Executive MBA Cost

The Executive MBA at WSU offers a value that can't be beat. Even Fortune Magazine says that, yes, EMBA programs under $50,000 do exist. It exists right here at Wichita State University.

The all-inclusive fee is $38,000 and includes:

  • Tuition
  • Textbooks and course materials
  • University fees
  • An international trip (except incidentals)
  • Meals on class days (breakfast, lunch and snacks)
  • Class social / graduation events

Payments are made in five installments throughout the program. Click to download a schedule of tuition payments (PDF).

Tuition Schedule

  TOTAL $38,000
Payments Due Date Amount
Deposit Two weeks after acceptance $500
First Payment August 16, 2019 $7,100
Second Payment December 19, 2019 $7,600
Third Payment May 16, 2020 $7,600
Fourth Payment September 19, 2020 $7,600
Final Payment January 21, 2021 $7,600

Send checks to:
Graduate Studies in Business (EMBA)
201 Clinton Hall
Wichita State University
1845 Fairmount St.
Wichita, Kansas 67260-0048

If cancellation is necessary, the application can be applied to the next scheduled cohort only. All cancellations must be received in writing.


Tuition Comparisons

Where WSU graduate tuition ranks in comparison to other EMBA programs in the region and nation:

Wichita State University $38,000
National Average $73,400
UMKC Bloch School $61,500
Washington University (KC Satellite) $112,500

Financial Aid

Student Loans
Executive MBA students may qualify for financial aid through Federal Stafford or Private Loans.

The annual loan limit for graduate students is $20,500. Effective, July 1, 2012, this amount is limited to Direct Unsubsidized Loans only. The aggregate loan amount for graduate students remains unchanged at $138,500.

» Learn more about financial aid at Wichita State

Potential Tax Savings
With full corporate reimbursement declining and student loan options shrinking, exploring possible tax deductions for your Executive MBA tuition can make a significant difference.

Tax savings are dependent on your personal situation. Most importantly, students who are paying for all or part of the Executive MBA education should check with their accountant to determine whether their tuition payments qualify as a tax deduction. Your accountant can also help determine whether tuition reimbursement is considered a taxable fringe benefit.

Wall Street Journal Article: Good news for M.B.A. students: tuition is now more deductible
http://on.wsj.com/2bsT1PB