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Second, graduation fee is $200. The fee here goes to printing of your degree, ordering your degree folio, transcript costs, and reviewing your grades and work.
Third, there are fees that occur for ordering of extra transcripts, reviewing a transfer, late payments, and returned payments. These are standard to keep our operation moving, but again, our goal is to keep costs as low as possible.
Lastly, you have your textbooks. Many of you know the cost of textbooks can be insane. The good news is that we utilize a publisher that offers unlimited digital textbooks for one fee: $179! There are single printed books that cost $179, and you will get all of your textbooks in digital format for $179 per year.
As a bonus, AMU does offer different scholarships, including scholarships to help cover the costs of your graduation fee and books. More information can be found under the Admission Menu at the top and selecting "Tuition and Financial Aid".
About Our Programs
At the graduate level you have the choice of a Masters in Management (MiM) or a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Each degree can be tailored to your needs depending on your interest. Currently we offer concentrations in International Business, Leadership, Marketing, and Sports Management.
We anticipate offering other concentrations such as Finance, Supply Chain Management, Public Administration, Non-Profit Management, and Management Information Systems in the near future. We are hard at work to find interesting new options that can have you better prepared for your career.
Please keep in mind, you will need to pay the difference for the additional courses.
After you complete everything, we can update your transcript to include the new concentration or concentrations. Your degree can be re-printed, but you will have to pay for the printing service and the graduation date will change to the date you completed your last concentration.
Note that, it is possible you could complete the coursework, but still have a balance due because of a payment plan. You will be considered complete only after you have satisfactorily finished the coursework and paid off any financial obligations. All records will be on hold until finances have been satisfied.