Tuition: MS Pharm Sci: Health Outcomes & Pharmacoeconomics

Tuition: MS Pharm Sci: Health Outcomes & Pharmacoeconomics
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Program Fee Overview

Program Fee Part-Time (total cost per credit hour)
Instructional Fee $699.00
General Fee $39.80
ITIE Fee $18.00
Distance Learning Fee $26.20
Total Cost per Credit (Resident) $783.00
Non-Resident Surcharge $15.00
Total Cost per Credit (Non-Resident) $798.00
Costs are subject to change at any time. Full-Time total costs are total tuition costs per semester.

Total for MS Health Outcomes & Pharmacoeconomics  (30 Credit Hours)

Scholarship Opportunity

The Taylor-Frank Fund was endowed to provide scholarships designated for graduate student support. The Marianne F. Ivey Fund was endowed to provide scholarships designated for graduate student support in the MS Health Outcomes program. Together, these funds provide annual scholarships awarded to students pursuing the Master’s in Health Outcomes & Pharmacoeconomics.

Scholarship Application Deadlines

  • August 1 for Fall semester awards
  • December 1 for Spring semester awards
  • April 1 for Summer semester awards

Evaluation Criteria for the Award

Currently, enrolled students and those who have been accepted for admission in the Health Outcomes graduate program are eligible to submit a scholarship application.

All applications will be considered, with preferences for high academic performance, practice and professional engagement, demonstrated financial need, and diversity.  Preference will be given to those who belong to an underrepresented minority group.

Additional information will be accessed from the applicant’s application dossier as needed.

*Do not apply for this scholarship unless you are enrolled or accepted into a pharmacy program

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