Financial Information

 

All financial obligations to the university must be discharged before a student can graduate and obtain a degree. A student will not be considered to have registered in the university until all tuition and fees have been paid in full or deferred in accordance with the deferred payment plan outlined at the end of this section. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Case Western Reserve University and should show the name and SIS User ID (a seven digit institutionally-assigned number) of the student for whom payment is made.

 

Tuition Charges

 

Students registered in the undergraduate colleges and the School of Nursing will be charged tuition according to the following schedule for 2009–2010:

 

Students registered in the School of Graduate Studies and Mandel School will be charged according to the following schedule for 2009–2010:

Students enrolled in undergraduate courses for the summer session will be charged at a rate, which is one-half of the previous semester’s per credit hour charge.

 

Registration in the fall or spring semester for more than 9 credit hours of dissertation research or more than a total 16 graduate credit hours requires special permission of the dean of graduate studies. Such permission is also necessary for summer session registration in excess of 6 graduate credit hours.

 

Dental Medicine

 

Students who entered the School of Dental Medicine in fall 2006 will be charged $49,486 for the 2009-2010 academic year. Students who entered the dental program after fall 2006 will pay $49,780 for the 2009-2010 academic year. Dental medicine students pay additional tuition for each summer clinic. For summer 2009, this amount is $2,265.

 

Medicine

 

The tuition rate for students is $45,930.

 

Management

 

Students in the various programs administered by the Weatherhead School of Management have a tuition rate established for the duration of the program at time of entry.

 

Full-time students entering the Accelerated MBA program in fall 2009 will be charged $18,500/semester. Full-time MBA students entering fall 2009 are charged $18,500/semester for 12-20 hours. Students entering prior to fall 2009 are charged $17,661/semester for 12-20 hours. Credit hours in excess of 20 during a semester will be assessed an additional $1,542 per credit hour for new students and $1,439 per credit hour for continuing students. The part-time MBA rate will be $1,542 per credit hour. Part-time MBA students enrolling for more than 12 credit hours will pay $18,500 plus $1,542 for each credit hour over 12. First-year students in the Executive Master of Business Administration program are charged $41,400 for the academic year 2009–2010. Second-year students will pay $40,320 for the academic year and $9,660 for summer 2009. Students in the Executive Doctor of Management program will be charged $37,300 if they entered prior to fall 2008 for the 2009–2010 academic year. Students entering fall 2009 will be charged $45,000 for the 2009–2010 academic year. Students in the MSM-BA, MAcct, MSM-SC, MSM-OR, or MSM-Finance will pay $18,500 for 12 or more hours. The part-time rate is $1,542 for the 2009–2010 academic year.

 

Law

 

In the School of Law, students pursuing a J.D. degree, taking 10 credit hours or more will be charged $38,575 for the 2009-2010 academic year if entering the program in fall 2009. Students who entered prior to fall 2009 will be charge $38,050. the part-time rate is $1,607 per semester.

 

Mandel School

 

In the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, a student in the master’s program will be charged $16,500 per semester for the 2009–2010 academic year for enrollment between 12 and 16 credits in a semester. The part-time rate of $1,100 applies to students taking 1-11 credits in a semester. Full-time students enrolled for credit hours in excess of 16 will be assessed an additional $1,100 per credit hour. Doctoral candidates will be charged $1,375 per credit hour to a maximum of $16,500 per semester for registrations of 12 or more credit hours. Students enrolled in the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations will be charged $1,375 per credit hour to a maximum of $16,500 per semester for 12 or more credit hours.