Graduate tuition and fees at Wichita State for Hybrid MBA classes in Academic Year 2020 are $456.94 per credit hour for Regular MBA classes for residents, non-residents, and international students (This does not include books).
For example purposes, here is a breakdown of typical costs for students in the MBA program, including fees (these costs are just shown as an example and may differ for individual students):
Total Program Costs (36 hours program)
Tuition & Fees = $ 16,449.84 / 12 classes (based on no pre-requisites or preparatory courses required)
Books = $ 200.00 per class (approximately) / 12 classes = $ 2,400.00
Total = $ 18,849.84
Total Program Costs (45 or 51 hours program (estimate based on 45 credit hours))
Tuition = $ 20,562.3 / 15 classes (based on the need for all pre-requisites and preparatory courses)
Books = $ 200.00 per class (approximately) / 15 classes = $ 3,000.00
Total = $ 23,562.3
Loss of Subsidized Loan Eligibility for Graduate and Professional Students for enrollment
periods beginning on or after July 1, 2012
Graduate and professional students are no longer eligible to receive Federal Direct Subsidized Loans. The terms and conditions of Direct Subsidized Loans received by any student for loan periods beginning before July 1, 2012, for either graduate or undergraduate study, are not affected by this change.
The annual loan limit for graduate and professional students remains unchanged at $20,500, but this amount will now be limited to Direct Unsubsidized Loans. The aggregate loan limit for graduate and professional students remains unchanged at $138,500 -- not more than $65,500 of which may be in subsidized loans.