Tuition & Fees

A Graduate Education is Affordable!

Jumping into a graduate program can be a significant financial commitment. Fortunately, tuition at The University of Texas School of Public Health is the lowest among the top ranked schools of public health and is a great value for your money.

The UT School of Public Health is among the best values in the country for graduate education.  Resident tuition and fees for one year cost approximately $5500, while non-residents pay about $17,600, based on 24 semester credit hours.

Students must be enrolled for a minimum of 3 credit hours per semester.  Full-time status is 9 credit hours in each of the fall and spring semesters and 6 credit hours in the summer semester.

The School wants to give you every opportunity to make the costs of a graduate program more affordable. Limited numbers of scholarships, traineeships, fellowships, school employment and other forms of student financial assistance are available. Some opportunities are need-based while others consider academic merit.

The total cost of the program depends on the number of semesters for which you enroll. The tuition and fees chart from the Office of the Registrar gives the price per credit hour of courses at the SPH. The tuition and fees listed in the right-most 2 columns show the total for Texas and non-Texas residents.

A cost of approximately $150 per semester is added for student service fees, including the campus shuttle, recreation center, and library.

An additional fee of $35/credit hour (for students in Texas) or $750/credit hour (for students outside of Texas) will be added for online courses.

Students are required to maintain health insurance while enrolled at the SPH; they have the option to purchase insurance through the University. The cost is approximately $400 per semester.

Please contact the Office of the Registrar with any further questions about tuition and fees.