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Full-Time Graduate/Professional Programs
School of Medicine - Master's in Bioethics
2018-2019 Academic Year
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  • Masters programs are also offered on a part-time basis.

  • Students are charged based on registration, with a full time rate if enrolled for four courses.  If they have permission to enroll for a fifth course in a semester, they will be billed for this course, over and above the full time rate for tuition. General Fee is capped at the full time rate.

Master's in Bioethics

Students are charged the full-time rate if they are enrolled for four courses.

Tuition and General Fee Amount
Tuition $43,132
General Fee 3,162
Technology Fee 1,082
Clinical Fee 586
Total Tuition and General Fee $47,962

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