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Tuition and Financial Aid

The Master of Science in Financial Economics is a full-time, four-semester program with an annual tuition of approximately $50,000 if the student takes the regular full load of four three-credit courses each semester. The tuition for 2014–15 academic year is $2,167 per credit.

Columbia Business School does not offer merit- or need-based financial aid for the Master of Science in Financial Economics. However federal or private loans may be available to qualified candidates. The MBA loans page lists detailed information about obtaining loans, much of which is applicable to Master of Science candidates.

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Application Deadlines

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Fall 2014 Entry:
Early Decision: Jan 5, 2014
Regular Decision: Feb 2, 2014

 

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Fall 2014 Entry:
Early Decision: Jan 6, 2014
Regular Decision: Feb 15, 2014

 

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