Cost of attendance

Cost of attendance reflects the amount a typical student can expect for school-related expenses during the academic year and reflects the maximum financial aid a student may receive. Tuition is a direct cost that is deducted by the school from your financial aid award; all other items will vary depending upon personal costs. Students should create a budget to predict costs more precisely.

Notes: Tuition amount does not reflect any scholarships and/or discounts. Please contact your program of interest regarding availability.

Health insurance is included the living category.

Main Campus Graduate:

GraduateDoctoral
Tuition17,82013,500
Books2,2801,140
Room/Board21,18021,180
Living3,3603,360
Transportation5,1005,100
Loan Fees330330
Total50,07044,610

Note: Cost of attendance is based on full-time (9 graduate credits and 6 doctoral credits), year-round attendance. If you are starting in Spring or Summer semester, or if you attend less than full-time, your COA will be different.

Podiatric Medicine

Year 1
Tuition38,960
Books1,260
Room/Board15,885
Living4,000
Transportation3,825
Supplies and Program Fees710
Loan Fees430
Total65,070

Physician Assistant

Year 1
Tuition/Fees33,795
Books4,560
Room/Board21,200
Living 5,295
Transportation5,130
Supplies and Program Fees2,740
Loan Fees330
Total73,050

Anesthesiology

Year 1
Tuition43,400
Books600
Room/Board26,500
Living6,600
Transportation6,600
Supplies2,000
Lab Fees500
Loan Fees440
Total86,640

Note: Anesthesiology COA is based on a Summer semester start and reflects the total of the first Summer/Fall and Spring/Summer enrollment periods.

Occupational Therapy

Year 1
Tuition/Fees30,690
Books1,545
Room/Board21,180
Living3,360
Transportation5,100
Lab and Program Fees1,140
Loan Fees330
Total63,345