Tuition and Estimated Fees 2021-2022
|Line Item||Estimated Cost|
|MMCi Events and Student Association||$900|
|Graduate Student Activity Fee||$37|
|Graduate Student Services Fee||$20|
|Books/Coursepacks/other materials – Estimate (Note 1)||$1,000|
|Total Tuition and Fees without scholarship||$65,293|
|Other Expenses (Note 2)|
|Health Insurance (Note 3)||$3,605|
|Rent and Utilities ($1,156 a month)||$13,872|
|Food ($370 a month)||$4,440|
|Transportation ($184 a month)||$2,208|
|Miscellaneous ($400 a month)||$4,800|
|Estimated Loan Fee||$3,375|
|Total Other Expenses||$32,300|
|Total Cost of Attendance for Federal Loan Borrowing||$97,593|
|International Students – See Note 4|
|Tuition, Fees, and Living Allowance amounts are Board of Trustees mandated and subject to change.|
Note 1: Books/course packs cost is an estimate. The actual cost for course packs will be included in student bills. Books will be purchased independently by students and not included in student billing. US students may have Health Insurance fees waived by showing proof of insurance.
Note 2: These costs are estimates for a student who relocates to Durham to complete the program. Combined with tuition and fees, books and course pack costs, these fees make up the Total Cost of Attendance (CoA), which is used to determine the amount of federal loan borrowing that is available for a United States citizen. Read more about the Federal Financial Aid.
Note 3: Health Insurance is an estimated cost. Actual rates are based on age and are posted annually on the Student Health website. Health insurance is required for all students in the program. International students must purchase Health insurance offered through Duke University student Health Services. Domestic students may have health insurance waived by showing proof of insurance. Duke employees may not purchase health insurance through Duke University Student Health services.
Note 4: International students will have to show proof of funding to qualify for a student visa.