Fees and Policies
|Program||Fee for Indiana residents||Fee for out-of-state residents||Books|
|Industrial Technology||$750 per credit hour||$1,030 per credit hour||Included|
|Leadership||$750 per credit hour||$1,030 per credit hour||Included|
|Industrial Distribution||$1,200 per credit hour||$1,200 per credit hour||Included|
|Aviation Management||$750 per credit hour||$750 per credit hour||Not included|
|IT Project Management||$750 per credit hour||$750 per credit hour||Not included|
|Building Construction Management||$682 per credit hour||$906 per credit hour||Not included|
BIOMETRIC fees are "variable" based on course selection. Contact ProSTAR for details. Books are not included.
Fees are due on the first day of class and may be paid by mail or in person. If your employer is covering the program costs, you're responsible for making sure they've either paid the fees or provided a voucher indicating intent to pay by the first day of class. You're responsible for any additional educational materials, such as supplies, internet access and subscription fees. As this is a fee based program (not tuition based), Purdue Fee Remission does not apply. These are tentative fees and may be subjet to change.
To be admitted to The Purdue Graduate School and College of Technology you are required to have obtained a baccalaureate degree from an accredited university. Your GPA for the last completed degree must be above a 3.00 on a scale of 4.00. (If you did not obtain a 3.00, please contact ProSTAR to discuss conditional admittance.) If you have two or more years of professional experience, testing (GRE and GMAT) will be waived for all programs except BCM (see below).
ITPM - a background (education and/or experience) in IT systems and architecture is required.
BCM - Five years in the construction industry is required, and the GRE is required for all applicants.
Purdue’s Division of Financial Aid is here to help you find and apply for the financial support you need.
Another way to ease the payment burden is with our installment plan option. Pay 40% of your program costs before classes begin, then pay the remainder in equal amounts 30 and 60 days after classes start. If you choose this option, you’ll sign a promissory note on the first day of class when you pay the first installment. If you fail to pay an installment as outlined in your promissory note, your course registration will be dropped. Interest charges will be levied on any unpaid balances.
If you drop hours or withdraw from the program, you’ll receive a pro-rated refund of fees:
|Drop Hours / Withdraw||Refund|
|Prior to the first day of classes||100%|
|During the first two weeks of classes||80%|
|During the third and fourth weeks of classes||60%|
|During the fifth and sixth weeks of classes||40%|
Weekend program students will receive books for the first semester during the first weekend session, and books for the following semesters will be distributed on the final weekend session of each prior semester. Distance education students will receive a list of books to purchase in advance of the first class session.
According to Purdue policy, you must complete coursework “in the time interval specified by the instructor, but no later than the 12th week of the second subsequent semester of enrollment.” After this time, you will receive an incomplete or “I” grade. If you complete the work within the officially stated time period, your instructor will request a grade change and you’ll receive a grade report at the end of the semester indicating the new grade. If you do not complete the work, your “I” grade will be converted to an “F” and recorded on your transcript. It’s your responsibility to complete the required work and follow up with your instructor to ensure the necessary administrative actions are taken.
Attendance at weekend programs
Missing a weekend is equal to missing a third of your classes in a normal semester-that’s why attendance at every weekend session and all weekend session classes is mandatory. If circumstances force you to miss any part of a campus weekend, contact your faculty members in advance and work with them to get the information and assignments you need.