Tuition & Aid // MBA with Business Analytics
Tuition & Aid
Tuition and fees vary based on program, residential status, and other factors.
State residency is determined by the University of Pittsburgh from information you provide on your application. Your invoice will indicate your classification. A student classified as out of state will also receive instructions on how to appeal the classification, provided their circumstances fall within the University’s guidelines. For details, please view the University Tuition Eligibility Guidelines.
MBA with Business Analytics
|MBA with Business Analytics||In-State||Out of State|
|Student Development Fee||$1,500||$1,500|
|Computing & Network||$175||$175|
|Security & Transportation||$90||$90|
|Total Per Term||$17,615||$23,915|
Cost of Attendance
An MBA student’s budget, or “cost of attendance,” refers to the total amount of educational costs that he or she can expect to incur in a typical year as a Katz student. Educational costs include:
- Program tuition
- Living expenses
The cost of attendance represents the maximum amount that a student can receive in financial aid, including scholarships, educational loans, or any other grant from a private or government body. Once your student loan amount has reached the amount of your cost of attendance, you are not eligible for additional educational loans. If you need additional funds, you will need to take out a private loan.
Tuition and Aid
(tuition per credit,
fees per term)"
|Accelerated MBA (total program tuition, total program fees)||"Signature MBA †|
(total program tuition, total program fees)
|Dual-Degree MBA/MS; MBA with Business Analytics (total program tuition, total program fees)|
|Residency||PA / Non-PA||PA / Non-PA||PA / Non-PA||PA / Non-PA|
|Tuition||$1,526 / $1,526||$46,920 / $79,500||$46,920 / $79,500||$59,508 / $100,828
|Pitt Student Fees**||$360 / $360||$1,695 / $1,695||$2,055 / $2,055||$2,260 / $2,260
|Katz Student Fee||$205 / $205||$6,300 / $6,300||$7,750 / $7,750||$8,400 / $8,400
* All tuition and fee calculations use the Academic Year 2021-2022 rates are subject to change in 2022-2023.
† Signature MBA tuition is based upon three full-time terms plus 1.5 credits.
** The Pitt Student Fees are applicable to Fall Term 2021 and are subject to change in subsequent terms of Academic Year 2021-2022.
Additional information about tuition and fees for University of Pittsburgh graduate programs, including the joint MBA degree programs with other Pitt graduate schools for the current academic year (Fall 2020/Spring 2021) are available at https://ir.pitt.edu/graduate-tuition/.
Scholarships, Loans, and Grants
Tuition scholarships provide the primary source of financial assistance for incoming full-time Katz students. These merit-based scholarships are awarded in various dollar amounts and are directly applied to tuition charges.
Katz School scholarships are available to full-time U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and international students. You will receive notification of these awards in your official admission decision letter.
Applicants desiring to be considered for scholarship awards must apply no later than February 1 for the Full-time One-Year, Two-Year and Dual-Degree programs.
Educational Loans for Full-Time and Professional MBA Students
Once students have gained admission to their MBA program of choice, they can inquire about educational loans through the MBA Admissions Office or by contacting the University of Pittsburgh’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid. Students will also receive a link to the Katz Admitted Student Intranet, which details the different types of educational loans available for MBA students. Two general types of educational loans exist:
Graduate Stafford Loans
All MBA students who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents may qualify for a maximum of $20,500 per academic year under the federal Stafford Loan Program. A Graduate Plus loan is available to cover additional expenses incurred during graduate school.
Private Educational Loans
Private educational loans are available through various commercial banks and private lending institutions for educational expenses not covered by Graduate Stafford Loans or scholarship funds. All students, domestic and international, are eligible to apply for private educational loans. International students typically need a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident co-sign the loan.
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