Executive MBA - Global Supply Chain

Tuition & Financial Aid

The program fee for the Executive MBA - Global Supply Chain is $85,000 (U.S.).

The program fee includes:

  • All university tuition and fees
  • Books and materials, including course-specific software
  • Technical support for all software
  • Local transportation to and from classes and special events during residence periods
  • Breakfasts, lunches and most dinners

The program fee does not include:

  • Laptop computer (if needed, you can purchase a laptop at a discount through the UT Computer Store)
  • Airfare to and from residence periods, both domestic and international
  • Lodging during residence periods

Payment schedule:

  • $2,500 at confirmation of program acceptance
  • Three equal payments of $27,500 due at the beginning of each semester

Financial Aid

Loans & Scholarships

Fellowships/assistantships are not available for this program, but you may qualify for federal financial aid. Learn about federal student loans and other need-based financial aid for graduate students at One Stop Express Student Services.

The federal government also offers a loan forgiveness program for graduates of the program who work in the nonprofit/public sector.

Please contact us for more information about funding options.

Employer Sponsorship

Many applicants’ employers provide full or partial financial assistance, as the Executive MBA - Global Supply Chain assignments relate directly to work and improve employee performance and retention. More on sponsorship negotiations.

Military Service Programs

Details and eligibility guidelines for the Post-9/11 benefits, including the Yellow Ribbon Program, can be found through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Applicants can also contact UT’s Office of Veterans Affairs: utkva@utk.edu or 865-974-1500.

Special Programs

Employees of the University of Tennessee or a Tennessee Board of Regents Institution are eligible for fee waivers.

Many out-of-state candidates in the Southeast region can obtain in-state tuition rates through Academic Common Market. Students using Post-911 GI Benefits are particularly likely to benefit.