Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
The tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year (fall and spring semesters) is $47,130 ($23,565 per semester).
This flat tuition charge covers all courses and course fees regardless of the number of credits and includes any electives taken at the Bloomberg School of Public Health or the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. There is an activity fee of $200.
Tuition for 2023 summer courses is $1,175 per credit, also inclusive of course fees.
The usual number of credits earned in the Johns Hopkins post-bac curriculum is 42, which includes all of the core science classes and labs, Medical Tutorials, and Introduction to Clinical Medicine, making the average per-credit cost approximately $1,345. No additional tuition is charged for the MCAT preparation course.
Cost of Attendance Budget Components
Cost of attendance is an estimate of a student’s expenses based on federally established guidelines. This includes the direct costs of tuition and a matriculation fee, and indirect cost estimations based on student survey data of living and other expenses that do not appear on a bill. Actual costs may differ.
|Living Expenses, Housing (Off-Campus)||$11,266||$3,752|
|Living Expenses, Food (Off-Campus)||$7,828||$2,609|
|Miscellaneous Personal Expenses||$1,226||$409|
|Books , Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment||$1,498||$499|
|Average Loan Fees, Federal Direct Student Loan||$55|
Average Federal Direct loan fees are added to the student budget when a student accepts a Federal Direct loan.
If you are a student living in housing on a military base or for which you receive a basic allowance under section 403(b) of title 37 of the United States Code, please contact SEAM to discuss how this may affect your cost of attendance.
Students with special circumstances for unanticipated expenses (see the FA-Budget Adjustment Request Form for examples) can request a budget adjustment to their cost of attendance that may allow for additional federal loan borrowing eligibility.
We realize that the cost of attending a full-time post-baccalaureate premedical program is expensive. A specific financial aid officer will work with you to help you plan and manage the expenses associated with attending the program. Options are available to cover the total cost of attendance, including living expenses.
For more information regarding financial aid and to consult with a financial aid officer, please visit the Office of Student Enrollment and Account Management website.
Get more information about Post-bac Premed Aid and Loans from the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs.
VA Education Benefits
At this time, the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program does not qualify for VA education benefits. The VA is currently reviewing the program to determine eligibility, and we will provide an update should the program be approved.