Tuition and Fees

Tuition for the 2015-2016 MBOE Industry-Wide and MBOE for Health Care program is $53,500.  A tuition deposit of $1,500 is due upon admission to the program.  This deposit reserves your place in the class and is deducted from the total cost of tuition. There is an additional fee for the MBOE for Healthcare program to cover Gemba expenses excluding airfare to and from Palo Alto, CA and Appleton, WI. 

Breakfast, beverages, snacks, lunch and dinner during special events are provided during on-campus sessions. Also included is an iPad and select apps which are used for the delivery of course materials. There is a small book list which students must purchase at an additional cost.

Tuition payment schedule:

Semester

Due Date

Amount

Deposit

 

$    1,500

Spring 2016

January 4

$  17,500

Summer 2016

May 9

$  17,500

Autumn 2016

August 16

$  17,000

TOTAL

 

$  53,500

 

The Gemba expense for the Healthcare track is expected to be between $4,000 and $4,500, not to exceed $4,500. The final expense will be determined by orientation. The Gemba expense payment will be due in two installments with the Summer 2016 and Autumn 2016 payments.

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In Their Words

  • Pam Smith

    “The MBOE program exceeded my expectations for networking and utilizing real world situations throughout the entire year. I have implemented many new tools resulting in improvements throughout our organization. The Gemba visits were priceless.”

    Pam Smith
    MBOE Class of 2012
    VP of Professional Services,
    East Liverpool City Hospital

More Information

  • MBOE students requiring lodging receive preferred rates at the Blackwell Inn, located on Fisher's campus.