Santa Clara University - Leavey School of Business

AACSB
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA CA 95053

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Full-Time

16 months English AACSB GMAT Required 59,052
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 16 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $59,052.
  • Cost per credit hour: $1,406.
  • Total credit hours: 42.
9 months English AACSB 50,616
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 9 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $50,616.
  • Cost per credit hour: $1,406.
  • Total credit hours: 36.
18 months English AACSB 61,296
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 18 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $61,296.
  • Cost per credit hour: $1,277.
  • Total credit hours: 48.
MS Supply Chain Management
15 months English AACSB
Features:
  • Program is no longer offered.

Online

12 months English AACSB 48,888
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $48,888.
  • Cost per credit hour: $1,358.
  • Total credit hours: 36.
12 months English AACSB GMAT Required 57,036
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $57,036.
  • Cost per credit hour: $1,358.
  • Total credit hours: 42.
12 months English AACSB GMAT Required 41,256
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $41,256.
  • Cost per credit hour: $1,146.
  • Total credit hours: 36.
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