MBA SEM program is 55-56 credits. Students take 15 MBA credits, 35 sport-specific credits, and five to six credits of electives. Students take 33 credits the first year and 22 credits the second year. The approximate total tuition is $48,270 over two years for those accepted to the Academic Year (AY) 2023-24 cohort.
For a full list of tuition, cost per credit, and fees, please check out Graduate Tuition, Fees and Charges
We are excited to announce that Albers School of Business and Economics will offer four half-tuition scholarships for students enrolled full-time in the MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management program. These scholarships are aimed at improving the diversity of our program by assisting those who demonstrate significant financial need. Elements of diversity include, but are not limited to, those who are first in their family to attend college; those who have overcome substantial educational or economic obstacles; or those who have experienced living or working in diverse environments.
To apply for this scholarship, you need to have already submitted a completed application to the MBA SEM Program. Once that is complete, please submit an essay addressed to the MBA SEM Scholarship Committee at email@example.com that addresses the following three questions:
Your essay should be 1200-1600 words and submitted as either a PDF or Word document. Please include your name and email in the body of the essay. Deadline to apply is April 10. Decisions made on or before May 1.
Once awards have been determined, the Office of the Dean will have the responsibility of notifying the Office of Financial Services of the awards and the Dean will send a letter of notification to the students.
MBA SEM offers one-year scholarships based on financial need, current and/or prospective academic achievement. All scholarships are financial resources and must be coordinated with other types of financial aid. You must notify the Financial Aid office of any scholarships you receive which do not appear on your original award letter and report whether the scholarships are renewable, so the office can automatically include it with your subsequent awards. Scholarships are awarded at the time of admission, and credited each quarter of your first academic year directly to your student account.
To be considered for a scholarship, you must be fully admitted (without restrictions) to the MBA SEM degree program and maintain a minimum of six (6) credits of coursework each quarter during the academic year.
Should your enrollment drop below these requirements, the scholarship will be reduced by a percent equal to the reduction in credits, charged against your student account, and any balance owed to the university will be your responsibility. In every instance, it is your responsibility to pay tuition no later than the published quarterly tuition due dates established by Seattle University.
You must maintain a 3.0 grade-point average in your graduate coursework to receive and/or retain a scholarship.
For applications based on financial or merit need, file the online version of the FAFSA (for U.S. citizens) or the Affidavit of Financial Support (for foreign residents).
Albers offers various scholarships to current graduate students. Scholarships are based on financial need and academic achievement. Students need to complete and submit only one application form to be eligible.
The Albers Graduate Scholarships page offers details on eligibility and application process.
Other scholarship opportunities are posted on the Financing Your Education
The NCAA awards $10,000 to 13 ethnic minorities and 13 female college graduates who will be entering their initial year of graduate studies. The applicant must be seeking admission or have been accepted into a sports administration or program that will help the applicant obtain a career in intercollegiate athletics, such as athletics administrator, coach, athletic trainer, or a career that provides a direct service to intercollegiate athletics.
Visit the NCAA Ethnic Minority and Women’s Enhancement Graduate Scholarship webpage for details, eligibility, application, and deadlines Contact: Lori Thomas | (317) 917-6683 | firstname.lastname@example.org