Tuition: Bachelor of Science in Public Health

Tuition: Bachelor of Science in Public Health
11.15.2023
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01.08.2024
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Program Fee Overview

Program Fee Part-Time (total cost per credit hour) Full-Time (total cost per semester)
Instructional Fee $496.00 $5,946.00
General Fee $33.00 $398.00
ITIE Fee $15.00 $184.00
Distance Learning Fee $22.00 $257.00
Total Cost per Credit (Resident) $566.00 N/A
Non-Resident Surcharge $15.00 $180.00
Total Cost per Credit (Non-Resident) $581.00 N/A
Total Tuition Cost per Semester (Resident) N/A $6,785.00
Total Tuition Cost per Semester (Non-Resident) N/A $6,965.00
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