finance charge. To do so, you must document your participation in the company's tuition reimbursement program each semester.

For students who do not receive employer reimbursement, TCU will allow you to make payments on your balance due over the course of the semester. A finance charge will apply.

Information for Veterans

We welcome current and former military members as students at Neeley. In fact, we will waive the application fee for all military personnel. Click here for more information on Veterans Affairs at TCU.

Financial Aid Contact

For additional information on need-based loans and grants, contact:

Debbie Mar
Graduate Senior Financial Aid Advisor
TCU Financial Aid
Sadler Hall Room 3101