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Financial aid assistance and graduate work study positions are available to a limited number of qualified graduate students. Some programs have tuition reduction policies or graduate scholarships. Check with the MBA Director for details.

Tuition for 2013-2014 (Effective as of Summer 2013)

Admissions Application fee (one time fee)
$25
Tuition per credit hour
$785
Total 3-credit hour course cost
$2,355
MBA-690: Leadership Through People Skills (LTPS) - 5-day class
Tuition + $450 Materials Fee
MBA-720/MOL-557: Building & Strengthening Teams - 5-day class Tuition + $100 Materials Fee

Drop Fees

Drop fee for an 8 week class (8-14 days before a course begins) $20
Drop fee for an 8 week class (0-7 days prior to the 80 percent refund date) $50
LTPS 5 day class (within 14 days before class start date) $50
LTPS 5 day class (No-show on first day of class) $100

Refund Policy

According to the Federal guidelines, the MBA refund schedule is based on the percentage of time that has passed between the beginning and ending dates of the course and the drop date.

100% Refund - 12.50% of class completed: Approximately 6 days after start date for an 8-week class
80% Refund - 25% of class completed
70% Refund - 31.25% of class completed
60% Refund - 43.75% of class completed
50% Refund - 56.25% of class completed
40% Refund - 62.50% of class completed
0% Refund - 62.60% of class completed

Due to inflationary pressures, there may be increases in tuition costs. These will be published in advance when possible. Other listed costs are also subject to change on the same basis.


It is the policy of St. Ambrose University that all tuition and fees are due and paid by the first night of class each semester. Failure to pay, or make arrangements to pay, tuition by the first class may result in inability to officially register or in being dropped from classes.

Students may attend classes without such prior payment if:

  • An installment/deferment plan is submitted by a student who is qualified for reimbursement from his/her employer, the Veterans Administration, etc.
  • An installment/deferment plan is submitted by a student, which provides for installment payments by the student or which delays payment pending receipt of a student loan.

For additional information about Student Account services, please contact 563/333-6322.