Tuition

The most current program tuition costs and fees are outlined here. Remember, you may qualify for federal financial aid and/or private student loans. Your enrollment advisor can help you learn more about these programs and assist you in the application process. Call 1-877-398-3050 toll free or fill out the form to the right.

Application fee: $65 (one time)
Tuition (in-state): $732/credit hour*
Tuition (out-of-state): $747/credit hour*

Master of Health Administration Students

Based on the 2015-2016 tuition schedule, Ohio resident students will pay $28,548 in total tuition. Tuition includes a General Fee, Program Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee and Instructional Fee.

Based on the 2015-2016 tuition schedule, non-Ohio resident students will pay $29,133 in total tuition. Tuition includes a General Fee, Program Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee, Instructional Fee and a Non-Resident Surcharge.

Graduate Certificate Students

Based on the 2015-2016 tuition schedule, Ohio resident students will pay $8,784 in total tuition. Tuition includes a General Fee, Program Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee and Instructional Fee.

Based on the 2015-2016 tuition schedule, non-Ohio resident students will pay $8,964 in total tuition. Tuition includes a General Fee, Program Fee, Information Technology and Instructional Equipment (ITIE) Fee, Instructional Fee and a Non-Resident Surcharge.

*The tuition rates above are estimates based on the 2015-2016 tuition calendar. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

All students enrolled in the online Master of Health Administration or graduate certificate programs will also be responsible for any additional costs toward the purchase of textbooks and course material (estimated between $100 – $250 per term). Students are also required to have access to or purchase a webcam with microphone.

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