Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics
Tuition, Fees, and Aid
|Estimated Investment for Degree (2022-23)||$59,820|
Tuition does not include books, computer equipment, software licensing fees or living expenses. Visit the Cost of Attendance page on the Financial Aid website for more information. Tuition is expected to increase 2-4% per year.
If you are interested in financial aid to help finance your graduate education, once admitted, you will work with the University of Chicago’s Student Loan Administration office.
To understand the types of financial assistance available and to gather additional information, please visit the University of Chicago Financial Aid webpage for graduate students.
Note that eligibility for Federal loans requires students to be enrolled in at least two courses per quarter. The Graham School program staff can assist students in applying for financial aid upon admission to its programs. Please visit the Graham School Tuition, Financing, and Billing page for more information.
For information and assistance with employer tuition benefits, please visit the University of Chicago Bursar website.
The Alumni Scholar program gives Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics graduates the opportunity to continue their education by returning to their program to take additional courses at a significant discount.
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
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