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Organizational Leadership Program Cost

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership degree builds upon an Associate’s degree in a structure called the “2 + 2 model”. In this model, each student must obtain either an Associate of Science degree in Business or an Associate of Arts degree in Communications prior to beginning the courses for the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership. The prices listed below are the estimated prices for the third and fourth year, which will begin after the student has completed the chosen two year Associate degree. (If you wish to view the cost for the first two years, please click here.) Please note that cost may vary from semester to semester and year to year based on several factors including the student’s life style and spending habits. All TAC students get free access to the TAC Innovation Center.

Below are the estimated prices for International students. Prices are represented in US Dollars (USD). Additionally, International students who are accepted to attend The American Campus may qualify for a scholarships (Conditions may apply). Contact info@tac.education for more information regarding scholarship opportunities.

Year 3 Year 4
Tuition 6,600 6,600
Fees 150 100
Books 300 300
Housing* 1,850 1,850
Living Expenses** 1,800 1,800
Total 10,700 10,650
Grand Total 21,350

Below are the estimated prices for Mauritian students. Prices are represented in Mauritian Rupees (MUR). Additionally, Mauritian students who are accepted to attend The American Campus may be qualified for a scholarship of 50% off tuition (Conditions may apply). Contact info@tac.education for more information regarding scholarship opportunities.

Year 3 Year 4
Tuition 300,000 300,000
Fees 3,500 3,500
Books 10,500 10,500
Total 314,000 314,000
Grand Total 628,000

* TAC has recommended housing, but students can find their own housing.

**Includes transportation, food, and other expenses

Please pay by bank transfer information found on the PDF file below, or visit The American Campus

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