A. Tuition Rates
1. Students in the Program in Occupational Therapy who register for Level II Field Work shall be charged a Clinical Education Tuition Fee of $600.00 for each of these full-time fieldwork experiences.
2. All MS and MS Certificate candidates in the Human Nutrition program shall be charged, upon accepting a place in the incoming class, a non-refundable Admissions Deposit of $500.00. This fee will be applied to the candidate’s first term tuition bill.
3. Tuition for part time candidates in the Psychoanalytic Research Program shall be charged at one-half of the flat rate or $1,288.00 per term. Candidates who have completed their coursework, but have not been granted the program certificate, shall be assessed a $500.00 Continuing Registration charge per term.
4. For the Master of Medical Science degree, no tuition shall be charged. Candidates for this degree continuing beyond the four-year MD program will be charged the Extended Curriculum/Research rate each term. During the Extended Curriculum / Research Term away, the students shall be charged the student health service, medical insurance, disability, and P&S IT and CUMC Technology fees.
5. The new MD curriculum was phased in with the Class of 2013, beginning with the 2009-10 academic year. Prior to this most students who pursued alternate studies left at the end of a semester, but due to the new curriculum structure, students leave and return at various points throughout the term. Candidates for the MD degree who are permitted to complete requirements in more than four years shall be charged the Extended 4th Year Rate each term while not part of the regular curriculum of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. This will also apply for students who are taking a leave of absence midway through a term to pursue scholarly endeavors during their first elective month. During the Extended Curriculum / Research Term Away the students shall be charged the student health service, medical insurance, disability, and P&S IT and CUMC Technology fees. The proposed new billing and program codes for these registrations are:
a. MDEC1; $500.00; Part-time status only
b. MDEC2; $500.00; Full-time status only
c. MDEC3; $14,409.00; Half-time status only
d. MDEC4; $28,817.00; Half-time status only
e. MDEC5; $28,817.00; Full-time status only
f. MDMD4; $500.00; Full-time status only
g. MDMDL; $500.00; Full-time status only
h. MDMDL5; $500.00; Full-time status only
6. Beginning with academic year 2013-14, the Doris Duke program has been renamed The Matheson/5th Year Clinical Research Fellowship Program. Candidates for the M.D. degree who are participants in the Matheson/5th Year Clinical Research Fellowship program shall be charged the flat tuition rate per term. They shall be considered full-time candidates and shall be charged the student health service, medical insurance, and disability and computer access fees. These candidates, with the approval of the P&S Matheson/5th Year Clinical Research Fellowship Program Leader, shall be permitted to register without charge for up to 12 points per year for courses related to their studies; students taking more than 12 points shall be charged at the per-point rate of $1,920.00.
Visiting M.D. candidates who are participants in the Matheson/5th Year Clinical Research Fellowship program shall be charged the flat tuition rate of $500.00 each term. They shall also be charged the student disability, computer access, and transcript fees. These candidates, with the approval of the P&S Matheson/5th Year Clinical Research Fellowship Program Leader, shall be permitted to register without charge for up to 12 points per year for courses related to their studies; students taking more than 12 points shall be charged at the per-point rate $1,920.00.
Visiting candidates who previously participated in the Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship Program shall be allowed to register and return for a period of up to three months in the year following their Fellowship to continue their research projects. They shall not be charged tuition or any fees, and they are not permitted to register for any courses.
7. Visiting medical students taking electives at P&S are not subject to standard tuition and fees, as they enroll at the University for limited periods of time up to a maximum of three months. As an LCME accredited medical school, The College of Physicians and Surgeons participates in exchange programs with all other LCME accredited medical schools, for which the national agreement is that nominal administrative fees are charged for exchange courses. Application fees for visiting medical students are not billed by Student Financial Services.
8. All students enrolled in the DBMI HIT Certificate program shall be required to take four courses for a total of 12 points. Students enrolled in the program shall be charged a flat rate of $8,065.00 per term.
