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The estimated total for tuition and fees for students starting in the fall of 2021 is $74,800 for the entire program, with each credit estimated to cost $1,700. Segregated fees are estimated to cost $130 per credit.

Upon acceptance into the program, a $1,500 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a place in the class. The enrollment deposit is credited toward the first semester’s tuition.

All completed applications are considered for Merit Scholarship upon review. Recipients will learn of the decision for merit when the admissions decision is published.

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Employer Support

More than 330 employers have supported students in the Wisconsin MBA programs. These employers know that individuals who earn a Wisconsin MBA are equipped to help lead their organizations in the future. Employers also benefit from the expanded professional networks that Wisconsin MBAs bring to their roles.

The relevance of the curriculum ensures that employers will benefit immediately from their investment in talent development. Students gain business concepts and best practices that can be applied to business problems on day one.

Employer support may be in the form of financial sponsorship, limited work travel, and/or time off.

Companies Represented

Alliant Energy

American Family Insurance

BMO Harris Bank N.A.

Briggs & Stratton

Colony Brands

Covance Laboratories

CUNA Mutual Group

Epic Systems Corporation

Exact Sciences



GE Healthcare

Harley-Davidson Motor Company

John Deere

Johnson Controls


Kraft Foods/Oscar Mayer

Rockwell Automation

Spectrum Brands

Springs Window Fashions

SSM Health

TDS Telecommunications Corp.

Trek Bicycle Corporation

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