Tuition for the Accelerated Daytime MBA program is based on a percentage of the two-year Daytime MBA program tuition. With a two-year Daytime tuition of $70,000 in the current academic year (entered July 2019), the Accelerated Daytime MBA tuition would be $86,835. The reason for the pricing differentiation is that Accelerated MBA students will take more than half of the two-year Daytime course credits in their one-year accelerated program. Two-year Daytime MBA students entering July 2019 will pay $70,000 tuition in their first year and $70,000 plus an approximate increase of 3% in their second year.
In planning for an entrance date of July 2020, students should budget an increase of approximately 3%. Tuition will be finalized by March 2020, and this site will be updated with an estimated Cost of Attendance accordingly.
|Estimated Expenses (class entering July 2019)||Cost (USD)|
|Estimated Medical Insurance & Other Fees||7,482|
|Estimated Educational Supplies||666|
|Estimated Living Expenses||18,702|
|Estimated Total Cost of Attendance (USD)||113,685|
For information about tuition due dates and the billing schedule, please visit the University Bursar Office website.
There are a number of opportunities—including merit scholarships, loans, and other programs—to help make attending the Accelerated Daytime MBA program a reality.
|Merit-based scholarships||All applicants considered; no separate application required to be eligible|
|Federal and private loans||U.S. citizens and permanent residents|
|International Student Loan Program
(no cosigner needed)
|Yellow Ribbon Program||Eligible Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill) recipients|
|Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program||Students who have satisfactorily completed service in the U.S. Peace Corps and who engage in community service while enrolled|
|Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) Social Sector Scholarship||Individuals with social sector backgrounds who are looking to acquire business skills for use in their pursuit of social impact|
|Rex and Ellen Adams Loan Assistance Program||Qualifying alumni who work full-time for eligible nonprofit and government organizations or certified B-Corporations|
For more information about your options, visit Financing Your Degree.