The George Washington University (GW) is committed to promoting accessibility to our educational offerings. Our online programs are priced competitively, and financial aid options are available for degree seeking students.
Tuition for GW’s online Clinical Research Administration, Health Care Quality and Regulatory Affairs graduate programs is $870 per credit hour. Tuition rates are subject to change.
Click here for tuition information for the online Clinical and Translational Research program.
Each registered semester, students are assessed a $35 registration fee. Additional fees apply for textbooks.
Over 60 percent of GW’s students have received some form of financial assistance.
Degree-seeking students who are U.S. citizens may be eligible for federal financial aid. To apply, you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Use GW’s federal school code: 001444.
Working students may also qualify for employee reimbursement. Your employer will have a lot to gain from the skills you will offer with an advanced degree. Talk to your employer to discuss the benefits of furthering your education while you work, bringing immediate value to your organization. GW’s online programming will allow you to grow without interfering with your work commitments. Even without formal reimbursement programs, you may be able to arrange for full or partial reimbursement by speaking with a manager.
Click here to learn more about GW’s online health sciences programs.
For more information about the financial aid application process, available scholarships, or your eligibility, call us at 1-844-386-7323 to speak to an admissions advisor, or request more information today.