The cost of the Executive MBA program for the class which begins in August 2017 is $65,000 for Texas residents and $79,500 for non-residents.
Upon acceptance into the EMBA program, a deposit is due within 10 days of the offer of admission. Students can opt between a $2,000, $5,000 or $10,000 deposit depending on their payment preference.
The deposit is subtracted from the program cost and the remaining balance is payable in five equal payments due at the beginning of each semester. If the student chooses not to enroll in the first semester of the program, the deposit is non-refundable.
EMBA students fund the program through a combination of personal funds, corporate reimbursements and financial aid.
At the graduate level, EMBA students are eligible to apply for a Federal Direct Stafford Loan. With a Federal Direct Stafford Loan, students may borrow a maximum of $20,500 per academic year, for a total of $41,000.
To make up the difference between the cost of the EMBA program and the Federal Direct Stafford Loan maximum, EMBA students can apply for an additional loan, called a Graduate PLUS Loan, which is credit-based. For more information about student loans please refer to UTSA’s financial aid website.
For information concerning the Hazelwood Exemption for ex-service Texas residents, please contact the Financial Aid Office at UTSA. Phone: 210-458-8000, website: UTSA Financial Aid
Post 9/11 GI Bill
The EMBA program is eligible for reimbursement under the new Post 9/11 GI Bill that became effective on August 1, 2009. For additional information, please contact the Veteran’s Certification Office at www.utsa.edu/va.