Tuition & Billing
Tuition and Fee Rates
Tuition, general fees, and technology fees for the Master of Health Care Innovation are based upon credit units. For Fall 2016, the tuition rate is $5,193 for 1 CU.
Current tuition and fee rates are available from Student Financial Services (see Master's in Bioethics & Scientific Medical Ethics).
A non-refundable seminar fee will be charged to cover your room, board, and conference activities for the Health Care Innovation Seminar. Transportation to and from Philadelphia is the responsibility of each student. This fee is $3,250 for Academic Year 2017–18. Payment is due by August 1, 2017. A comparable fee will be charged in August 2018 for the second Philadelphia seminar.
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The total cost for the full 18-month degree program based on current estimates for Academic Year 2017–18 rates is $75,280. Please keep in mind that rates are subject to change.
Students register for courses online through Penn InTouch (PennKey login required). The Office of Student Registration & Financial Services sends electronic bursar bills to students within 4–6 weeks after course registration has been processed. Bills are delivered electronically on a monthly schedule, and you will be notified about them via email. You can pay your bill electronically, by mail, in person, or via wire transfer. Billing questions can be addressed to Student Financial Services at 215-898-1988.
Email is the primary mechanism for sending official communications, including billing notifications, to Penn students. Please be sure that your email address is up-to-date in the Penn Directory (see Update Directory Listings).
Students may consider seeking funding support from their employers, through professional development benefits.
During all but the final semester of the Master of Health Care Innovation, students will be enrolled in 2.0–3.0 course units (CUs) per semester. U.S. students enrolled at least half time (2 CUs or more) are eligible for federal funding. Various types of loans, both federal and private, may be available to Master of Health Care Innovation students who are U.S. citizens. International students may apply for various private loans, but will usually need a U.S. co-signer to do so.
Veterans may be eligible for financial support through the Yellow Ribbon Program.
For more information about financial aid, please contact Penn's Student Financial Services office at 215-898-1988.