Tuition and Fees
Pursuing an MBA is one of the world's best educational investments. It is an opportunity to gain the knowledge and experience that will provide a new set of possibilities for your future. Pure and simple -- it is a personal and financial investment in your future.
Willamette University provides an exceptional MBA education at a manageable cost. Forbes magazine has twice ranked the Willamette MBA as one of the top 75 MBA programs in the U.S. for Return on Investment (ROI), Business Week ranks the program as one of the top MBA programs in the U.S., and U.S. News.com listed the Willamette MBA program as one of the 10 least expensive private college/university MBA programs in the U.S.
Tuition for 2015-16 for students enrolled full-time in the Willamette MBA program for early career and career change students (includes MBA, JD/MBA, BA/MBA, and Accelerated programs) will be $37,600 for the academic year ($18,800 for fall semester 2015 and $18,800 for spring semester 2016).
Most Willamette MBA students invest in their education with the help of loans, scholarships, savings and/or family resources, income from internships, and the convenience of the monthly payment program.
|Estimated Expenses for the 2015-16 Academic Year|
|Full-Time Tuition (academic year)||$37,600|
|Student Body Fee||$80|
|Health Center Fee||$100|
|Health Insurance (est for 12 months coverage) *||$1,878|
|Living Expenses *||$8,000 to $12,000|
|Total Estimated Educational & Living Expenses for 2015-16 *||$48,858 to $52,858|
* The estimated budget for full-time MBA students includes the estimated costs of tuition, books, fees, health insurance and living expenses (living expenses include room, board and personal expenses). Tuition, books and fees are common costs among students. Living expenses vary with the lifestyle choices of each student. The cost of health insurance can be waived if you have comparable coverage. For complete information about health insurance visit the student health insurance web page.
Students are also required to have a laptop computer. The cost to purchase the required laptop can be included in your financial aid budget.
Tuition generally increases each academic year. The second year of study also includes a $50 fee for renting graduation regalia.
Return on Investment
Forbes magazine lists the Willamette MBA as one of the "Top 75 MBA Programs" for ROI (return on investment).
Affordable TuitionU.S. News.com recently listed the Willamette MBA as one of the 10 least expensive private college/university MBA programs in the U.S.
Applicants seeking financial assistance (scholarships, loans, etc.) for their MBA education are encouraged to participate in financial aid programs.
Monthly Payment Plan
Willamette offers a deferred payment program through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). This interest-free payment plan offers students a program through which educational expenses for the year can be spread out over 8, 10 or 12 months. Visit the TMS website at http://www.afford.com for more information.