Sacramento Part-time Program Costs & Student Fee Payment Options
Estimated fees for the Part-time MBA Program in Sacramento:
Fees Per Unit* $1,080
TOTAL FEES FOR DEGREE $77,760
* Includes course fees, textpaks, and access to all UC libraries.
Student Fee Payment Options
Because the Part-time MBA program is self-supporting and receives no funding from the State of California, you must submit payment for your classes at the time you register. You must set up your UC Davis computing account at least 48 hours before you access the GSM Registration and Payment System.
Online/Electronic with a Credit Card
You may enroll in courses as soon as the payment is made.
Check or Money Order
You can register once your payment has been received and processed by the Cashier’s office, typically 3 business days after payment is received.
If you have been approved for a Federal Direct Student Loan, the GSM accepts that approval as interim credit for your course fees. You work with the GSM Registrar and the Graduate Financial Aid Office to arrange this interim credit. With this payment option, you can register once your loan approval has been received and processed by the GSM, typically three business days after approval is received.
If you pay or register after the published deadlines, there is a $250 Registration Penalty Fee.
Employer Letter of Credit
If your employer pays your course fees directly to UC Davis, we can accept a Letter of Credit (LOC) as interim credit for your course fees. Contact the University Student Accounting Office at 530-752-3646 to set up an account for your employer. With this payment option, you can register once your completed LOC has been received and confirmed by Student Accounting, typically three business days after the LOC is received.
Letter of Credit and Enrollment Deposit
Your enrollment deposit reserves your place in the UC Davis MBA Program and is non-refundable and credited to your fall account. With a Letter of Credit, your employer is not obligated to pay if you do not enroll. Once we have received the actual payment from your employer, you are eligible for a refund of any overpayment to your account.