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Tuition, Fees & Expenses

Base tuition rates for the 2015-2016 academic year are as follows:

$32,760 per year for full-time students of our MBA, MPA or Dual Degree program (30 units per year)
$16,380 per year for part-time students of our MBA, MPA or Dual Degree program (15 units per year)

Tuition Rates:

Base Tuition - $1092 per unit. (All programs)

Each course is either 3 to 4 units. Degree students typically take 7 to 16 units per semester.

Alumni Audit Rate - $125 per unit. (1 course maximum per semester)

Auditors will also be responsible for all fees below except HUB.

Alumni for Credit Rate - $250 per unit (Certificate programs ONLY)

Miscellaneous Fees:

HUB Membership - $480 per semester (Degree programs ONLY)

From September through May of each year all students are automatic members of Impact HUB San Francisco, a B Corp Certified co-working space in downtown San Francisco. Read more here.

Administrative Fee - $150 per semester (All programs)

The Administrative Fee covers record-keeping costs and provides student access to copyrighted material used in all academic programs.

Technology Fee - $65 per semester (All programs)

The Technology Fee covers acquisition, upgrading and/or maintenance of technology for academic and student support activities.

Classroom Materials Fee - $85 per semester (All programs)

The Classroom Materials Fee covers all in-class assessments and course readers throughout all academic programs.

Students are also responsible for their own meals, lodging and transportation during the residency weekends, and should prepare to spend an average of $50 to $150 on textbooks for each course.

Tuition rates and fees in published schedules should be considered estimates, and may change from year to year. While PGS makes every effort to keep student costs affordable, PGS reserves the right to adjust any listed fee or tuition rate without notice, even after initial payments are made, until the date when instruction for a particular semester has begun.