M.S. Health and the Public Interest Tuition & Financial Support
Tuition Expenses, Fees, and Other Costs
The estimated costs for this program can be found on the Tuition and Fees page.
Merit-based scholarships are available in amounts up to $10,000 for the inaugural class of the Health and the Public Interest program. Need-based financial aid in the form of student loans is also available for admitted students. Please visit the links below to find out more about financing your graduate education.
Billing and Payment
Georgetown University’s Office of Student Accounts handles billing and methods of payment information.