Tuition and Financing
An investment worth making.
Tuition and Fees
The Master of Management of Health Care program cost for the 2015-16 academic year:
- Tuition: $49,950
- Books, Supplies, Meals: $3,998
Financing Your MBA
Some Master of Management in Health Care students receive some level of financial support from their employers. Sponsoring organizations enjoy many benefits from this investment. However, typically about 4 percent of students are fully self-funded.
How Your Organization Benefits from Your Studies
Almost from day one, Vanderbilt Master of Management in Health Care students apply classroom and project learning to solve problems back at work. Their heightened knowledge and skills make them more valuable, versatile managers – blending quantitative and financial acumen, leadership, and strategic planning to support organizational challenges. Executive perspective is enchanced to support organization-wide goals.
Master of Management in Health Care students may apply for U.S. Government loans as full-time students via the Vanderbilt Financial Aid Office.
To learn more about your loan options, visit the following websites: Vanderbilt Financial Aid
Because students are working executives capable of funding education through corporate sponsorships, loans and cash flow, scholarships for the program are not available.
Yellow Ribbon Program
Vanderbilt University is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program. At Vanderbilt, all students who qualify for the Yellow Ribbon program are entitled to receive a Yellow Ribbon award.
The POE must be 100% for the student to be considered for the Yellow Ribbon Program. Dependents (spouse or children) receiving the Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry scholarship are not eligible for the Yellow Ribbon program.
Service members and their spouses are not eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program if the service member is active duty. Children of a service member who is on active duty are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program.
The Owen Graduate School of Management awards up to $10,000 in Yellow Ribbon funds based on the unmet need of a student.
Yellow Ribbon funds are distributed after the national cap for the Post-9/11 GI Bill has been expended. Yellow Ribbon funds are awarded for each semester or session in which the student has requested certification provided that the student has unmet need. Yellow Ribbon awards may reduce, or be reduced by, other institutional aid awarded. The university will review its Yellow Ribbon commitment each year. Participation levels may vary in future years.
Further information regarding the use of veterans' educational benefits at Vanderbilt University may be found at: http://registrar.vanderbilt.edu/va-benefits/ and http://registrar.vanderbilt.edu/va-benefits/veterans-educational-benefits/.
Questions regarding VA educational benefits should be directed to the VA School Certifying Official in the Office of the University Registrar at: firstname.lastname@example.org.