Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid

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Tuition and Fees

LMU provides an excellent value for a quality M.S. in Taxation program. Tuition for the 2022–2023 academic year is $1,526 per unit. At 30 units, total tuition cost for the program is $45,780. University fees, textbooks, etc. are additional. 

Financial Aid

All need-based financial aid and most other aid awards at the Federal, State and University level are determined in whole or in part by the information submitted in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. You can submit your FAFSA and apply for financial aid prior to applying for admission to LMU. Our Financial Aid Office recommends applying for aid as soon as possible. Visit Financial Aid for financial aid application instructions and other important information regarding the types of aid you may receive.

Only United States citizens and eligible non-citizens are able to receive federal or state-funded types of financial aid. International students should visit Financial Aid for more information.

Departmental Scholarships

All M.S. in Taxation applicants who apply by the final deadline are automatically considered for all available scholarships; no special scholarship application is required. Scholarships are awarded based on the strength of the application, including previous academic record, test scores and letters of recommendation. Domestic and international students may qualify.

Deloitte Tax Diversity Scholarship

Deloitte has joined with LMU to provide full-tuition scholarships for M.S. in Taxation students from underrepresented demographic groups in the accounting profession including, but not limited to, students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities as well as Hispanic Serving Institutions. Learn more.

Employer Tuition Assistance

Your employer may help support your education if it has a tuition assistance or educational reimbursement program. Levels of financial support and eligibility requirements for such programs vary.