Grad school is an investment, we help you consider the best options

In the dual degree Impact MBA and Master of Finance graduate program, the College of Business offers a variety of opportunities to reduce expenses, including scholarships and graduate assistantships.

We also believe it is important to be transparent, so we do our best to give you accurate estimates on tuition and aid. Amounts displayed are intended as an estimate only and should not be used for billing purposes.

If you have specific questions about other financial aid opportunities, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.

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Impact MBA & Master of Finance, 59 credits

Resident and Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) 1
  Semester2 Program3 (4 semesters)
Base tuition Semester2$5,418 Program3 (3 semesters)$21,672
Graduate differential tuition4
(Impact MBA fee)
Semester2$6889 Program3 (3 semesters)$27,556
General fees Semester2$906 Program3 (3 semesters)$3,624
Alternative transportation fee $34 $136
University facility fee Semester2$380 Program3 (3 semesters)$1,520
University technology fee Semester2$32 Program3 (3 semesters)$128
College technology fee Semester2$103 Program3 (3 semesters)$412
Total Semester2$13,762 Program3 (3 semesters)$55,048
Nonresident
  Semester2 Program3 (4 semesters)
Base tuition Semester2$13,283 Program3 (3 semesters)$53,132
Graduate differential tuition4
(Impact MBA fee)
Semester2$6,889 Program3 (3 semesters)$27,556
General fees Semester2$906 Program3 (3 semesters)$3,624
Alternative transportation fee $34 $136
University facility fee Semester2$380 Program3 (3 semesters)$1,520
University technology fee Semester2$32 Program3 (3 semesters)$128
College technology fee Semester2$103 Program3 (3 semesters)$412
Total Semester2$21,627 Program3 (3 semesters)$86,508
1. Impact MBA and the Master of Finance are offered through the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and a part of the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP). This tuition-savings program will be evaluated for renewal in 2020-2021. Dual degree students who are residents of the following WICHE member states may apply for WRGP and qualify for savings on out-of-state or non-resident tuition costs. The WICHE states are Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
2. Semester tuition estimates are based on typical fall and spring semesters.
3. Program tuition estimates account for a projected annual increase.
4. Graduate differential tuition is $467 per credit hour and is subject to annual increases.