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Tuition and Fees

Making the investment in your future: MBA Executive Program


Like most business decisions that come across your desk, the decision to earn your MBA requires careful consideration with a number of factors weighed. One factor is cost. This sheet provides a general overview on payment options for your MBA degree and answers to frequently asked financial questions by those considering the MBA Executive Program.

Tuition and Fees
The UW Oshkosh MBA Executive Program's total cost of instructional tuition and fees is $59,500.  This includes tuition, books, class meals and refreshments, all classroom materials, orientation and residency events including lodging and meals and an international trip (excluding several meals).

Payment Schedule
A deposit of $1,000 is due within 30 days after receiving an acceptance packet to reserve your spot. The remaining balance is spread over four semesters in equal payments. Students or employers may find it beneficial to make the fourth and final payment the month following graduation. Please contact us if your or your organization would like to request this extension.

MBA - Executive Volume Pricing

If two individuals employed by the same company are accepted in the same cohort, each participant will receive a 7.5% discount. If three individuals employed by the same company are accepted in the same cohort, each participant will receive a 12% discount. Individuals must be accepted into the MBA Executive Program, pay the deposit and attend at least two Saturday classes before the discount is applied.

Effective 2/18/2016

How was the cost determined?

The cost was set after extensive research was done by the UW Oshkosh MBA Office with close collaboration of almost 500 executives in Northeast and North Central Wisconsin. The cost is reasonably priced compared to other MBA - Executive offerings while providing exceptional value for participants and Wisconsin organizations.

Financial Aid

Although your employer may offer tuition assistance, many students need additional support. To apply for financial aid visit www.fafsa.gov and use FAFSA code 003920. For more information on financial aid options, visit the Financial Aid Office site or contact Karen Kennedy in the UW Oshkosh Financial Aid Office at (920) 424-0454 or by email at . Note: If you are receiving tuition assistance, your awarded loan amount cannot exceed the program cost when combined with your employer contribution. 

Veteran Resources

The UW Oshkosh Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is dedicated to providing support for our University’s veterans, guard members, reservists and dependents of veterans. For more information on Veteran Resources, contact Michelle Munns at (920) 424-0702 or by email at .

UW Oshkosh Executive MBA Not-for-Profit and Government Scholarship

The UW Oshkosh MBA Office has announced a new scholarship opportunity for individuals employed by not-for profit and government agencies. Up to three scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $8,925 toward the UW Oshkosh MBA Executive cohort beginning September 2017.
 
Selection criteria include: employed by a non-profit, government or state agency; meet admission standards for the MBA - Executive and complete the standard admission process; and complete the scholarship application.
 
The UW Oshkosh MBA Executive Program is completed in just sixteen months and is held on Saturdays at the Appleton Executive Education Center. It is a cohort style learning environment which allows for extensive peer interaction, rich discussions, and builds a powerful, influential network.
 
For more information contact the MBA Office at 800-633-1430.

Download the MBA Executive Program Cost Overview.