|ESTIMATED PAYMENT DEADLINE||SEMESTER||PMBA MODULES||COURSEWORK||TUITION PAYMENT (Georgia Residents)||TUITION PAYMENT (Non-Georgia Residents)|
|9/2021||Fall 2021||Module 1||
|1/2022||Spring 2022||Module 2, Module 3||
|6/2022||Summer 2022||Module 4||
|9/2022||Fall 2022||Module 5||
|1/2023||Spring 2023||Module 6, Module 7||
|6/2023||Summer 2023||Module 8||
Tuition rates subject to Board of Regents approval.
A non-refundable $1,000 commitment deposit is required to reserve a slot in the class and enroll in the program. This amount is applied to your first tuition payment. Payment due dates are determined by your date of registration. Students are responsible for any late payment fees/fines assessed by the University of Georgia.
Students will be notified prior to each module about the course materials they will need for each class, as well as how to obtain specific materials (i.e. cases, simulation access, etc.). Students are responsible for purchasing materials and can expect to spend between $2,000-$2,500 over the duration of the program.
The Professional MBA offers optional residencies, international and/or domestic, as electives during the second year of the program. While the program tuition excludes the costs associated with the trips, students can request additional student loan funding to cover the cost of the trips entirely. We recommend that students budget $1,500 -$2,500 for the domestic residency, or $3,500–$5,000 for an international residency.
Most Professional MBA students take advantage of federal and/or private student loan programs. Learn more about your options and how to apply from our Office of Student Financial Aid.
The Professional MBA Program offers a very limited number of scholarships. All candidates who submit an application are considered for scholarship opportunities – no additional paperwork is required. The number of awards, available scholarship funds, and selection criteria vary from year to year. Awards for candidates are based on merit (academic achievements including undergraduate GPA and/or test scores) or for non-profit or government sector employment.
If admitted to the Georgia Professional MBA program, you will be classified as either a Georgia resident or a non-Georgia resident. If you are classified as a non-Georgia resident, you will be charged the out-of-state tuition rate. You may be eligible to be classified as in-state for tuition purposes if you meet one of the following criteria:
Petition for Classification as an In-State Student
Economic Advantage Waiver
Submit the completed form and required documentation to the University of Georgia Office of the Registrar by August 1 to be reviewed for fall semester.