MBA Tuition + Fees Fall 2019/Winterim 2020/Spring 2020 Master of Business Fee .
For a full breakdown of fees visit the Office of Planning and Budgeting.

As a Lubar MBA student, you’ll have many opportunities to further your professional development and broaden your network of contacts.
At UW-Madison, the numbers are clearly in your favor. Visit the UWT Quarterly Tuition Rates page for tuition information. Classes that include a special course fee will indicate the amount along with the class listing on the class search page (Main Menu > Self Service > Class Search / Browse Catalog > Class Search). When you enroll in the Full-time MBA Program, you will be charged the same tuition rate for two years even though incoming students may pay an increased rate each year. Take your career to the next level with a Foster Full-time MBA degree. Full-time enrollment for a UW Graduate Student is 10 credits/quarter. MBA Program Tuition and Fees for 2019-2020

Many employers offer tuition reimbursement and recognize the benefits they receive when their employees participate in the Wisconsin Evening MBA Program. COVID-19 Information: Read Dean Frank Hodge’s message to students for details on how Foster and the UW are responding to COVID-19/coronavirus.

NOTE: Special Course Fees are in addition to the Fee Schedule. With employer support, loans, and scholarships, getting a UW–Madison Evening MBA can be even more affordable. Type of Class: Tuition per credit: On-site (in person) in Oshkosh or Appleton: Please visit the Student Financial Services webpage (scroll to see MBA pricing) Online offered directly by UW Oshkosh: Please visit the Student Financial Services webpage (scroll to see MBA pricing) Online MBA Consortium

Tuition and fee rates are set by the Washington State Legislature and approved by the University of Washington Board of Regents. The nationally ranked Foster Full-time MBA Program gives you the … Employer Support. Cost is a big factor as you consider where you will earn your MBA. *8 credits is part-time enrollment. The Wisconsin MBA consistently ranks high for return on investment among full-time MBA programs in the nation due to low tuition and fees, moderate living expenses, and low salary-to-debt ratio—average salary upon graduation compared with student debt.