Tuition and Fees | Financing Your MBA
The estimated resident tuition and fees for a University of Utah Full-Time MBA is $61,000. Not a resident? We provide additional scholarship funding to cover the difference between resident and non-resident tuition.
This estimate includes tuition and fees for 62 total required credit hours taken over four semesters and will be different for dual degree applicants. Rates may change without notice. International students may be subject to additional fees.
We value geographic diversity in our student body. If you do not qualify for resident tuition and are admitted to our program, you will receive a non-resident tuition scholarship to bring your tuition levels close to resident levels.
80-90% of students receive tuition scholarships from the program, primarily due to the generosity of our alumni. The middle 80% of these awards range from $20,000-$50,000. Awards are based on information provided in the application and interview process. Scholarship decisions are included with admission offers.
Third-party scholarships may also be available. Be cautious when using third-party searches and always check a provider’s reputation by contacting the Better Business Bureau or the office of your state’s Attorney General.
There are many student loan programs available to help finance graduate education, including:
Begin applying for federal assistance by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. If you are considering a private options, eStudentLoan.com is also a good consumer guide for review before selecting a private loan.
The Full-Time MBA program fully supports veterans and active military students. We are determined to ensure the success of student veterans and do our part in educating you as to what funding is available for your service. The following are the financial options available for veterans and active military students:
The University of Utah has organized a Veterans Support Center that specializes in veteran affairs. This center is a great resource to better understand and enroll in your qualified tuition benefits. For additional information visit the Veterans Support Center, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, or call the Veterans Support Center at 801-587-7722.
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