Tuition and fees may 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.
Professional MBA Tuition and Fees, Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Rate per Credit
Mandatory Fees per Term
|Computer Network Service Fee||$100|
|Security & Transportation Fee||$90|
|Professional Development Fee||$150|
|Total Mandatory Fees Per Term||$445|
Students registering for 9.0 to 15.0 credits are automatically charged the full-time tuition and fees during the fall and spring term. Students are charged per credit regardless of the number of credits taken during the summer term.
Please contact your advisor for more information.
Loans and Grants
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.