CSUMB Online MBA Costs and Tuition
The total MBA program tuition is $36,000, making it one of the most affordable MBA programs in California.
Each of the 30 MBA course units costs $1,200. The total tuition is reduced to $34,000 after the degree completion award is applied. Books and the international consulting project are included in the tuition.
The $2,000 degree completion award is available to all new online MBA students beginning enrollment in the fall 2022 term. View additional details below.
In addition to the tuition, additional fees include:
- $70 Application Fee
- $100 Enrollment Confirmation Fee (credited to tuition)
- $39 Extended Education Services Fee (three terms per year)
- $40 Graduation Application Fee
$2,000 MBA Degree Completion Award
A $2,000 degree completion award is available to new students who enroll in the fall 2022 term. The award is a $2,000 tuition reduction that is applied to the student's account in their final term of the Online MBA program. If the student fails their last course they will not receive another tuition reduction.
MBA Scholarship Opportunities
Scholarships are an effective way to help fund your educational expenses.
Year-round scholarships available for MBA students:
- CSU Trustee Award for Outstanding Achievement
- Richard Leffingwell Scholarship
- Dale M. Schoettler Scholarship For Visually Impaired Students
Additionally, if you receive a scholarship outside of CSUMB, be sure to notify Ashlie McCallon, Associate Director of Financial Aid Services, to ensure your award is applied to your student account.
MBA Financial Aid Opportunities
At CSUMB we believe that your future is priceless, so your education should be affordable. We understand that an MBA can open doors to new opportunities, or enable you to create your own. We also know financial aid can be paramount in making an MBA a possibility and are pleased to assist students in applying for available tuition support.
As part of the William D. Ford Direct Loan Program, you could be eligible for a Graduate PLUS loan, which is borrowed directly from the federal government at a fixed interest rate. To confirm your eligibility, you’ll need to complete the Graduate PLUS Loan Application and authorize a credit check, which is run by the U.S. Department of Education.
If you are interested in requesting federal financial aid for your MBA, we ask that you file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using the CSUMB federal school code of 032603.
Loan Repayment and Forgiveness
Loan repayment and forgiveness programs can significantly reduce or eliminate your graduate school debt. We encourage you to explore the following loan forgiveness programs as well as employer-sponsored loan repayment programs that are available to MBA students:
Visit the U.S. Department of Education loan repayment page for repayment calculators, guides for choosing the right repayment plan and general information about student loan forgiveness, and loan forgiveness for those who choose to take their talents to the public sector.
Methods to Save Time and Money
Another key benefit of the Online MBA is the ability to continue to work while pursuing your degree, which helps mitigate some of the associated costs. The CSUMB program even saves you money and time by eliminating the need to take the GMAT for acceptance. You can also apply up to nine units of transfer credits for your program, which can save you even more and help you earn your MBA more quickly.
Tuition and Financial Aid Contacts
If you have questions or concerns about how you can finance your Online MBA, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 831-582-5100. Our financial aid specialists are dedicated to helping you find financial support and can help you navigate available resources, including grants, scholarships, and federal student aid.
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