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Master of Science in Medical Sciences (MSMS)



  • All budgets are estimated costs and subject to change.
  • The budget is for the student and educational expenses during the period of enrollment only.
Tuition & Fees First Year
11 Months
Tuition 31,605
Student Body Fees 40
Graduation Fees 350
Osmosis Software 160
Exam Soft 70
Student Health Record Fee 43
Budget Items/Estimated Costs First Year
11 Months
Books & Supplies 862
Living Expenses (room + food) 21,296
Misc. Personal Expenses 6,847
Transportation 3,984
Background Check 50
Loan Fees First Year
11 Months
Direct Unsubsidized Loan Fees 217
Grad PLUS Loan Fees 1,904
Total Estimated Budget (subject to change) 67,428

The average indebtedness for the WesternU Master of Science in Medical Sciences program for the last 4 years:

2018 Graduates $48,331
2019 Graduates $36,993
2020 Graduates $44,490
2021 Graduates $37,243

This was based on graduates that had WesternU debt.

The Master of Science in Medical Sciences program has two disbursements per academic year. One disbursement in the fall before school starts and one in the spring.

To see a sample of what your loan repayment schedule may look like, please visit the Federal Student Aid Repayment Estimator Calculator.

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Financial Aid and Scholarships

Western University of Health Sciences provides financial support to recruit and retain outstanding students. No one should think that higher education is beyond his or her reach simply because of cost. With the help of federal, state, institutional and private funded scholarships and awards, students can achieve their educational goals for the future. Many WesternU colleges and programs offer incoming students recruitment scholarships based on the strength of a student’s admissions application and interview as well as their contributions to the community. A separate application is not required. When a student is accepted into the program and selected for a scholarship, the offer will be made at the same time that the admissions offer is made.