The MBA-h program has a variety of financing options.
Your Program Investment
The 24-month program investment of $51,000 includes:
- Tuition and fees
- All course materials, including books
- Some residency meals*
*Cost of attendance for the residencies (including travel and lodging) are not included
The program investment is divided into six payments to coincide with the six terms across the 24 months of the program. Each term is about $8,500 due prior to the start of the term.
NAU also offers a payment plan that divides the full term payment into monthly payments.
Financial Assistance Options
We offer generous fellowships awarded based on merit and experience, regardless of financial need or income/current earnings. Application for fellowships occurs after admission into the program.
Native American Hospitality Leadership Program
We offer a financial assistance program to those individuals who serve Native American communities, focusing within the hospitality industry. The Native American Hospitality Leadership Program requires a separate application and students accepted receive a $25,000 scholarship, applied on a term basis and dependent on maintaining scholarship requirements. Anyone with an interest in serving Native American communities may apply for funding through this program, regardless of their race, or ethnicity. The program is NOT limited to enrolled members of Native American Communities. For more information, please contact Kelli Westerdahl at 928-523-7302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Military Leadership Program
We offer a financial assistance program to those on active duty and veterans as a thank you for having given so much to our country. The Military Leadership Program requires a separate application process and the amount awarded varies based on each student's situation. For more information, please contact Kelli Westerdahl at 928-523-7302 or email@example.com.
Corporate Partnership Programs
We offer financing options to hospitality industry leaders and their executives.
Options include an equal investment partnership among the organization, the employee, and the FCB and a self-investment initiative should multiple executives from one organization wish to pursue their MBA degrees. For more information, please contact Kelli Westerdahl at 928-523-7302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There are loan opportunities available for graduate study. Loans funding is either private (from a bank) or public (from the government). For information about additional sources of financial aid, please visit the Office of Financial Aid.