Tuition and Financial Aid

Total tuition for students beginning in the July 2018 is $106,474.  

Program Cost Includes:

  • Enrollment Fee of $2, 200*
  • Required textbooks, cases, and academic materials
  • Access to our Information Resource center, database and journal reviews
  • On-campus parking
  • Guest speakers, alumni receptions
  • Staff support during class
  • Graduation ceremony and reception
  • Breakfast and afternoon snacks

*Enrollment Fee – Upon acceptance, this required non-refundable, non-transferable one-time fee reserves a seat in the program.

*** All Executive and Professional MBA programs have a mandatory Program Administration Fee charged each semester to support the administrative costs, special services, materials and additional costs associated with each program. The tuition typically increases each academic year. Any increase in the University of Miami per credit tuition rate will be compensated by a corresponding reduction in the program administration fee. The total cost of the program (Tuition and Program Administration Fee) therefore will not vary.

Click here for information on scholarships and student loans.

 

UM Office of Financial Assistance

For information about payment plans and additional assistance with student loans
Website
Whitten University Center
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 305-284-3115
 | Fax: 305-284-4082
E-mail: ofas@miami.edu

The number of students that can be admitted each year is limited. An applicant's admission and acceptance of that admission results in the University's reciprocal commitment to the applicant for one of the limited number of spaces available. Once a program begins, no additional persons can be admitted to that class.

To officially withdraw from the MBA Program students must inform the Office of Graduate Business Programs in writing prior to the beginning of a course/term. Tuition will be refunded on a prorated basis based on the number of class meetings attended. No tuition refund will be granted when class attendance has exceeded 50% of class meetings.

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