Tuition and Fees
|2016 Academic Credit Tuition Rate:||$1055* per credit|
|2016 Non-Credit Tuition Rate:||$528 per credit|
Cost per Credit Unit for Courses Taken for Academic Credit
Tuition for courses taken for academic credit for the 2016-2017 Academic Year is $1,055 per credit.
Cost per Credit Unit for Courses Taken for Non-Credit
Tuition for courses taken for non-credit/professional development in the 2016 Epi Biostat Summer Institute is $528 per course credit unit.
Please note that students who take courses for non-credit do not receive an offical grade and will not receive a JHSPH transcript upon completion of the courses.
Special Non-Credit Tuition Rates
The $528/credit rate applies to all courses taken for non-credit except:
|Data Analysis Workshop I||$2110|
|Data Analysis Workshop II||$2110|
|Advanced Data Analysis Workshop||$2110|
|Principles of Epidemiology|
|Statistical Reasoning I|
|Statistical Reasoning II||$4,775|
Space permitting, applications are accepted until the start of class.
However, students are strongly encouraged to register by June 10, 2016 to ensure receiving course confirmation and to avoid cancellations. For questions about courses, registration, or housing please contact Ayesha Khan (email@example.com; 410-955-7158).
Students may drop or add a course during the time period June 13-17 for courses that meet for three weeks, or by the first day of class for courses that meet for one week. After these dates it will not be possible to make schedule changes. There will be no tuition refunds for schedule changes that result in withdrawal from the Institute.
Full payment for tuition (and housing, if desired) is requested with the application. Payments may be made online at the time of registration. If mailing a payment, it should be sent to: The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Student Accounts Office, 615 N. Wolfe Street, Suite W1101, Baltimore, MD 21205.
Full payment must be received before your course begins. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health accepts American Express, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.
Registrants financed by agencies such as the World Health Organization or the federal government must submit purchase orders or contract documents with their application.
Full-time university faculty, staff, and eligible dependents may enroll in courses under the terms of the Hopkins Tuition Remission Program. Information on tuition remission criteria is available here.
Signed tuition remission applications and vouchers (and Institute applications) must be submitted at the time of registration either by mail or in person. Tuition remission application form.
Students should contact JHSPH Student Accounts and Business Services with any questions regarding billing and payments.
* The tuition rate is subject to change at the discretion of the School.
Page updated February 16, 2016