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Full-Time

9 months English AACSB GMAT Required 59,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to rate for international students. Utah residents pay $30,600
9 months English AACSB 52,600
Features:
  • Tuition information refers to cost for non-Utah residents. Utah residents pay $28,300
24 months English AACSB GMAT Required 51,300
Features:
  • Students can combine the MHA with an MBA
12 months English AACSB GMAT Required 68,700
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-resident students. Utah residents pay $41,200
12 months English AACSB GMAT Required 51,200
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for non-residents. Utah residents pay $32,200

Part-Time

15 months English AACSB GMAT Required 33,000
Features:
  • Program length is flexible
  • Tuition rate refers to cost for Utah residents
15 months English AACSB 31,400
Features:
  • Tuition information refers to cost for Utah residents. Non-residents pay $54,100
  • Program length is flexible
24 months English AACSB GMAT Required 47,000
Features:
  • Program can be competed in between two and three years
  • Some program components delivered online
24 months English AACSB GMAT Required 47,000
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for Utah residents
  • Program length is flexible
15 months English AACSB GMAT Required 34,800
Features:
  • Tuition refers to cost for Utah residents. Non-residents pay $60,800
  • Program length is flexible
Ranked
  • # 53
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