Tuition & Financial Aid

 

Resident Status 2014-15 Quarterly Tuition
(flat rate for 7 to 18 credits)
2014-15 Academic Year
(3 quarters: Autumn, Winter, Fall*)

Resident

Non-Resident

$7,734

$9,646

$23,202

$28,938

*Summer quarter tuition (elective courses) is set independently but will be approximately the same as academic quarter tuition.

In addition to tuition listed above, students enrolled in a UWB MBA program are required to pay an annual program fee. For 2014-15, the program fee is $675 and is payable with tuition for Autumn Quarter 2014. MBA students' tuition will stay the same during their two academic years.

To qualify as a legal Washington state resident you must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, immigrant or refugee and have physically resided in the state of Washington for purposes other than educational for the last 12 consecutive months. Holders of any other types of visas will not qualify. For further information, please see the UW Student Guide on Understanding Washington State Residency.
 

Tuition Exemption for Washington State Employees

The Business School at the University of Washington Bothell (UWB) allows limited enrollment for Washtington State employees using tuition exemption. Students in the MBA Program may use tuition exemption to enroll in any but the following MBA courses:

B BUS 501: Leadership, Team Process & Decision Making
B BUS 502: Quantitative Methods and Business Statistics
B BUS 503: Financial & Managerial Accounting
B BUS 504: Economics for Business Leaders
B BUS 505: Financial Management
B BUS 506: Marketing Management
B BUS 512: Strategy

Students will be allowed to use their tuition exemption to enroll in MBA courses other than those listed above, on a spaceā€available basis.

Registration Procedures

In order to register using tuition exemption, students should carefully follow the steps identified in UW Bothell registration guidelines. Questions regarding the procedure are to be directed to the UW Bothell Registrar.

The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Washington Bothell is responsible for the content of this policy. Changes to this policy have to be approved by the Chancellor of the University of Washington Bothell.

Financial Aid

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