Tuition & Scholarships
The tuition for the program follows the Graduate School tuition rate, which is updated annually. No tuition or fees are associated with the Capstone Field Research requirement.
Amounts due for the program are as follows:
- Fall Semester: 50%
- Spring Semester: 50%
Students are also charged associated fees, including a technology fee, a health center access fee, and a graduate student activity fee for the academic year. Students also must show proof of health insurance to University Health Services (UHS). The program will provide health insurance through UHS for those uninsured who qualify.
The ND MSGH program is committed to working with our students to support and address financial needs.
- All admitted students will receive financial support at a minimum of 35% of tuition each year
- All admitted students will receive full funding for their capstone field research
- If eligible, admitted students will receive funding for health insurance
- Please note that students in the Master of Science in Global Health program are not eligible for The Graduate School's scholarships covering tuition and living stipends
For detailed information regarding federal financial aid, private loans, and an estimate of annual expenses for Master of Science in Global Health students, please visit the Office of Financial Aid website.
Need more information?
For additional questions about the Master of Science in Global Health program, please contact Kim Bogold, Global Health Training Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.