Tuition and Financial Aid

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and our Office of Financial Aid partnered to share tips for all prospective and incoming students on how to optimize your unique financial aid package. We invite you to view the "Financial Aid Prep - School of Medicine Master's and Post-bacc Programs" webinar recording.

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Tuition Costs and Breakdown

Fall 2024/Spring 2025 tuition is $2,248 per credit hour, capped at $26,965 per semester.

Fall 2024 Spring 2025
12 Credit Hours 12 Credit Hours
$26,965 $26,965
Total Tuition Cost: $53,930

Tuition rates are reduced in the summer semester and this helps reduce the overall cost of attending the program if courses are taken over the summer semester.

Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Summer 2024*
12 Credit Hours 9 Credit Hours 3 Credit Hours
$26,965 $20,232 $3,273
Total Tuition Cost: $50,469

*Summer 2025 Tuition Costs have not been determined at this time.

Financial Aid

Our University Financial Aid Office administers all financial aid and has comprehensive information for post-baccalaureate students on their main website

Once students are accepted into the program, they should complete the FAFSA application

To receive federal financial aid, students must: 

Types of Aid

Graduate Student North Star Award

We invite scholars from our partnering Minority Serving Institution (MSI) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) to join our community. Learn More

Student Loan Options 

For post-baccalaureate students, there are three types of low-interest loans available. They include: 

PRIME Scholarships

The PRIME program offers a limited number of merit-based scholarships of up to $5000 at the time of admission into the program. No additional application is needed. These scholarships are awarded to highly competitive students for the full academic year and can be applied to the summer semester(s). For most consideration, submit your application earlier in the cycle.

Outside Scholarships 

Students are highly encouraged to search and apply for outside scholarships. Look to outside scholarship search engines, employers, local foundations, clubs, and community scholarship opportunities. Students should notify the Office of University Financial Aid of any outside scholarships received.

Additional details on financial aid for the PRIME program can be viewed on the Financial Aid website.