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Online M.S. in Quantitative Management

Online Master of Science in Quantitative Management

Tuition and Financial Aid

The Master of Science in Quantitative Management (MSQM) is an investment in your future. NYU Stern provides an array of financial aid resources and services to help you achieve your educational goals.

Tuition and Fees

MSQM Class of 2024 Program Cost (Estimated)
Fall 2022 $16,020.00
Spring 2023 $12,816.00
Summer 2023 $12,816.00
Fall 2023 $16,020.00
Spring 2024 $12,816.00
Total Program Cost $70,488.00*

*Total program cost includes all tuition and fees and a one-time $750 enrollment deposit applied toward tuition. It does not include associated room, board, and travel expenses for the two residential immersions.

Financial Aid


Students may be eligible to take out federal and/or private education loans to cover tuition and other education-related costs, which might include books and supplies, personal expenses, and transportation costs. For federal student loans, you must fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to include the FAFSA school code: 002785.

If you have questions about financial aid, contact our Graduate Financial Aid team at or 212-998-0790 or visit the website for instructions and access to other resources.

Students taking out loans should expect to pay loan origination fees to lenders.

Other Fees

Students must pay a $400 fee if they are required to take NYU Stern’s Business Writing workshop to satisfy the business writing proficiency requirement.

Scholarships/Alternative Funding

All applicants (domestic and international) are considered for merit-based scholarships. No additional materials are required. Scholarship decisions are made at the discretion of the Admissions Committee at the time of admission and are included in your official letter of admission. All scholarship decisions are final.

NYU Stern offers a variety of scholarships to active-duty military members and veterans. If you are, or think you may be eligible for veteran benefits, please visit the Resources for Military Veterans page or reach out to David Gordon (, 212-998-0644).

Philanthropic and professional organizations provide some educational funding to students who meet specific criteria. You can explore external sources of funding, including private scholarships and grants, through the NYU Stern Scholarship Database and Scholarship Tools.

Some students may be able to obtain funding from their employers to pursue a graduate business degree.

Teaching Fellowships may be available to qualified MSQM students. For more details and a comprehensive listing of positions, please visit the Student Jobs website.

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