Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

Academic charges are established by the Board of Trustees each spring and published annually in June. Updated academic charges go into effect at the start of the academic year (fall semester).

Full-Time Master of Science in Health Informatics Tuition and Fees 2020-2021

$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 Master of Science in Health Informatics

Fall
2020

Spring
2021

Summer
2021

In State Tuition

$8,525

$8,525

$8,525

Out of State Tuition

$9,682

$9,682

$9,682

Program Fee (per semester)

$695

$695

$695


Part-Time Master of Science in Health Informatics Tuition and Fees 2020-2021

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

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

Part-Time Master of Science in Health Informatics

Fall
2020

Spring
2021

Summer
2021

In State Tuition (per credit hour)

$865

$865

$865

Out of State Tuition (per credit hour)

$983

$983

$983

Program Fee (per semester)

$680

$680

$680

Part Time Student Fee (per semester)

$861

$861

$861

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.

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.

Warren Family Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established through the generous support of Dr. Robert Warren and his wife, Dr. Nancy Warren.

A national leader in the field of health informatics and retired chief medical information officer (CMIO) of the MUSC Hospital, Dr. Warren helped establish the MUSC MS in Health Informatics (MSHI) program in 2014 and has served as a beloved faculty member and mentor for MSHI students. This scholarship honors the Warren family’s passion for the development of leaders and teamwork in the field of health informatics. One $2,000 scholarship will be awarded per year in the spring semester.

Criteria for Consideration

  • Must be a first-year MSHI student
  • Academic performance
  • Significant volunteer and community service

To Apply

  • Submit a personal essay that describes the role of leadership and teamwork in the field of health informatics. Essays should be no longer than 750 words.
  • Submit a list of all your volunteer and community service activities within the past three years.

Application Deadline for Spring 2021: November 12, 2020

Questions? Please contact Dr. Abby Swanson Kazley at swansoaj@musc.edu.