Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees for the students entering the Oregon Executive MBA's fall 2022 (class of 2024) cohort have not yet been set. To get a sense of the approximate cost of next year's program, the program's estimated total tuition for students entering this year (fall 2021) was $81,000. We do not anticipate a significant tuition increase.
The University of Oregon's estimated total fees for students entering the fall 2021 cohort was $3,000.*
*UO Fees, subject to final fee determination
Oregon Executive MBA students will receive textbook ISBNs for their courses, prior to the start of each term. Using the ISBNs, students are welcome to order textbooks in the formats that best suit their learning styles, with the freedom to procure them from a variety of sites and locations.
NOTE: Students who do not wish to purchase textbooks themselves may opt into a book ordering service provided by the Oregon Executive MBA. The service costs $2,000 over the 20-month program.
How to Pay
Tuition and fees are charged on a per-term basis.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Fellowship
The Oregon Executive MBA is committed to growing a community of students and alumni who actively engage in promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion. The program is also dedicated to supporting students who have experienced discrimination, inequality, and exclusion in their professional or personal lives. To demonstrate that commitment, the program has set aside funds sufficient to sponsor up to five students per cohort to participate in the newly formed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Fellowship initiative.
If selected for the fellowship, students will receive a $10,000 scholarship during the 20-month program and actively participate as a member of the Oregon Executive MBA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. As members of the committee, DEI Fellows will collaborate with staff and faculty to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion across the program: from recruitment to classroom-related activities.
All Oregon Executive MBA applicants will be considered for the DEI Fellowship at the time of admission, based on their application and interview for admission.
All Oregon Executive MBA scholarships are equally divided and disbursed to the individual's student account among the six academic terms of the program.
- The Oregon Executive MBA Admissions Committee awards scholarships (based on availability) at the time of admission. The Committee prioritizes program scholarship dollars to individuals who receive little to no funding from their employer or through a military veteran or active duty benefit.
- Travel scholarships are available at the time of admission to individuals who travel more than 50 miles to our 109 NW Naito Parkway classroom. NOTE: The travel scholarship and DEI Fellowship award can be combined.
- The University of Oregon provides two major scholarship opportunities to graduate students with deadlines approaching quickly; General Scholarship (February 1st) and Diversity Excellence (January 15th). Visit the UO's financial aid and scholarships page for details and information on other scholarship resources.
In order to receive a scholarship, you must pay the program deposit. Awards are typically disbursed evenly across two academic years.
PLEASE NOTE: All scholarships are subject to budget availability.
For more information and details about scholarships, sign up for an information session or call us at 503-412-3777 or toll free 866-996-3622.
Federal, unsubsidized student loans are available regardless of your income and can provide up to 100 percent of the costs of the program. Oregon Executive MBA's federal school code for financial aid is: 003223.
You may apply for a loan once you are fully admitted. The first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Oregon Executive MBA staff can assist you with this process, and the FAFSA website, specializing in government student aid resources, takes you through a simplified process of filling out the FAFSA. For more information on funding, visit the University of Oregon's Graduate School website.