Tuition and Fees

The total tuition for the 12-month MS in Entrepreneurship program is $24,900 for residents and $38,900 for non-residents. Tuition payments are paid quarterly and due by the Tuition/Fee Assessment Deadline. Admitted students are required to pay a $1,500 non-refundable and non-transferable tuition deposit. This deposit is applied to your summer quarter tuition balance. Details of how to pay tuition are available on the Tuition Payment website.

Quarterly Tuition Quarterly University Fees1 Number of Enrolled Quarters Total Program Cost
Resident: $6,225 $353 4 $26,312
Non-Resident: $9,725 $353 4 $40,312

1Fee amount shown is based on the 2015-16 year and are subject to change. (Office of Planning and Budgeting)

The Office of the University Registrar provides information about residency requirements. For a complete summary of tuition charges and associated fees, visit the University’s Tuition Overview.

The MS in Entrepreneurship is a fee-based program. Students enrolled in this program are not eligible for the tuition exemption program, institutional tuition waivers or the Undergraduate/Graduate University Grant programs, including the Husky Promise program. For additional information, see fee based programs and financial aid and fee based program FAQ. Currently, no scholarships are available for the MS in Entrepreneurship program.

Financing Your Degree

MS in Entrepreneurship students can finance their education through personal funds, federal and private loans, employer assistance, part-time work, and private outside scholarships. We encourage students to research available options by visiting the UW Student Financial Aid web site and also contacting them for direct help. Below is some helpful information and resources. It is never too early to start looking for funding–even if you are not yet enrolled in a graduate program.
Please note that when you are researching financial aid options, the MS in Entrepreneurship is a fee-based program.

Federal Loans
Private Loans
International Student Loans
Third-Party Scholarships
Part-Time Work & Assistantships
Military and VA Funding
Education Tax Credit