Tuition and Fees
The Master of Health Administration degree is a self-funded professional degree program, requiring two years for completion.
Tuition and fee information, by Academic Year, can be found on the Office of the Registrar website. Be sure to locate the “Master of Health Administration" tuition rate on the “Graduate & Professional” list. Students can estimate their cost of attendance by utilizing the Illinois Cost Calculator.
A student must register for at least 12 credit hours per semester in Fall and Spring semesters to be considered a full-time student. Registering for more than 12 credit hours will not increase tuition. The tuition rates in summer semester are determined per credit hour.
International students should be aware that, upon admission, they will need to submit a Declaration and Certification of Finances form.
Tuition and fees are direct costs charged by the university. The cost of attendance also includes indirect cost allowances for food, housing, books, supplies and other expenses. You will not be billed by the university for these costs unless you live in university housing. Use the Illinois Cost Calculator for an estimated cost of attendance.