Ranked
  • # 48

Full-Time

10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 48,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-Texas residents. Texas residents pay $43,000
10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 48,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-Texas residents. Texas residents pay $43,000
  • Program length is flexible
  • Other MPA options available for current UT students
10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 48,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-Texas residents. Texas residents pay $43,000
  • Program is STEM-certified
10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 48,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-Texas residents. Texas residents pay $38,000
10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 48,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-Texas residents. Texas residents pay $43,000
  • Program is STEM-certified
10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 48,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-Texas residents. Texas residents pay $43,000
  • Program is STEM-certified

Part-Time

10 months English AACSB GMAT Required 54,000
Features:
  • Program is offered both in-class and online
Ranked
  • # 48
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