Financial Information

TUITION AND OTHER FEES

Tuition

Students are required to pay tuition at registration. Cash, money orders, credit cards, and checks are accepted in the amount due. Fees are subject to annual revision.

Program Course Level

Cost

Accounting Program: Accounting Course

$500 per Course

ESL Course of Study: ESL Course & TOEFL Prep Course

$800 per Course

Graduate Level Courses (500 – 599)

$ 230 per Unit

Prerequisite/Undergraduate Level Courses (100 – 499)

$ 200 per Unit

Entire Educational Program

Estimated Schedule of Total Charges

Total Charges for a Period of Attendance

Accounting Program

$9,500

$1,500

ESL Course of Study: 6 levels

$4,800

$800

TOEFL Prep. Course

$800

$800

MBA Degree (General)

$16,200

$1,840

MBA Degree in Information Technology Management

$16,200

$1,840

Other Fee

Description

Fee

Application Fee for All Students (Non-Refundable)

$70

Registration Fee (Non-Refundable, per Quarter)

$20

Late Registration Fee

$50

Change-of-Course Fee (Add / Drop)

$10

Change-of-Program Fee

$50

Credit by Special Examination Fee

$450

Credit for Prior Experiential Learning Assessment Fee

$100

Graduation Fee

$100

English Placement Test Fee (Per Test)

$40

Official Documents or transcript Fees (per Copy)

$10

Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee (CA Residents):  Effective January 1, 2015, the Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) assessment rate will be zero ($0) per $1,000.

$.0.00 per $1,000

FINANCIAL AID

As an unaccredited institution, students enrolled at MU are not eligible for federal financial aid programs and the institution does not participate in federal and state financial aid programs. MU is responsible for disclosing the above information to all prospective students in accordance with California Education Code (CEC) 94897(p) and 94909(a)(10).

If the student has received federal student financial aid funds, the student is entitled to a refund of moneys not paid from federal student financial aid program funds.

If the student defaults on a federal or state loan, both the following may occur:

  1. The federal or state government or a loan guarantee agency may take action against the student, including applying any income tax refund to which the person is entitled to reduce the balance owed on the loan.
  2. The student may not be eligible for any other federal student financial aid at another institution or other government financial assistance at another institution until the loan is repaid.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Students may apply for the MU Scholarship for the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer Quarters for tuition credit. These scholarships are funded through the University's General Fund. Restrictions: Students may apply for only three scholarships per year.

Eligibility: The student must: a) be currently enrolled; b) have a GPA of 3.0 or higher; c) have completed four or more courses in their programs; d) show no outstanding balances.

Application Procedure: Students must apply during the first week of the quarter of the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer quarters. Applications are available in the Dean's Office. Completed applications should be submitted to the Dean of Academic Affairs. Nominees are presented to the President for final approval. Awards will be made at the end of the quarter with adjustments made to the student’s account. 

Criteria for Scholarship Awards: The Scholarship Committee will consider the student's a) GPA; b) contributions made to the University; and c) contributions made to the community. 

Amounts of Scholarships: The University may award $1,000 to a maximum of $4,000 to graduate students per quarter.