Fees and Financial Aid
M.S. Programs in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Costs for Graduate Education at IUPUI:
The charge of $331.06 per credit hour for Indiana residents and $957.70 percredit hour for non-Indiana residents is in effect during the 2014-2015 academic year. There is also a $355.30 General Fee (includes activity fee, technology fee, general services fee, etc.) for each full-time semester ($240.00 for full-time summer session). The six pathologists’ assistant track professional sequence courses each have an additional lab fee of ~$100 per course. University tuition and fees tend to increase periodically. Current rates can be viewed on the website of the Office of the IUPUI Bursar at http://bursar.iupui.edu/. Click “Master Fee List” (see tabs across top), and then click the “Instructional/Mandatory Fees” for the year of interest from the drop-down box. The listing for “All Other Graduate Programs” is the one to view for all pathology graduate programs.
Students need to maintain personal health insurance throughout their graduate study at Indiana University. Costs for health insurance vary, depending on the plan chosen. Expenses for books and course materials vary widely, from $150-$600 per semester.
Financial Aid for M.S. Studies in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine:
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine does not offer scholarships, stipends, teaching assistantships, fee waivers, or any other form of financial support for students in M.S. programs. However, full-time M.S. students are eligible to apply for financial aid through the IUPUI Financial Aid Office at http://medicine.iu.edu/www.iupui.edu/~finaid/