Dates, Time Commitment & Cost
2015 RESIDENT SESSION
Date: August 23 – September 4, 2015
Fee: $4,895 / session
Includes: Tuition of $4,600 and
Registration Fee of $295
(assessed annually per student)
Tuition includes a single room, meals and materials, along with administrative and faculty support of extension
assignments. Admission to PCBS is granted by receipt of an on-line or paper application accompanied by the
Registration Fee, which is non-refundable. Upon receipt of the full fee amount, room reservations will be
secured and you will be able to choose electives (2nd and 3rd year students) and to receive other communication from PCBS.
All classes, meals and rooms for PCBS students are located on the University of Washington campus, set in the scenic
Pacific Northwest on the shores of Lake Washington. PCBS session attendees share a rich classroom experience while
enjoying the natural beauty and excitement of one of the country's favorite tourist destinations.
Three resident sessions are held the last two weeks of August before Labor Day three consecutive years.
2015 August 23 - September 4
2016 August 21 - September 2
2017 August 20 - September 1
Pacific Coast Banking School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, national or ethnic
origin, disability or age.
Earn MBA Credits:
In conjunction with the University of Washington, a PCBS graduate can earn credits toward an MBA. This must be arranged at the time of graduation from the program.
There are 3 resident sessions, 5 written extension assignments and 1 management report that are completed within an elapsed time of two years
and two weeks. While each student is different, it takes an average of 20-30 hours to complete an extension assignment and approximately 100
hours to complete the managment report. Extension work is completed between sessions, which involves completing assignments based on core
class material and presentations. The extension assignment schedule is outlined below:
Between 1st and 2nd Resident Sessions
|| Due Date
| Assignment #1
|| Late October
| Assignment #2
|| Mid December
| Assignment #3
|| Late February
| Assignment #4
|| Mid April
| Management Report Proposal
|| Mid May
Between 2nd and 3rd Resident Sessions
|| Due Date
| Assignment #5
|| Early November
| Management Report
|| Early April
Graduation is the last Friday of your third resident session.