The total cost of the 2019-2021 Executive MBA Program is $52,896*.
The program total cost covers tuition, required course materials, parking, refreshments on class days in the Fall and Spring semesters and shared accommodations at Residence Weekend.
|Fall 2019||12||$13,224.00||August 2019|
|Spring 2020||9||$9,918.00||January 2020|
|Summer 2020||6||$6,612.00||May 2020|
|Fall 2020||9||$9,918.00||August 2020|
|Spring 2021||12||$13,224.00||January 2021|
NOTE: If you drop from the program after attending Residence Weekend, you will be charged $850.
*All tuition is mandatory and subject to change with prior notice given. Tuition is the same for in State and out of State students. We do not accept awards that reduce the amount of tuition to the program such as Employee, Spouse/Domestic Partner Tuition Waiver, Graduate Assistant Tuition Exemption and Kua'ana Tuition Waiver. We do accept funding and the scholarship awards such as company sponsorship, VA benefits and military benefits, that pays in partial or in full the total cost of tuition to the program. Examples are not inclusive and therefore we encourage you to contact the Executive Education Office to review your source of funding and awards to confirm its eligibility: 808-956-5104 or 808-956-8586.
Asian Field Study
The costs for the Asian Field Study are in addition to the program tuition and can be expected to range from $5,500 to $6,000. The costs are per person, double-occupancy and cover round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, airport transfers, ground transportation to companies and study materials for the 15–20 day trip. Other expenses such as pleasure tours, most meals and personal expenses are the responsibility of the participant. The cost of the Asia field study is subject to change, dependent upon prevailing airfares, hotel rates and transportation rates at the time of the tour.
Payments will be due in mid to late April 2020. For more information, please contact the Executive Education Center at (808)956-8135 or please visit the Asian Field Study website.
In lieu of the Asia Field Study, Executive MBA students may take two courses at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.