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Tuition & Fees

TUITION & FEES

The cost of attending any university can vary, depending on a student's classification, residency status, personal needs and spending habits. Where the course is taught will also affect cost. The courses in the Education for Healthcare Professionals program are all considered distance education courses. All Texas A&M University students must pay a University Advancement Fee and new Texas A&M graduate students all pay a one time New Graduate fee. Other fees that are related to resources for students on campus have been eliminated for distance students. Estimates are available to provide a reasonable idea of what it will cost to take a course or courses. The most current rates and information available at the time of publishing are used and are subject to change.

TUITION AND REQUIRED FEE ESTIMATES BY SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR

The Education for Healthcare Professionals program tuition and fee information can be found on the Tuition and Required Fees website. Navigate to the rate sheet of the semester you will enter, scroll down to Health Science Center, under the College of Medicine click on the link titled, "Graduate Program."

All tuition and fee information can be reviewed on the Student Business Services website.

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