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Foster School of Business – University of Washington

University of Washington Technology Management MBA Program Structure

The University of Washington Technology Management MBA (TTMBA) at the Foster School of Business takes 18 months to complete. Classes take place either Monday or Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., as well as 10 Saturdays per quarter. The program is designed to be compatible with students who are working full-time.


The University of Washington Technology Management MBA requires 69 credits to complete, with eight program immersion credits, followed by six quarters of classes. The program is designed for technology professionals and entrepreneurs to learn relevant business management techniques. Courses cover topics such as Negotiations, Microeconomics, and Decision Modeling.

Class Profile

The University of Washington Foster School of Business Technology Management MBA accepted 77 students in the class of 2018, 32 percent of whom were women. Students averaged 11 years of professional work experience and were around 35-years old. In addition, 48 percent of students in the entering class had a background in engineering or IT.


Technology Management MBA students can receive individualized career coaching sessions, career workshops, and networking opportunities. Also, students may join the Job Search Team, which is a project management group that helps members search for new positions.

Tuition & Financial Aid

The total cost for the Foster Technology Management MBA, over the course of 18 months, is $81,200. Students that complete the program over six quarters will pay $13,533 per quarter, while those who complete it over seven months pay $11,600. Fees include a $1,500 non-refundable and non-transferable acceptance fee, books, meals, electronic course materials, and more. Students cannot receive Federal Financial Aid for immersion courses.

Students may be eligible for the Federal Stafford Direct Loan and Private MBA Tuition Loan. Tax credits may also be available.

Admissions Procedures

GMAT or GRE scores are required for admission. Applicants must submit an online applicant profile, a resume, essay, letter of recommendation, transcripts, and proof of English proficiency (if necessary), along with an $85 application fee. Applicants selected for the program must also conduct a pre-enrollment interview.

Application Deadlines

Round One – May 15
Round Two – August 15

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