How much students will pay for the program they finally select is usually dependent upon a school's current tuition structure which fits with their finances. There are further considerations such as whether he or she will be paying out of their own pocket, if an employer will foot the bill, or whether some type of private or government loan is available.
Prospective students who are employed should investigate their employer's tuition reimbursement policies as some have different structures depending on if the program is online or onsite.
In addition, some employers will not reimburse their employees for enrolling in a business program if the course is not accredited by a recognized organization.
Students who are not employed or whose employer does not offer tuition reimbursement may be eligible for a variety of private or government loans which are available. These students should contact the institution's financial aid office for further details on loans.
Business education experts caution that when loans are available, it is important for students to fully understand the terms of repayment and interest rates before committing themselves.