Program tuition and fees for the Class of 2026 (entering August 2024) will be $82,000. You will be charged four equal tuition payments of $20,500 each semester. Tuition is subject to change prior to the start of the program.
Included in the program tuition are all course resources (ebooks and cases), a campus computing fee, lodging, and most meals during orientation and all residencies, including international. Monthly payment plans are available. Expenses not included in tuition:
A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required upon admission and will be applied to your first-semester tuition.
If you are interested in receiving financial assistance through federal loan programs, you should complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The FAFSA is completed online by going to www.studentaid.gov/. Follow the instructions provided to secure a “PIN” number and save the number for further use. The University of Colorado Boulder treats the summer term as the final semester of the academic year. If you desire FAFSA assistance for the duration of the Executive MBA program, you will need to complete three total forms:
Quick Steps to Financial Aid
- Complete the appropriate FAFSA using your Federal PIN to sign the form online.
- Once completed online the FAFSA processors will send to CU-Boulder electronically. The CU/Boulder school code is 001370.
- Accept the loan amounts you wish to receive for each semester. Complete the master promissory note by going to www.studentloans.gov using your FAFSA PIN number.
- Financial aid for the Executive MBA program is managed by the Division of Continuing Education.
For more information, please contact a Financial Aid Advisor at 303.492.5091, or at email@example.com.
Many of our Executive MBA students receive some educational reimbursement support from their employers. Be sure to investigate these opportunities through your company's human resources department.
Executive MBA Scholarships
The Leeds School of Business offers competitive merit scholarship awards to select candidates admitted to the Executive MBA program. Scholarship funding is limited.