Masters

Master of Public Health

Full-time students in an academic year degree program are billed one half of that year’s tuition rate, each in the fall and spring semesters, respectively. Tuition for courses completed in the summer is included in that academic year’s flat rate.

Part-time students in an academic year degree program are billed one quarter of that year’s full-time tuition rate, each in the fall and spring semesters, respectively. Tuition for courses completed in the summer is included in that academic year’s flat rate.

Students that completed the 15-credit PCE program as a non-degree student should refer to the Non-Degree Transfer Credits for additional details on billing structure. 

Students in an academic year degree program who take courses during the summer and then either take a leave during the fall semester, or during the fall and spring, or withdraw from the program will be retroactively assessed tuition for the summer semester. Students who change from an academic year program to a summer-only program after completing courses during the summer will be retroactively assessed tuition for the summer semester.

Students in a summer-only degree program are billed a flat amount during each summer of enrollment based on one half of that year’s full-time tuition rate over two summers.* Tuition for courses completed in the fall and spring is included in that summer’s flat rate.

Students in a summer-only degree program who take a leave during the summer and then take courses during the fall or spring semester will be retroactively assessed the summer tuition in the fall or spring semester.

Students that completed the 15-credit PCE program as a non-degree student should refer to the Non-Degree Transfer Credits for additional details on billing structure. 

*Students that matriculated in to a summer-only degree program prior to Summer 2021 will continue to be billed under the old policy of one third of that year’s full-time tuition rate over three summers.

In addition to meeting academic requirements, students must meet the School’s tuition requirements. Students must pay the appropriate amount of tuition to receive a degree. If a student switches between full and part-time status over the course of their degree, they would still need to pay the equivalent. The cost of the degree is the same for full and part-time students.

MPH45: 2 semesters at full-time rate; or 4 semesters at part-time rate
MPH 65: 3 semesters at full-time rate; or 6 semesters at part-time rate
MPH 45 Summer-Only: 2 summers at 1/2 of the current full-time tuition rate*

*MPH 45 Summer-Only that matriculated prior to Summer 2021 are billed over 3 summers at 1/3 of the current full-time tuition rate for that program.

Any remaining tuition needed for the tuition requirement will be charged in the semester of your graduation should you complete your program early.

In exceptional situations where a student needs to enroll beyond the standard time to degree for their program, a continuation fee will be charged at the beginning of each additional semester.

Master of Science

Full-time students in an academic year degree program are billed one half of that year’s tuition rate, each in the fall and spring semesters, respectively. Tuition for courses completed in the summer is included in that academic year’s flat rate.

Part-time students in an academic year degree program are billed one quarter of that year’s full-time tuition rate, each in the fall and spring semesters, respectively. Tuition for courses completed in the summer is included in that academic year’s flat rate.

Students that completed the 15-credit PCE program as a non-degree student should refer to the Non-Degree Transfer Credits for additional details on billing structure. 

Students in an academic year degree program who take courses during the summer and then either take a leave during the fall semester, or during the fall and spring, or withdraw from the program will be retroactively assessed tuition for the summer semester. Students who change from an academic year program to a summer-only program after completing courses during the summer will be retroactively assessed tuition for the summer semester.

Students in a summer-only degree program are billed a flat amount during each summer of enrollment based on one half of that year’s full-time tuition rate over two summers.* Tuition for courses completed in the fall and spring is included in that summer’s flat rate.

Students in a summer-only degree program who take a leave during the summer and then take courses during the fall or spring semester will be retroactively assessed the summer tuition in the fall or spring semester.

Students that completed the 15-credit PCE program as a non-degree student should refer to the Non-Degree Transfer Credits for additional details on billing structure. 

*Students that matriculated in to a summer-only degree program prior to Summer 2021 will continue to be billed under the old policy of one third of that year’s full-time tuition rate over three summers.

In addition to meeting academic requirements, students must meet the School’s tuition requirements. Students must pay the appropriate amount of tuition to receive a degree. If a student switches between full and part-time status over the course of their degree, they would still need to pay the equivalent. The cost of the degree is the same for full and part-time students.

SM42.5: 2 semesters at full-time rate; or 4 semesters at part-time rate
SM60: 3 semesters at full-time rate; or 6 semesters at part-time rate
SM80: 4 semesters at full-time rate; or 8 semesters at part-time rate
SM42.5 summer-only: 2 summers at 1/2 of the current full-time tuition rate*

*SM42.5 Summer-Only that matriculated prior to Summer 2021 are billed over 3 summers at 1/3 of the current full-time tuition rate for that program.

Any remaining tuition needed for the tuition requirement will be charged in the semester of your graduation should you complete your program early.

In exceptional situations where a student needs to enroll beyond the standard time to degree for their program, a continuation fee will be charged at the beginning of each additional semester.

MPH in Epidemiology Online/On-Campus Program (MPH-EPI)

One third of the annual cohort tuition rate will be charged prior to each semester (Summer, Fall, Spring) over the two years of the program.

Students who take a leave of absence may pay a higher tuition rate upon return to the program.

In addition to meeting academic requirements, students must meet the School’s tuition requirements. Students must pay the appropriate amount of tuition to receive a degree.

  • MPH-EPI: 6 semesters at the cohort tuition rate

Students completing academic requirements prior to completing tuition requirements will be charged the remainder of their tuition requirements prior to graduation.

In exceptional situations where a student needs to enroll beyond the standard time to degree for their program, a continuation fee will be charged at the beginning of each additional semester. One third of the continuation fee will be charged at the beginning of each additional semester.

Master in Health Care Management Program (MHCM)

One third of the annual cohort tuition rate will be charged prior to each semester (Summer, Fall, Spring) over the two years of the program.

Students who take a leave of absence may pay a higher tuition rate upon return to the program.

In addition to meeting academic requirements, students must meet the School’s tuition requirements. Students must pay the appropriate amount of tuition to receive a degree.

  • MHCM: 6 semesters at the cohort tuition rate

Students completing academic requirements prior to completing tuition requirements will be charged the remainder of their tuition requirements prior to graduation.

In exceptional situations where a student needs to enroll beyond the standard time to degree for their program, a continuation fee will be charged at the beginning of each additional semester. One third of the continuation fee will be charged at the beginning of each additional semester.