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Cost of Attendance

We understand that pursuing a professional degree requires a significant financial investment. We are dedicated to helping you find the resources you need. We will connect you with campus financial aid counselors as well as provide a plan that fits your unique situation and qualifications. Below, please find cost estimates for Academic Year 2016-2017.

California Resident

Professional Degree Fee, University Tuition/Fees, and Health Insurance

$ 48,930*

Non-Resident

Professional Degree Fee, University Tuition/Fees, and Health Insurance

$ 59,590*

Graduate students who are interested in residing in the San Clemente Housing, add $9,837. New Housing Contract information can be found here.

*Fees subject to change

**Additional fees and cost of attendance can be estimated using the "Cost of Attendance Calculator" for budgeting purposes, however, it does not include the MTM Professional Fee or the Nonresident Supplemental Tuition for a Graduate Degree.

Make Your Move Now!

Whether you are looking to make a move, start your own company, or stay with your current organization, the MTM experience is the right choice.

MTM Versus Other Programs

A number of options exist for formal training and education to accelerate your career trajectory in engineering leadership and management. They include the MBA and also the “Engineer MBA” options: the MEM (Master of Engineering Management) or MTM (Master of Technology Management). Of these, only the MTM focuses specifically on technology management.

 MBAMTMMEM
Cost$80,000 - $100,000$50,000$50,000

% Students with Undergrad Technical Degree

15%90%90%
Median Mid-Career Salary$95K$125K$117K

Goals

 

 

Finance, Accounting, Sales, Marketing, Consumer Business Administration

Product Development, Product Manager, Program Manager, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, R&D, Intrapreneurship

Engineering, Engineering Management, Government

Time to Degree24-36 months9 months9-36 months

MBA: MTM: MEM: Master of Business Administration Master of Technology Management Master of Engineering Management * 2015-16 Payscale College Salary Report: Highest Paying Master’s Degree Majors by Salary Potential

Sources: Payscale, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Architectural and Engineering Managers, on the Internet at http:// www.bls.gov/ooh/management/architectural-and-engineering-managers.htm