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MBA and MAcc Cost & Financial Aid

The annual expenses for a student in a graduate program at University of the Pacific will depend on a variety of factors. The 2017-18 tuition and fees structure for the full-time MBA and Master of Accounting programs can be found on the student accounts Tuition and Fees (Stockton) page. You may also utilize the Graduate Tuition Calculator for a quick estimate of costs per semester. Typically, most full-time student will complete 16-18 units per semester and pay the full-time flat rate tuition.

Full-time students should note all applicants will be considered for merit-based financial assistance upon acceptance into the Eberhardt full-time programs. This includes a number of Pacific and external sources including WRGP for Healthcare Managemnt MBA applicants coming from participating Western states through a reciprocity agreement with WICHE.

In addition, applicants for all programs should review the Office of Financial Aid pages to learn more about federal financial assistance options and application procedures. Also, the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) offers some very helpful advice on financing your graduate business degree on their student GMAT website.


The Early Advantage MBA Program consists of 51 semester units. Estimated total tuition and fees expense is approximately $75,000.
The 9-month MAcc Program is a total of 30 units. Estimated total tuition and fees expense for the MAcc is approximately $50,000.


$6,559** | On-campus double-occupancy residence hall expense per semester
$2,000** | Books and personal expenses per semester
$1,600** | Health Insurance fee per semester (waived if you possess your own health insurance)
$3,500** | International travel expenses for full-time MBA Global Business Competition course

**Amounts for expenses are estimates only. All cost figures and estimates are in U.S. dollars. The University of the Pacific reserves the right to modify its charges as necessary without prior notice.