Tuition and Financial Aid

The Executive MBA program represents a major investment in your future, and some corporate sponsors have recently lowered or eliminated the financial support they provide their employees. Some companies have no formal tuition reimbursement program and sponsor students on a case by case basis depending on the applicant's stature, tenure, and desire by the organization to retain the individual. We recommend that the first thing you do is to discuss the tuition reimbursement process with your company and your human resources department. We're available to help.
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The total cost of the Executive MBA program is $78,000 and includes:
  • Full tuition
  • First-class hotel accommodations close to campus
  • Meals during all residencies and refreshments during daily breaks
  • All textbook, software, and educational materials
  • Student technology, activity, and graduation fees
  • Access to the resources of Pace's Career Services office

Upon acceptance, we require a $1,000 non-refundable deposit (applied towards EMBA tuition) to hold your place in the class. To lessen the financial impact, we spread tuition payments over 20 months in nine equal payments (after the $1,000 deposit). Each payment is due two weeks prior to the start of each ten- week module.

Executive MBA Cycle 16 - Starting August 29, 2015
Payment Schedule (2015 - 2017)
Due upon acceptance into the program $ 1,000.00
Prior to Orientation/Module 1 August 29, 2015 $7,800.00
Prior to Start of Module 2 November 3, 2015 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 3 January 12, 2016 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 4 March 22, 2016 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 5 May 31, 2016 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 6 August 9, 2016 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 7 October 18, 2016 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 8 December 20, 2016 $8,650.00
Prior to Start of Module 9 March 7, 2017 $8,650.00


We understand that investing in an Executive MBA is a considerable expense. With many corporate sponsors lowering or eliminating their financial support, we recommend that the first thing you do is to discuss the tuition reimbursement process with your company and your human resources department.

Besides employer reimbursement, EMBA students finance their education with educational loans. For more information, contact Ms. Tanyia Jones, Pace's Assistant Director of Financial Aid, at tjones2@pace.edu. Please inform Ms. Jones that you are an applicant for the EMBA program.

If you are a veteran, please click here to obtain more information about veteran education benefits and financing your education. Or contact Mr. Robert Rahni, Assistant Director, Veteran & Transfer Credit Services, at 914-773 -3385 or rrahni@pace.edu