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PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences Tuition & Fees

Full tuition scholarships for courses at MGH Institute of Health Professions are given to accepted PhD students each year.

This page outlines tuition and fees for students completing the PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences Program.

2016 - 2017 Academic Year (Includes Fall 2016, Spring 2017, and Summer 2017)

2017 - 2018 Academic Year (Includes Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and Summer 2018)

Tuition - 2016-2017 Academic Year
(Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Summer 2017)

PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences Tuition - Academic Year 2016 - 2017

PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences  Per Credit Hour: $1,125
This tuition is covered  by a scholarship for your first two years.

Students receive a scholarship for the first two years of the program that covers all of the tuition costs for the core courses that are offered at MGH IHP (minimum of 34 credits).

Students are also required to take a minimum of three supplementary courses relevant to their area of research. These supplemental courses are taken at the IHP, or more often at one of the many top-level universities in the Boston Area. 

Tuition costs for these courses may be covered if the courses are taken at institutions with which we have established agreements. Otherwise these additional costs must be covered by the student.

Once the student is in dissertation status, typically starting in the third year and extending through the fourth year, the student is responsible for paying a continuing student fee (see fees below) each semester until the dissertation is completed.

Fees

Except where noted below, the schedule of fees posted here are at the rates for the 2016-2017 Academic Year (fall 2016 through summer 2017) Fees for the 2017-2018 Academic Year (fall 2017-summer 2018) will be decided by the Board of Trustees at their December 2016 meeting, and will be posted here as soon as they become available.

These fees apply to all MGH Institute programs. With the exception of the General Student Fee, fees are non-refundable and subject to change at any time by the Board of Trustees.

General Fees

Application Fee: $100

This non-refundable fee must be submitted with the application for admission. The fee covers the cost of processing the application for admission.

Matriculation Fee: $600

This non-refundable, one-time fee is assessed to all matriculated students at the point of each new matriculation into a degree or certificate program. The fee provides support for administrative, orientation and graduation expenses associated with the student's matriculation.

General Student Fee (per term):

This fee is assessed to all students each semester to provide support for lab expenses, technical support, learning resources, and student services and activities. The General Student Fee is non-refundable after week one of a semester or week one of a shortened module.

General Student Fees for fall 2016 through summer 2017 terms

  • $675 (9 or more credit hours)
  • $500 (6 to 8 credit hours)
  • $330 (3 to 5 credit hours)
  • $100 (Less than 3 credit hours

Continuing Enrollment Fee: $1,180

All matriculated students are required to be enrolled during each semester prior to graduation. This fee is assessed to those students who extend their enrollment by registering for a continuation course in order to complete a terminal project or clinical experience.

Other Charges

Student Deposit: $500

This non-refundable deposit must be submitted to secure the applicant's place in their program. Deposit amount will be credited to the applicant's tuition and fee account.

Late Registration Fee: $150

This fee is assessed to any student when a published registration deadline is missed.

Tuition - 2017-2018 Academic Year
(Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018)

PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences Tuition - Academic Year 2017 - 2018

PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences  Per Credit Hour: $1,170
This tuition is covered  by a scholarship for your first two years.

Students receive a scholarship for the first two years of the program that covers all of the tuition costs for the core courses that are offered at MGH IHP (minimum of 34 credits).

Students are also required to take a minimum of three supplementary courses relevant to their area of research. These supplemental courses are taken at the IHP, or more often at one of the many top-level universities in the Boston Area. 

Tuition costs for these courses may be covered if the courses are taken at institutions with which we have established agreements. Otherwise these additional costs must be covered by the student.

Once the student is in dissertation status, typically starting in the third year and extending through the fourth year, the student is responsible for paying a continuing student fee (approximately equivalent to one credit) each semester until the dissertation is completed.

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