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Boston Graduate and Certificate Programs

Tuition Guidelines

  • Boston students enrolled in 12 to 18 credits for fall and spring semesters will be charged the flat tuition rate for qualifying programs.

  • Boston students enrolled for less than 12 credits for fall and spring semesters, including graduate students, will be charged $1,055 per credit.

  • All students enrolled for more than 18 credits for fall and spring semesters will be charged $1,055 per credit in addition to the flat tuition charge.

  • Boston PharmD registrations in excess of the cumulative 69 credit threshold will be charged the professional rate.

  • Boston students enrolled in summer sessions are charged at a per credit rate, except for students enrolled in Nursing, Medical Imaging and Therapeutics, or Dental Hygiene. Students enrolled in Nursing, Medical Imaging and Therapeutics, or Dental Hygiene in 9 or more credits in the summer will be charged the flat tuition rate.

Other program/campus specific tuition policies are noted in their specific sections. (The University reserves the right to adjust these fees in accordance with possible rate changes.)

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

PROGRAM
12-18 CREDIT FLAT TUITION
PER CREDIT HOUR TUITION
PHARMD CLINICAL FEE

70+ credits
(Professional rate)

$33,700

$1,055

 N/A

Clinical Rotations
(All charged per credit)

N/A

$1,055

 $1,450

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

PROGRAM
12-18 CREDIT
FLAT TUITION
PER CREDIT HOUR TUITION
CLINICAL YEAR FEE
EQUIPMENT FEE
Didactic Years  $33,700 $1,055 N/A $1,000 (one time fee)
Clinical Rotations (all charged per credit)  N/A $1,055 $1,450 N/A

Other Graduate and Certificate Programs

PROGRAM
12-18 CREDIT FLAT TUITION
PER CREDIT HOUR

All Other Graduate Programs (Including Graduate Certificates)

N/A

$1,055

Advanced Certificate Program
   
Computed Tomography (CT)
N/A
$340
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
N/A
$340
 
Continuing Graduate Fee*
$1,055 / semester

*Charged to Graduate Studies students who have completed their course work, but remain on campus for subsequent academic activities.

General Fees

Enrollment Deposit: $500 
Enrollment deposits are non-refundable. They are applied toward tuition. 
COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FEE
Students enrolled at least half-time $450
Students enrolled less than half-time $238
Incorporates registration, technology, and student service fees (per term)
ORIENTATION FEE

Required of all new students

$100
GRADUATION FEE

All students

$260
HEALTH INSURANCE

All students

$2,254 / year

Health Insurance Policy

According to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and MCPHS University policy, all Boston, Worcester and Manchester matriculated students (regardless of enrollment) must be covered by a comprehensive health insurance program. The University makes available a general health insurance program that meets these standards. This policy is provided by an independent carrier beginning September 1 and continuing 12 months. Students will be automatically enrolled in this plan unless an electronic waiver is processed and received by Student Financial Services prior to August 1.

Instructions for electronically completing the waiver will be sent with the fall semester billing and will also be posted here on our website. Students registering late must complete the electronic waiver at the time of registration. The waiver stipulates that personal coverage will be maintained during the enrollment period. If Student Financial Services does not receive the electronic waiver prior to August 1, the student will be billed for the insurance premium and will remain responsible for said premium. The waiver must be processed annually.