9. The P&S Medical Education Office of Diversity has three grant funded S.T.E.M. pipeline programs for which participants are registered as non-degree students in order to provide limited access to University services and to receive a stipend for their participation in the programs. Students participating in these programs should be exempt from tuition and fees:
a. MDRWJX: The Summer Medical and Dental Education Program is a six-week Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant funded program for undergraduate college students.
b. MDHCOP: NERA-MedPrep is a three-summer HRSA funded grant program in a consortium with Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New Jersey Medical School and the Manhattan Staten Island Area Health Education Center.
c. MSPHSX: The Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP) is a 10 week CDC funded initiative aimed at increasing the diversity of the public health workforce. The program is for undergraduate college students or recent college graduates and includes introductory coursework in public health, epidemiology, and health disparities.
10. As a feature of the new curriculum, candidates for the MD degree who are permitted to take a leave of absence or research term away, during the regular curriculum, will be charged partial tuition based on the number of months participating in the regular curriculum. During these terms, the students will be charged the student health service, medical insurance, disability, and P&S IT and CUMC Technology fees. The proposed new billing and program codes (see attached table) for these registrations are:
MDMD1S; $500; Part-time status
MDMDL1; $500; Part-time status; for returnees participating in the June month; health service fees and insurance may have to be arranged for these students
MDMD2S; $9,606.00 = $4,803.00 x 2 months; Half-time status
MDMD3S; $14,409.00 = $4,803.00 x 3 months; Half-time status
MDMD4S; $19,212.00 = $4,803.00 x 4 months; Half-time status
MDMD5S; $28,817.00 = 5 months – Full Tuition; Full-time status
MDMD2R; $9,606.00 = $4,803.00 x 2 months; Half-time status
MDMD3R; $14,409.00 = $4,803.00 x 3 months; Half-time status
MDMD4R; $19,212.00 = $4,803.00 x 4 months; Half-time status
MDMD5R; $28,817.00 = 5 months – Full Tuition; Full-time status
11. Beginning Fall Term 2016, students entering their first year in the Program in Occupational Therapy will be charged a flat rate per term. Students enrolled in previous semesters will be charged at the per point rate per term.
12. Beginning Fall Term 2016, students in the Physical Therapy program are eligible to enroll in a two-credit Independent Study course and will be charged $500.00 per point.
13. The Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) is a post-professional program. Students in the OTD Program are working professionals who are already licensed Occupational Therapist seeking advanced degree. Beginning Fall 2016, students enrolled in OTD will pay $1,250.00 per enrolled credit. No other program fees will apply. A total of 36 credits will be required to complete the degree. The program is a 75 credit degree but the first 39 credits are transferrable from an earned Master’s Degree.
B. Application Fees
Occupational Therapy (online): $85
Physical Therapy(i): $0.00
Human Nutrition: $95.00
Psychoanalytic Research: $150.00
DBMI HIT Certificate Program: $ 95.00
i. The Program in Physical Therapy subscribes to the Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service (PTCAS) sponsored by the American Physical Therapy Association. All applicants pay a central application fee based on the number of programs to which they apply. No additional application fee will be charged by the Program or the University.
C. Health Service Fees
E. Student Activity Fee
1. College of Physicians & Surgeons
a. Full-time MS Candidates in the Human Nutrition program shall be charged a $500.00 Student Activity Fee during their first term of enrollment in the program.
b. Students enrolled in the DBMI HIT Certificate Program shall be charged a one-time student activity fee of $300.00 during the first term of enrollment.
G. Special Fees
SPECIFIC TO PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS:
1. All students in the Occupational Therapy program shall be charged, per term (Fall and Spring), a non-refundable Program fee for instructional materials and other administrative costs of:
12 or more points: $825.00
0 points - less than 12 points: $500.00
2. All students in the Physical Therapy program shall be charged, per term (Fall and Spring), non-refundable Program fee of $2,500.00 for instructional materials and other administrative costs.
3. MD Program students shall be charged a Program fee of $85.00 per year for instructional materials and other administrative costs.
4. A P&S IT fee of $158.00 per year shall be charged to all students. This is distinct from the CUMC fee that offsets the cost of Microsoft Exchange license.
5. All MD students shall be charged for disability insurance a $68.00 fee for each year of the program.
6. Candidates for the Human Nutrition MS degree who return to the program after an extended absence of more than one year shall be assessed a one-time fee of $110.00 to continue their enrollment in the program.