Scholarships and Discounts

There are many financial aid options available to help make your education dreams a reality. Below are some of the discounts and scholarships available to students in the School of Business and Management; individuals applying to undergraduate programs are also encouraged to inquire with One Stop: Undergraduate Enrollment Services Center, while those interested in graduate programs are encouraged to contact Graduate and Professional Student Financial Services.

School of Business and Management Alumni Tuition Discounts

APU’s School of Business and Management offers a 15 percent alumni tuition discount for APU alumni starting in the following graduate programs:

Students must maintain continuous enrollment half-time for the fall and spring terms. Students must be in good academic standing and maintain satisfactory academic progress with a minimum cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0. If qualifications are met, the discount may be renewed each year until graduation. This discount cannot be combined with other institutional aid. Contact Student Financial Services for complete eligibility details.

MOU Partner Tuition Discounts

The School of Business and Management offers a 15 percent tuition discount on the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Master of Business Management (MBM) programs for employees, and their spouses and dependents (up to age 26), of the following organizations:

Students fill out the 2018-19 School of Business and Management MOU Agreement Discount (PDF) form and provide proof of employment along with a form every year of enrollment. This discount cannot be combined with other institutional aid. Contact Student Financial Services for complete eligibility details.

Students also benefit from convenient locations in Azusa (main campus), Murrieta, San Bernardino, and Orange, and on-site instruction may be available for companies enrolling a group of students. Courses are offered in online and face-to-face formats, in six 8-week sessions per year. Full- and part-time options available.

Note: This information is current for the 2017-18 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.