Tuition and Fees
The cost of an education at the University of Kansas is competitive with other top health informatics programs. Use the tuition and fees button below to visit the Registrar's Office site for current tuition rates and required campus fees. You will find health informatics in the Interprofessional Programs section. Most courses are online.
Costs for the program vary and are subject to change each year. Completion of the Master of Science in Health Informatics program, based on fees which are set through spring 2022, will require approximately $28,000 for Kansas residents and $34,000 for non-residents. This estimate does not include the cost of books, supplies, insurance or living expenses. During semesters in which all of a student's courses are online, only limited campus fees apply (i.e. student health, student records, library and counseling/education support). This amounts to approximately half of the normal campus fees for spring and fall semesters. No campus fees apply during a summer semester, if all courses are taken online.
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