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Financing Your Future

Master of Science in Accountancy

The Miami Herbert Business School supports our students’ investment in their future by awarding scholarships based on previous academic achievement, level and quality of work experience, and extracurricular involvement. For a list of available merit-based scholarship awards, visit the Miami Herbert Business School’s Graduate Merit-Based Scholarship Awards page.

In addition to Miami Herbert Business School-sponsored financial aid, other sources of funding typically include:

  • External scholarships and grants
  • Federal and private loans
  • Personal savings

The University of Miami’s Office of Student Financial Assistance is dedicated to helping our students afford their graduate education with additional financial aid. For detailed information about other sources of financial assistance, including loans, please visit the UM’s Office of Student Financial Assistance website.

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Accounting Scholarships

Through the generosity of alumni and friends of the Miami Herbert Business School, certain endowed and annual scholarships are made available to graduate students enrolled in Accounting-related degree programs. Donors have established endowed scholarships in perpetuity; annual scholarships depend upon annual funding from donors. Donor scholarships are for the purpose of recruiting, retaining or recognizing students of high academic merit. For certain donor scholarships, financial need is an additional consideration. The number and amount of scholarship awards may vary from year to year. Donor scholarships are generally awarded to full-time students. However, due to the “fifth year” educational requirement to qualify for CPA certification, part-time graduate students enrolled in an accounting-related degree program may be considered for donor scholarships administered by the Department of Accounting. The following is a list of the accounting scholarships available.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees
Expenses Academic Year - 30 credits
Tuition: $2,170 per credit hour* $65,100
Fees* $1,108
Health Insurance (Annual Premium)* $3,556
Housing & Meals** $15,122
Books** $1,854
Personal** $1,716
Transportation** $3,500
Estimated Total Cost of Attendance: $91,956

 * For the 2020-2021 Academic Year
** Estimated expenses

Additional Expenses
Additional Expenses
Enrollment Fee $2,200
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