Tuition & Scholarships - School of Business - University of San Diego

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USD is proud to offer moderate tuition costs for our graduate business programs.Please visit your program of choice below for detailed information regarding tuition and program-specific funding options.

Please note that fees may increase for any of the areas below while you are in your program, but increases are usually kept to a minimum.

  • Estimated Cost Breakdown Per Year

    Totals may vary depending on individualized educational plans.Year 1: $48,640 (15 units in Fall, 5 in Intersession, 12 in Spring) Year 2: $36,480 (13 Fall, 11 Spring)

    Estimated Fees

    Student Fees: $268 ($67 per semester)Health Service Fee: $680 ($170 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $2,772Transportation: $2,466

  • Dean's Merit Scholarships: Admitted students automatically considered at time of admission. Based on academic and professional accomplishments.
  • Graduate Assistantships: $1,200 in tuition reduction for 40 hours per semester of work with a faculty member. Applications sent to students each semester. Full Time MBA students can potentially participate in up to 7 GAships during the course of the program for a total of $8,400.
  • Study Abroad Scholarships: Tuition for credits taken abroad offered at discounted rate plus travel scholarship applications available through Ahlers Center for International Business
  • Outside private scholarships: Students are encouraged to apply to additional scholarship opportunities. Our partner Prodigy Finance helps students through affordable loans. They offer both loans and scholarships.
  • Prospanica Scholarship: This award is dedicated to students with Hispanic/Latino heritage or students with a demonstrated commitment to the Hispanic community. Students also need to have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent) from either a bachelor's or master's degree. 
  • Diversity Scholarships: These scholarships aim to enhance the diversity of our cohorts (both professional and personal backgrounds) and are awarded by the Admissions Committee at the time of admission to the program.

Examples include (and are not limited to):

  • Advancing Women in Business
  • Estimated Fees

    Student Fees: $335 ($67 per semester)Health Service Fee: $850 ($170 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $3,465

    Scholarships  

  • Dean's Merit Scholarships:  All admitted students automatically considered at time of admission. Based on academic and professional accomplishments. Maximum scholarship represents 51% of tuition costs.
  • Study Abroad Scholarships: Tuition for credits taken abroad offered at discounted rate plus travel scholarship applications available through Ahlers Center for International Business
  • Diversity Scholarships: These scholarships aim to enhance the diversity of our cohorts (both professional and personal backgrounds) and are awarded by the Admissions Committee at the time of admission to the program.
  • Examples include (and are not limited to):
    • Advancing Women in Business
  • Estimated Fees

    Health Service Fee: $340 ($170 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $3,465Estimated Room & Board: $13,293 (Off-Campus, shared housing, one year)Transportation: $2,466

    Scholarships

  • Graduate Assistantships: $2,000 in tuition reduction for 60 hours per semester of work with a faculty member. To be eligible, the applicant must be enrolled in the MACC or MTAX program. Applications sent to current students the preceding semester (e.g. apply in spring for fall assistantship).
  • MACC/MTAX Scholarships: Applications sent to current students each March. If selected, scholarships awarded in May at the spring awards banquet.
  • Combined Program Tuition Saving: USD undergraduate students in the BACC/MACC or BACC/MTAX combined programs may receive up to 12 units of credit double counted toward both BACC undergraduate and MACC/MTAX graduate degrees. See Academic Director of Graduate Accountancy Programs for more information.  
  • Estimated Fees

    Student Fees: $134 ($67 per semester)Health Service Fee: $340 ($170 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $3,465International Student Orientation Program: $500

    Scholarships

  • MSBA Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded based on the strength of your application. Applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship.
  • Tuition

    $64,620 (36 units based upon the 2019-20 rate of $1,795 per unit), which includes all costs for books, materials, meals during class hours, and lodging for the required study abroad course.Study Abroad Fees:Students are required to cover round-trip transportation costs as well as a program fee of $500-$750 for group excursions and meals while abroad.

    Scholarships

  • MSEL Alumni Endowed Scholarship (for current students only)
  • Non-profit Management Scholarship
  • USD Alumni Scholarship
  • Estimated Fees

    Student Fees: $134 ($67 per semester)Health Service Fee: $340 ($170 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $3,465International Student Orientation Program: $500

    Scholarships

  • MSF Merit Scholarship: All admitted students are automatically considered at time of admission. Based on academic and professional accomplishments.
  • Estimated Fees (full-time pace)

    Student Fees: $134 ($67 per semester)Health Service Fee: $340 ($170 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $3,465International Student Orientation Program: $500

    Student Fees: $268 ($67 per semester)Health Service Fee: $440 ($110 per semester) - not including health insuranceTextbooks and Supplies: $3,465

    Scholarships and funding available

  • Graduate Assistantships: $1200 in tuition reduction for 40 hours per semester of work with a faculty member. Applications sent to students each semester.
  • Dean's Merit Scholarship: Based on academic and professional accomplishments. All admitted students automatically considered at time of admission.
  • Burnham Moores Center for Real Estate Scholarships: $400,000+ available for current real estate students to apply for during the fall and spring semesters. Deadline and applications vary. 
  • Textbooks and Supplies: $2,355

  • Excellence in Supply Chain Scholarship
  • United States Military Achievement Scholarship
  • USD Alumni Scholarship

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