Tuition and Financial Aid





Tuition (based on 2019-2020 tuition)



Mandatory Fees



Room & Board*



Books & Supplies



Total Costs



* Please note these numbers are approximations. Living expenses, dining and transportation will vary depending on where you choose to live in Los Angeles and if you want to live by yourself or with others. 

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Through the support of employers, alumni and other contributors, the Leventhal School of Accounting is able to provide a number of scholarships to students, both domestic and international, in the MAcc and MBT full-time programs. Scholarships vary in amount and are disbursed during the Fall and Spring semesters.

All applicants will be considered for scholarship and are required to submit an additional essay on the application.  Those who receive a Leventhal scholarship will be notified of the amount in the admissions letter.

Applicants are encouraged to apply early for priority scholarship consideration.

We do not offer scholarships for students in our MBT-Working Professionals program.

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Prospective students encouraged to search many resources to find additional scholarship opportunities that may potentially help decrease the out of pocket cost for their education.

Here are a few sites to take a look at but please know that this is not all. Make sure not to limit your search just to these.

USC Awards and Fellowships Database.

AICPA Scholarships

CalCPA Scholarship Resource Guide

JVS Scholarship Programneed-based program providing scholarships for college and graduate school for Jewish students who are permanent residents of Los Angeles County. Online application for the 2020-2021 academic year opens January 1, 2020 and closes March 31, 2020


Discover Accounting - Accounting Degree Specific Scholarships


Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting (EFWA) - awards scholarships to women pursuing accounting degrees at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. 

EFWA Video to learn more

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You should work with the USC Financial Aid office to obtain need based aid such as low-interest federal loans and Federal Work Study.

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