Tuition and Fees

Each program at Northwestern University School of Professional Studies differs in tuition costs. Find information below on financial obligations and tuition costs for the MS in Healthcare Administration program.

Classes begin in spring 2023!

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Tuition for 2022–23 Academic Year

  • Tuition per course: $3,167
  • Estimated cost for entire program (total with technology fee): $39,504

Notes/Exceptions

  • Tuition levels are reviewed on a yearly basis and can be adjusted based on market dynamics. On average, when an adjustment has been made, it has been approximately +/- 3.5%. 
  • Estimated cost for entire program does not include books, other instructional materials or proctoring fees.*

Program Fees

Courses in this program are assigned a technology fee of $125 per course.

* In addition, students in fully online programs must participate in a minimum of three proctored exams throughout the life of the program. These exams typically cost approximately $25 to $35 each. Students are responsible for the costs of all proctored exams taken.

Financial Aid Eligibility

Students in master's degree programs may qualify for federal or private loans. Federal loan eligibility is usually limited to students taking at least two units of credit in the quarter for which they receive aid. Please note that depending on course availability, students may need to take a break for one or two quarters to maintain the two-credit minimum course load requirement for financial aid.

As at most universities, Northwestern University aid, assistantships, and stipends are reserved for PhD and MFA candidates.

Please note that the Practicum course counts as one unit of credit in the first quarter of the four-quarter course. It will not count as a credit-bearing unit in quarters 2, 3, and 4. 

Graduate students should direct questions to the Chicago Office of Financial Aid or by calling 312-503-8722.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

The FAFSA is not required as part of your application, but we encourage all US citizens and permanent residents to complete the FAFSA if they would like to be considered for any loans.
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