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MS in Nursing Tuition and Financial Aid

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Costs and Budgets

The MS in Nursing program allows students to pursue their degree either full-time or part-time while choosing either the Adult-Gerontology or the Family Nurse Practitioner specialty. Tuition is based on a per credit rate at the graduate level.

Direct Graduate Costs

Direct costs are expenses billed to you by Quinnipiac University such as tuition, university fees, insurance, housing and meal plan when applicable.

Adult-Gerontology Specialty - Full Time
Tuition and Fees (estimate)* Fall / Spring Summer Fall / Spring Summer
Full-Time Study $25,890 $8,890 $16,440 $6,785

 

Adult-Gerontology Specialty - Part Time
Cost or Fee Fall / Spring Fall / Spring Summer Fall / Spring Summer
Tuition and Fees (estimate)* $13,940 $11,680 $8,955 $16,440 $6,785

 

Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty - Full Time
Cost or Fee Fall / Spring Summer Fall / Spring Summer
Tuition and Fees (estimate)* $25,890 $8,890 $16,440 $6,785

 

Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty - Part Time
Cost or Fee Fall / Spring Fall / Spring Summer Fall / Spring Summer
Tuition and Fees (estimate)* $13,940 $11,680 $8,955 $16,440 $6,785

*Direct cost estimates are based on the 2021-22 graduate tuition rate of $1,085 per credit. Tuition and fees are subject to annual updates. Additional costs details are available in the Graduate Tuition and Financial Aid section.