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Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition varies by program. More than 60 percent of the George Washington University (GW) students have received some form of financial assistance. Sources of aid include institutional scholarships, need-based grants, employee reimbursement, and loans that are awarded on the basis of merit or financial need.

Degree-seeking students who are U.S. citizens may be eligible for federal financial aid. To apply, you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)GW’s federal school code is 001444.

ProgramCreditsCost per CreditTotal Estimated Tuition
BSHS in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management60$615$36,900
BSHS in Clinical Research Administration60$615$36,900
Doctorate of Health Sciences (DHSc) Leadership in Clinical Practice and Education48$980$47,040
Dual Degree: BSHS in Clinical Research Administration/MSHS in Regulatory Affairs87$728$63,360
Dual Degree: BSHS/MSHS in Clinical Research Administration87$728$63,360
Dual BSHS in Clinical Operations and Health Care Management / MSHS in Health Care Quality87$728$63,360
Dual BSHS in Clinical Research Administration / MSHS in Clinical and Translational Research87$728$63,360
Dual BSHS in Clinical Research Administration / MSHS in Biomedical Informatics87$728$63,360
Graduate Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research21$1,315$27,615
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management18$980$17,640
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Administration18$980$17,640
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Practice15$980$14,700
Graduate Certificate in Health Care Quality18$980$17,640
Graduate Certificate in Integrative Medicine15$1,145$17,175
Graduate Certificate in Integrative Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine15$1,145$17,175
Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Affairs18$980$17,640
MSHS in Biomedical Informatics36$980$35,280
MSHS in Clinical and Translational Research36$1,315$47,340
MSHS in Clinical Microbiology35$980$34,300
MSHS in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management36$980$35,280
MSHS in Clinical Research Administration36$980$35,280
MSHS in Health Care Quality36$980$35,280
MSHS in Immunohematology and Biotechnology35$980$34,300
MSHS in Integrative Medicine36$1,145$41,220
MSHS in Laboratory Medicine52$980$50,960
MSHS in Medical Laboratory Sciences36$980$35,280
MSHS in Molecular Diagnostic Science35$980$34,300
MSHS in Regulatory Affairs36$980$35,280
MSHS in Translational Microbiology35$980$34,300
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Blood Banking for Medical Laboratory Science16$615$9,840
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Clinical Chemistry for Medical Laboratory Science19$615$11,685
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Hematology for Medical Laboratory Science18$615$11,070
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Medical Laboratory Science48$615$29,520
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Microbiology for Medical Laboratory Science20$615$12,300
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Molecular Diagnostic Science24$615$14,760
Tuition rates and total estimated program costs are subject to change annually. Current rates can also be found on the Tuition Rates website or you may call (202) 466-3791 if you have questions regarding tuition costs for the programs listed above.

Funding Your Education

GW’s Office of Student Financial Assistance is available to assist online students with information regarding the funding of your education. For more information about the financial aid application process, available scholarships or your eligibility, call us at (202) 994-6620, email, or visit the links below.

Information for Military Students

The George Washington University’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to maintaining its long, collaborative history with the military. As part of this collaboration, we’re proud to offer special consideration for members of the military on active duty, stationed abroad or those who have recently separated or retired.

Ranked 15th in Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report, GW’s online graduate programs are designed to reach military personnel around the globe, provide a flexible schedule for program completion and build on the skills obtained in military medical services to propel their career or make a smooth transition into civilian health care.

Military Benefits

More than 1,500 GW military students, veterans and their families attend GW and benefit from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs educational benefits. Veterans and active military servicemen and women may also take advantage of several benefits offered by GW:

  • GW Health Science Programs offer a waiver of the $80 admission application fee for active-duty U.S. military personnel
  • Online and asynchronous course structure accommodates any schedule — even for students deployed or on an overseas assignment
  • GW is VA approved and participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program
  • The Yellow Ribbon awards up to $5,120 for graduate students
  • To enhance our commitment to our military, GW has a Veterans Services Office and Student Veterans of America chapter.

GW is committed to providing the highest level of student and financial services to those who have served in our armed forces. Service members are invited to contact GW’s Office of Veteran Services for more information on the benefits and opportunities we provide; this office is the VA certifying official for the university.