We strive to be transparent and provide students and perspective students with the information they need to make informed decisions about their educational funding. This page will provide you with information about typical earnings outcomes, borrowing amount, cost of attendance, tuition and fees and sources of financial aid.

Typical earnings outcomes

Program Name

Typical Earnings Outcome

Art Therapy & Counseling


The average salary for counselors and art therapists can vary depending on factors such as location, experience, credentials, licensure, and type of employment (e.g., private practice, health care setting, or nonprofit organization). In the United States, the average salary for an art therapist is around $50,000 to $60,000 per year. Private practice settings, counselors, and art therapists with licenses have higher income earning potential.


Biomedical Research, Masters


Biomedical Research, PHD


Doctor of Health Sciences


Doctor of Medical Science


Doctor of Medicine Program

$64,000 on average in residency. Salaries increase after residency based on specialty, location & type of employment.

Doctor of Occupational Therapy

$79,800 to $105,100 based on practice settings & state.

Healthcare Administration


Laboratory Animal Science

$60,000-$80,000 depending on job description. 

Medical & Health Professions Education, Masters

Salary varies based on education, experience and career.

Medical & Health Professions Education, PHD

Salary varies based on education, experience and career.

Medical Masters

No salary projections. Program prepares students for medical school.  If student successfully completes medical school & residency, see Doctor of Medicine earnings outcome.

Molecular Diagnostic and Precision Medicine


Pathologists’ Assistant


Physician Assistant


Public Health (Epidemiology, Applied Data Science Health Management & Policy)

$78,520-$104,830 depending on concentration

Reproductive Clinical Science, Masters


Reproductive Clinical Science, PHD


Surgical Assisting

$66,560 - $100,000

Salaries vary depending on factors such as location and employer type (e.g., hospital [$66,560-$79,960] or healthcare staffing company [$83,200 – 100,000]).


Information in this section will provide you data regarding tuition & fees and the cost of attendance budgets. 

The Cost of Attendance is the total cost you can anticipate to pay for tuition, fees, health insurance (if applicable), and living expenses (housing, food, transportation, and personal expenses).

Sources of financial aid and amounts

As a graduate professional student, you are eligible from non-need based financial aid. Your federal loan eligibility will be for the Unsubsidized loan and the graduate PLUS Loan.  The maximum eligibility for the Unsubsidized loan is $20,500 per year. MD, MPH and MHA students have slightly higher limits. Please check with Financial Aid for more information on increased eligibility. 

The Graduate PLUS loan amounts will vary depending on the cost of attendance budget for your program.  The amount of the graduate plus loan will be the cost of attendance minus all other award financial aid. For more information about other sources of aid, please visit the types of aid page