Program Costs


A BYU Marriott MBA is one of the best business education investments in the country. The program prepares its graduates to compete with graduates from other top-tier schools in an international marketplace through an affordable, world-class business education.

Brigham Young University is a nonprofit corporation affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and significant portions of university operating costs are paid with the tithes of Church members. In recognition of this support, Church members are assessed lower tuition fees than those who are not members. This practice is similar in principle to that of state universities charging higher tuition to non-residents.

Although students who are not members of the Church pay a higher tuition than members of the Church, their tuition levels are still extremely affordable in comparison to similar programs. On average, graduates from top-tier private MBA programs leave with $102,000 in student debt. BYU Marriott MBA students who are members of the Church have $29,272 in tuition costs for the entire two-year program while students who are not members of the Church have a tuition total of $58,544.

BYU Marriott MBA Program 2022–2023 Cost of Attendance

TuitionPer yearTotal program
Latter-day Saint$14,636$ 29,272
Non-Latter-day Saint$29,272$ 58,544
Other ExpensesPer yearTotal program
Room and Board$14,424$ 28,848
Books and Supplies$ 2,120$ 4,240
Personal Expenses*$ 4,176$ 8,352
Transportation$ 3,248$ 6,496
Loan Fees$ 188$ 376
LDS TOTAL$38,792$ 77,584
Non-LDS TOTAL$53,860$106,856

Total Cost

Latter-day Saint Cost of AttendanceNon-Latter-day Saint Cost of Attendance
$38,792/year = $77,584 total program$53,860/year = $106,856 total program

Students cannot work during their first academic year. Students have a paid summer internship and can work part-time during their second year.

*All costs are approximate and subject to change. Personal expenses include the cost of BYU health insurance premiums for a single student. Married students may have to pay a higher health insurance premium. BYU health insurance is required if you are not covered by another annual policy.