Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

Full-Time Doctor of Health Administration Tuition and Fees 2021-2022

$100.00 Application Fee (Per Application)
$500.00 Matriculation Fee (Applicant Accepted)

Tuition and Fees listed below are per semester unless otherwise noted.

Full-Time Doctor of Health Administration - Health Administrator

Fall
2021

Spring
2022

Summer
2022

In State Tuition

$10,290

$10,290

$10,290

Out of State Tuition

$10,290

$10,290

$10,290

Program Fee (per semester)

$214

$214

$214

 

 

 

 

Full-Time Doctor of Health Administration - Health Professional

Fall
2021

Spring
2022

Summer
2022

In State Tuition

$10,290

$10,290

$10,290

Out of State Tuition

$10,290

$10,290

$10,290

Program Fee (per semester)

$214

$214

$214

 

 

 

 

Full-Time Doctor of Health Administration
~No longer open to enrollment~

Fall
2021

Spring
2022

Summer
2022

In State Tuition

$10,290

$10,290

$10,290

Out of State Tuition

$10,290

$10,290

$10,290

Program Fee (per semester)

$214

$214

$214

 

 

 

 

Full-Time Doctor of Health Administration –Interprofessional
~No longer open to enrollment~

Fall
2021

Spring
2022

Summer
2022

In State Tuition

$6,958

$6,958

$6,958

Out of State Tuition

$6,958

$6,958

$6,958

Program Fee (per semester)

$214

$214

$214

 

 

 

 

Full-Time Doctor of Health Administration –Information Systems
~No longer open to enrollment~

Fall
2021

Spring
2022

Summer
2022

In State Tuition

$6,958

$6,958

$6,958

Out of State Tuition

$6,958

$6,958

$6,958

Program Fee (per semester)

$214

$214

$214

A full list of academic charges can be found in the MUSC Bulletin.

Prospective students may also find the estimated cost of attendance for the program on the MUSC Financial Aid Services website. Please note, that in addition to tuition and fees, the estimated cost of attendance includes cost of living expenses like rent, groceries, transportation, etc. These additional budget items are estimates and will vary based your personal living situation.

Financial Aid

For more information about financial aid, visit the MUSC Financial Aid Services website. The College of Health Professions offers a number of scholarship opportunities for students currently enrolled at the college. Students may be eligible to apply for these scholarships after they begin the program.

South Carolina Residents 60+ Years of Age

State-supported colleges and universities, and institutions under the jurisdiction of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education, are authorized to permit legal residents of South Carolina who have attained the age of sixty to attend classes for credit or noncredit purposes on a space available basis without the required payment of tuition, if these persons meet admission and other standards deemed appropriate by the college, university, or institution. You may view MUSC’s policy for SC Residents Sixty Years of Age for full criteria and procedure for seeking a waiver.