Tuition & Tuition Support Fees
The Executive MBA Program at The University of Memphis Fogelman College of Business
and Economics is an all inclusive package. Cost for the 17-month program for executive students that entered August 2014 totals
$56,579. Meals; textbooks; tutoring assistance; special events and receptions; printed
materials and simulations; library and database access; software; premium parking
permit; and, lodging and most meals for all three residential experiences are included.
Additionally, airfare for the international residency is included in this package.
Upon receiving an offer of admission into the Executive MBA Program, students are
asked to submit a $1,500 non-refundable deposit to secure a place in the class. Tuition
is payable in four installments of $14,144.75 (if tuition and tuition fees remain the same) and the first invoice will be issued in September 2015. The deposit will be applied
to the first tuition installment. Payments received by University of Memphis after
the specified due date are subject to a late-payment fee.
*The fees for the December Class of 2016 will be determined in June by Tennessee Board
of Regents (TBR) for FY 2015-2016.
**Border County Tuition Waiver Plan
The fee for non-residents who do not qualify for the Border County Tuition waiver
is approximately $6,000 more each semester. To qualify as a Border County student,
you must have proof of residence in one of the following counties: Crittenden County,
AR; DeSoto County, MS; Marshall County, MS; Tunica County, MS; and Tate County, MS.
For more information on the Border County Tuition Waiver Plan, visit http://admissions.memphis.edu/msa-border.shtml.
***A tentative proposal to offer in-state tuition for individuals in the Executive MBA Program within
250 miles of the university has been approved by the university and has been submitted
to TBR for a final vote in June. Per approval, students living within 250 miles of
the university will receive in-state tuition for the 17-month program. For additional
information, please contact the Executive MBA Program.
Some Executive MBA students receive full or partial financial support from their organizations,
but many do not and student loans may be available for those who do not receive full
financial support. Financial aid comes from a variety of sources, including the federal
government, and both public and private sources. These resources may be available
to students regardless of income. Your need for financial aid has no bearing on an
Sponsoring companies find that students participating in the Executive MBA Program
quickly become more effective, motivated and confident contributors within their organization,
and soon realize that the return on investment in the program is immediate. Company
financial sponsorship is not required for program admission; however, many applicants
find that it is highly beneficial to discuss company sponsorship options early in
the application process.
Financial aid is available to Executive MBA students. The University of Memphis Financial
Aid Office offers several funding options for Graduate Students. If you are interested
in learning more about the steps to apply for financial aid as an Executive MBA student,
contact Mary Ann Dawson at 901.678.4866 or email@example.com