2017-2018 MSBA Program Expenses (Estimates)*
Mandatory Student Fees
|California and non-California residents||$55,000|
Other Educational Expenses
|Books and Supplies||$2,400|
|Room and Board||$20,432|
* The amounts shown here represent, for planning purposes, estimates of 2017-18 fees for existing and proposed professional degree programs based on currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final. Accordingly, final figures are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and may differ from the amounts shown.
† Laptop: Every student is required to have a laptop. Standard models are specified by the school. Admitted applicants will be notified of hardware and software requirements, usually by June.
‡ Living Expenses: These estimates are for students living off campus and are the official student budget amounts used to calculate financial aid eligibility for U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents. Additional costs may include support of dependents and personal automobile expenses.
All applicants are automatically considered for merit-based fellowships and are informed of any award upon admission. Criteria for fellowships include academic record (GPA), GMAT/GRE score, and work and leadership experience.
If you are a California resident accepted to the MS in Business Analytics program, you are automatically guaranteed a fellowship. Some financial criteria are applied.
For more information on financial support, contact Alda Ruggiero at The Paul Merage School of Business Financial Aid Office at 949.824.7967 or email@example.com. You can find additional financial aid information by clicking here. Pursuing your MSBA degree is an important investment in your future – that is why the Merage School has dedicated professionals working on your behalf in our Merage School Financial Aid office. When you meet with our staff, they will share information with you regarding loan programs and merit-based fellowships.
State of California Disclosure: Federal student loans are available to most students regardless of income and provide a range of repayment options including income-based repayment plans and loan forgiveness benefits, which other education loans are not required to provide.
US citizens and eligible non-citizens interested in federal financial aid for the first term, summer 2017 must complete the 2016-2017 FAFSA at www.FAFSA.gov no later than June 16, 2017. Financial aid applications received after this date cannot be processed.