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Financial Analysis Tuition & Aid

Cut the cost of advancing your career. 

Tuition for the Financial Analysis program is $800 per credit hour ($2,400 for a 3-credit hour course). 
There is a one-time nonrefundable application fee of $75 and a graduation fee of $191. A nonrefundable comprehensive fee of $250 is charged once each term.

Earning a Master of Science in Financial Analysis from Gordon College instead of a traditional MBA saves you more than $70,000 and an entire year of graduate school.

Average MBA: $100,000+

Gordon MSFA: $28,800

Pay less than you think.

Gordon’s MSFA tuition is already less than a third of the price of a traditional MBA—and it’s almost never the amount you’ll actually write on the check. There are many substantial ways to lower your bottom line.


Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Assistantship

Graduate assistantships reduce tuition by two-thirds—about $18,000—enabling exceptional students to earn their MSFA at a fraction of the cost.  

Graduate assistants will have the opportunity to undertake special strategic projects alongside the Executive Director and program managers to support, sustain, and develop the program. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team in assisting faculty, streamlining processes, and representing the program to internal and external organizations. 

Please reach out to [email protected] to learn more.

Scholarships and Loans

Scholarships and Loans

Contrary to what you may think, there are plenty of external scholarships for graduate students—especially those pursuing a degree like the MSFA. Scholarships reduce costs and don’t need to be repaid. Win-win. Explore scholarships specifically for business and finance students ➔

You may also qualify for loans that can bring down the up-front costs of your degree. After a year, when you’re back in the workforce, you can quickly make affordable payments. Learn more ➔

Military Financing

If you are a veteran or military service member, you may have earned benefits through the Post-9/11 GI Bill® and the Yellow Ribbon Program, which would lower your costs even more.

The bottom line

Average MBA: $100,000+

Your final cost

With so many opportunities to save, your bottom line ends up being a fraction of the sticker price. The average MSFA student pays only $10,000 out of pocket for the entire program.

Your investment will pay you back

When you graduate, you'll head into the workforce with a degree that can earn its keep. After two semesters of impressive internships, you'll also have the on-the-job experience to propel you forward.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has finance-sector jobs pulling in impressive salaries, and trends show the industry growing faster than average. Forbes also lists finance-related masters programs on their list of highest potential salary earners. Here are just a few roles you could fill on the other side.

  • Accountants and auditors: $69,350 per year
  • Actuary: $101,560 per year
  • Financial analyst: $84,300 per year
  • Financial managers: $125,080 per year
  • Personal financial advisor: $90,640 per year

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How to Pay

Once you've been accepted and you're ready to begin, learn more about the billing schedule and the convenient ways you can make your payments.


Student Financial Services
Gordon College, 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham, MA 01984
Phone 978 867 4246   |   Email    |   Fax 888 965 0658

Advance your finance career