Northwestern Graduate Tuition
Tuition is billed quarterly at The Graduate School’s part-time or full-time rate. Tuition for full-time enrollment (3-4 courses) is $17,413 per quarter, and tuition for part-time enrollment (0.5-2.5 courses) is $6,195 per course.
Tuition and Program Costs
The MS in Health Services and Outcomes Research requires 11 course credits. It can be completed in one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study. Tuition for the full-tme, one-year master's is approximately $65,800, and the part-time master's is $69,165.
Each Graduate Certificate in HSOR is comprised of 4.5 course credits. Certificates are part-time and self-paced. Total tuition for a certificate is approximately $27,875.
Students are required to have a laptop computer to connect to class remotely, complete assignments, and participate in software labs. Required textbooks and software cost approximately $350-450.
Northwestern-affiliated medical undergraduates, residents, and fellows are eligible for special reduced tuition through the Feinberg School of Medicine. The capped tuition rates are listed below.
Faculty and staff at Northwestern University have access to reduced Northwestern tuition through their employee benefits. The table below presents estimated total tuition for benefit-eligible students entering in 2018.
Contact the program for quarterly billing details for the the totals listed below.
Up to $12,000 per year for full-time, benefits-eligible employees - full details here
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