Every service has different requirements, so you’ll need to contact your installation education office for details. In general, however, the process works as follows. You’ll want to contact student support for a copy of your degree plan that includes a column for cost.
Speak to your enrollment advisor about your required courses and the tuition rate for active duty students, veterans, and military spouses. If you still have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The stipend is $1,000 a year, which is around $41 per credit hour for a traditional 24-credit-hour year of school. This benefit is typically paid out by semester based on your proposed enrollment, but it is often is paid out by class throughout the term.
No. The Carson College of Business does not assess fees for military-affiliated students utilizing VA benefits. If you see a fee assessed to your account, please contact WSU Veterans Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington State University is a top-tier public research university with a mission to serve. We take great pride in our land-grant heritage and our longstanding commitment to improving lives and communities locally, regionally, and around the world.
WSU provides students with access to a high-quality education and, since 1890, has produced forward-thinking graduates who make a difference in the world through skillful, ethical leadership.
Carson College of Business
The WSU Carson College of Business has a rich history of more than 55 years delivering graduate management education, including more than 20 years of experience offering online degree programs. The college spans four campuses throughout Washington and has a presence on four continents, leading to extensive networks of businesses and alumni.
The Carson College of Business strives to provide Cougar graduates with the contemporary business skills, advanced management techniques, and principled ethical standards to make a positive impact on local and global business communities.