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All applicants to the online Master of Risk and Insurance (MSRI) program must possess a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution or the international equivalent prior to enrollment at the graduate level.

Important Dates

  • May 30, 2024: Priority application deadline
  • July 30, 2024: Final application deadline
  • August  28, 2024: Cohort start
  • August 18–20, 2024: Fall In-Residence Experience in Indianapolis

How To Apply

To apply, candidates should submit the following:

  • Butler Application
  • Personal Statement
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • Current Résumé
  • Official Transcripts or copies of official transcripts from all colleges and universities where candidates:
    • Earned a degree
    • Earned more than 15 credits (undergraduate and graduate)
    • Completed any program prerequisite (regardless of number of credit hours)
    • Completed courses for which candidates are applying for transfer credit

International applicants must additionally submit the following:

Copies of official transcripts may be uploaded in the online application for application review only. Applicants who receive an offer of admission will be required at that time to submit official final transcripts issued directly from the institution(s) for verification prior to enrollment. More information is available in the application for admission.

Program Costs

The following tuition and fee charges are in effect for the current academic year and are subject to change annually.

Tuition for the MSRI program is $950 per credit hour for a total of $28,500. The MSRI program has a $3,000 total program fee, which is billed at $600 a semester over five semesters. In addition, students will be responsible for travel expenses related to the in-residence and capstone experiences. Meals and accommodations for the in-residence and capstone are provided.