MHS Tuition & Fees
Prepare for the costs associated with your education. Below is a breakdown of tuition, fees, and other expenses for your program.
Tuition Due Dates
Cost of Attendance
Below is your estimated cost of attendance for the academic year. The Cost of Attendance (COA) includes direct costs (tuition and fees) and indirect costs (books, supplies, living expenses, health insurance and transportation costs) that a student may incur while attending Touro Nevada. The student health insurance fee is not included in the tuition and is subject to change annually.
If eligible, students may choose to finance their education utilizing loans, scholarships, grants, or out-of-pocket payments. Please refer to the Office of Financial Aid regarding loan eligibility. Deposit payments are applied to the student's first year, first term. Visit the Payment & Refunds page for more information about online payments, payment plans, and refunds.
Tuition and fees are set annually by the Board of Trustees and are subject to change without further notice. For questions regarding tuition and fees contact the Office of the Bursar.
Master of Medical Health Sciences 2023-2024 Cost of Attendance
|Total Institutional Expenses:||$15,515||$15,165||$30,680|
OTHER EDUCATION-RELATED EXPENSES:
|Books & Supplies||$655||$655||$1,310|
|Loan Fees (*Up to $1,966)||$203*||$203*||$406*|
|Total Other Expenses:||$17,604||$16,045||$33,649|
|Stafford Unsubsidized Loan†||$20,500|
|Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other||$7,000|
|Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan||$36,829|
The estimated cost of the 2 semester MHS program (Institution Related Expenses) is $30,680.
Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at StudentAid.gov. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.
REFUNDS: If a refund of federal funds is due to you (i.e., federal loan funds exceed total tuition, fees and any additional institutional dues), federal regulations allow the University 14 business days from date of disbursement or first day of class, whichever is later, to process the refund. Students who have fully registered for classes and completed all financial aid steps will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.