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Tuition and Expenses | Executive MBA in Health Administration

For the class entering July 2018 the cost of the entire two-year program is $56,000. Tuition is guaranteed for the two-year period.

The cost of the program covers:

  • Tuition for all courses
  • Textbooks, course-related software, and instructional materials
  • Most lunches during on-campus sessions; continental breakfasts and afternoon breaks

A $1,000 nonrefundable deposit is due upon acceptance to the program. It is applied to the first term's tuition. The remaining tuition is billed in four installments due at the beginning of each semester.

As an off-campus University of Colorado Denver degree program, the Executive MBA in Health Administration Program is also exempt from campus-based student fees. As a result, Executive MBA participants do not pay additional fees and do not receive student ID cards or use campus facilities beyond the CU Executive Education Center.


While on campus, you may stay at nearby hotels within walking distance of the Executive Education Center. The University has negotiated significant discounts for executive program participants. The estimated cost for lodging is $130-$170 per night. Lodging costs while on campus are not covered by tuition.

Other expenses

You will need access to a personal computer at your home or office. Other incidental costs, such as travel and miscellaneous personal expenses, should also be expected.​​​​​​​


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