San Diego State University (SDSU) - Fowler College of Business

AACSB
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA CA 92182-8230

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Full-Time

12 months English AACSB 4,437
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: California residents: Part-Time:$2,931. Full-Time: $4,437. Non-residents and international students: $2,931 plus $396 per unit. $4,437 plus $396 per unit.
12 months English AACSB 4,437
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: California residents: Part-Time:$2,931. Full-Time: $4,437. Non-residents and international students: $2,931 plus $396 per unit. $4,437 plus $396 per unit.
12 months English AACSB 30,760
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $30,760 for California residents.
12 months English AACSB 30,760
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $30,760 for California residents.
Masters of Science in Business Administration - Financial & Tax Planning
9 months English AACSB 30,760
Features:
  • Program is no longer offered.
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