University Fee Information
University fee information can be found at: http://sfs.fullerton.edu/FeeInformation
|State University Fee||Fees||Fees|
|Professional Program Fee||$254 per unit||$254 per unit|
|Non-Resident Fees||$372 per unit||$372 per unit|
The Professional Program Fee was put into place by the California State University Board of Trustees for MBA & Masterís programs (with the exception of the CSUF Masterís in Economics and Masterís of Information Technology programs.) Approved for all AACSB accredited Business schools in the California State University system, this fee is in addition to the State University fee and any campus based fees. The revenue generated by this fee will be used for need based financial aid for graduate students and improvements in graduate programs and faculty. At least 25% of the total revenue generated will be disbursed to incoming Mihaylo graduate students in the form of need-based financial aid. To be considered for this type of aid, students must complete the FAFSA. The remainder of the revenue will be used for program improvement and instruction by investing in programs, services, and instruction that impact students, helping to maintain the quality standards set by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
|Master of Science in Taxation||
|Books & supplies||$ 900||Books & supplies||$ 900|
Program costs for programs located at the Irvine Campus are not funded by state tax revenue and therefore reflect an unsubsidized rate. Although program matriculation in the off-campus programs and the on-campus programs are distinct from one another, the Mihaylo College of Business & Economics awards the same accredited degree for both programs. The following University fees and tuition and are subject to change without notice or obligation, however every effort will be made to keep information updated.
Michael A. Reagan Scholarship
The Reagan Scholarship is
available to newly enrolled graduate students at Mihaylo
College. This is a merit based scholarship designated for
students with a superior academic record. This is a one-time
award of $8,000 is disbursed in two installments over
consecutive semesters. Students entering in both the fall and
spring semesters may qualify for this scholarship. There is no
application for this scholarship. Priority is given to those
with completed applications for the present application term.
Deadlines: Fall: April 1 | Spring: October 15
Other Scholarships and Financial Aid
College and the University also have a wide range of
scholarships and financial aid available to graduate students.
We strongly encourage all students to complete the FAFSA several
months prior to enrollment. For the most recent information,
Please note: Fees are subject to change.