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Tuition and Fees


Students who register for a course in this program are assessed tuition and, if applicable, mandatory fees. The program uses the semester academic calendar.

Program Tuition

Tuition is assessed at the University-approved per credit rate. The charts provides tuition costs for each term of registration. In addition, there is an estimated tuition cost based on the total number of program credits.

Master of Health Administration, Online (HLSO) 

  • Applies to course sections PLP* (online) or PCP* (in person).
Academic Year 1 credit 3 credits 9 credits Estimated: Master's, 46 Credits
2023-2024 $996.00 $2,988.00 $8,964.00 $45,816.00

Master of Public Health, Online

  • Behavioral and Community Health (MBCO) and course sections PLB*.
  • Physical Activity (PHAO) and course sections PLK*.
  • Public Health Practice and Policy (PHPP) and course sections PLH* (online) or PGH* (in person).
Academic Year 1 credit 3 credits 9 credits Estimated: Master's, 45 Credits
2023-2024 $996.00 $2,988.00 $8,964.00 $44,820.00

Certificate Programs

  • Health Data Analysis, Online (Z140) and course sections PLY*.
  • Applied Epidemiology, Online (Z152) and course sections PLN*.
Academic Year 1 Credit 3 Credits Estimated: Certificate, 12 credits
2023-2024 $996.00 $2,988.00 $11,952.00

Mandatory fees are assessed according to location, delivery type, and semester.

Category Semester Description Academic Year 23-24
Graduate Student Fees Fall or Spring 9 or more credits $641.50
Graduate Student Fees Fall or Spring 8 or less credits $331.50
Summer Campus Fee Summer I or II Flat rate $205.00
Summer Distance Fee Summer I or II Flat rate $96.00
  • Graduate Student Campus Fees, Mandatory: Assessed based on the total number of registered credits each fall or spring semester/term for any course held on campus. For a breakdown of fees, see Student Financial Services - Tuition and Fees.
  • Summer Campus Services Fee, Mandatory: Flat rate charged for any course registration that requires students to come to campus. Assessed for each six-week session. Supports university resources that include transportation, student union, recreation, and registration services.
  • Summer Distance Learning Fee, Mandatory: Flat rate charged for any course registration that does not require students to come to campus (e.g., internships, courses offered completely online). Assessed for each six-week session. Supports university resources and registration services.

The Office of Student Financial Aid provides cost of attendance information that includes fees, living expenses (housing and food), books, supplies, equipment, transportation, and miscellaneous personal expenses.  To help students determine the estimated cost of attending the University of Maryland for the academic year, see detailed information at Cost of Attendance.  

Questions? Contact umdfinaid@umd.edu

Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other University publication, the University reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees, and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the University and the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. Although changes in tuition, fees, and charges ordinarily will be announced in advance, the University reserves the right to make such changes without prior announcement.

Financial Aid Opportunities

Alternative Payment Options

Tuition Reimbursement Programs

Many public school districts offer tuition reimbursement.  Interested students should contact their district. For the state of Maryland, below is a listing of county-specific public school websites that provide tuition reimbursement information.

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