Financing Your Program
Our graduate programs are made up of diverse and talented students who have demonstrated promise to become future business leaders – and we won’t let financial obstacles get in the way of your success.
Generous scholarships are considered for all qualified applicants based on a holistic review of your background. In fact, 95% of our 2020-21 class received scholarship funding. Your academic, personal and professional achievements can qualify you for several of the scholarships we offer.
California applicants receive an automatic tuition discount and are eligible for other scholarships. If you are applying from out-of-state or are an international student, we offer several exclusive scholarships for you as well.
MBA Program Tuition
An MBA is a significant investment with promising return. According to an Alumni Perspectives Survey conducted in 2018, seven in ten full-time MBA graduates said they wouldn’t have landed their current job without their degree (GMAC, 2018). Average salaries post MBA vary based on industry, location, and work experience. The best way to calculate your ROI is to research projected earnings in your industry of interest and compare those to your program costs to determine when you will make up the difference. For example, on average, individuals in the consulting industry receive a 50% salary increase post-MBA (Poets & Quants, 2019).
The Full-time MBA is an 80-unit program typically completed over the course of six quarters or two academic years. Tuition payment for the full-time MBA program is made on a quarterly basis.
- Resident students will pay approximately $44,000 each academic year (3 quarters).
- Non-resident students will pay approximately $56,000 each academic year (3 quarters).
For a full breakdown of program costs by quarter including health insurance fees, please visit https://registrar.ucr.edu/tuition-fees/quarterly-fees#mba_students.