Tuition and Fees

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Master’s Program (M.S.N.)

Tuition for students in the full-time M.S.N. program in 2020–2021 is $46,190 (divided evenly between the fall and spring terms). Students entering the GEPN program pay an additional one-time summer-term tuition of $18,323.

Tuition for students in the part-time M.S.N. program in 2020–2021 is $30,650 (divided evenly between the fall and spring terms).

In addition, full-time students in 2020–2021 pay an equipment and technology fee of $2,025, lab fees of $460, and a student activities fee of $120, all due in the fall term. Part-time students pay an equipment and technology fee of $695 and a student activities fee of $120.

Nurse-Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Dual Specialty

Students who are accepted into the NM/WHNP dual specialty will pay an additional fee, split over four terms, beginning in the fall of the first specialty year. For students who entered the dual specialty in the 2019–2020 academic year, the additional fee is $15,000 (of which $3,750 is due each term for four terms). For students entering the dual specialty in the 2020–2021 academic year, the fee is $15,750 (of which $3,937.50 is due each term for four terms).

If, at the end of the first two terms, a student elects to drop one of the specialty tracks, the student will not need to pay the second-year dual specialty fee. If the student drops a specialty track in the second year, the fee will not be refunded.

Doctor of Nursing Practice Programs (D.N.P)

Tuition for students in the part-time Health Care Leadership, Systems, and Policy D.N.P. program in 2020–2021 is $30,660 (divided evenly between the fall and spring terms).

Tuition for students in the part-time Clinical D.N.P. program in 2020–2021 is $20,000 (divided evenly between the fall and spring terms). Students entering the program pay an additional one-time summer-term tuition of $6,060.

In addition, students in both programs pay an equipment and technology fee of $695 and a student activities fee of $120, both due in the fall term.

Tuition for clinical faculty who are currently teaching on a full-time basis at YSN will be $14,000 in 2020–2021 (divided evenly between the fall and spring terms). Full-time faculty entering the program pay an additional one-time summer-term tuition of $3,360. Full-time faculty will need to agree to teach on a ful-time basis for three years following graduation with the D.N.P degree.

Tuition for clinical faculty who are currently teaching on a part-time basis at YSN will be $14,240 in 2020–2021 (divided evenly between the fall and spring terms). Part-time faculty entering the program pay an additional one-time summer-term tuition of $7,120. Part-time faculty will need to agree to teach on a part-time basis for three years following graduation with the D.N.P degree.

Post-Master’s Certificate Program

The Post-Master’s Certificate Program and non-matriculated part-time study are available at $1,820 per credit. Applicable fees, such as the equipment and technology fee of $695 and the student activity fee of $120, are also assessed in the fall term.

Additional Fees

Acceptance Fee

A nonrefundable fee of $600 is required within three weeks of the receipt of an offer of admission in order to secure a place in the entering class. For matriculating students, $300 will be credited toward the fall-term tuition.

Required Fees

The University requires hospitalization insurance for all students. Students will be billed $2,548 in 2020–2021 for single-student hospitalization/specialty coverage with Yale Health (see Health Services in the chapter Yale University Resources and Services). This fee may be waived with proof of alternative coverage for each year of enrollment.

Students are also responsible for the cost of equipment, uniforms, books, photocopying, transportation to and from clinical sites, and on-site parking, if needed.

Other Fees

Service fees are charged for late registration, course schedule changes after the add/drop period, Internet connectivity from a Yale residence hall, late return of library materials, and the like.