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Tuition & Costs

We strive to make Johns Hopkins affordable for everyone. The information below outlines the full annual cost of a Johns Hopkins education, before financial aid, scholarships, or other awards. Actual cost will vary.

All figures are for the 2017-18 academic year

Undergraduate tuition

School Tuition
School of Arts and Sciences $52,170
School of Engineering $52,170
Peabody Institute $46,328

Students interested in enrolling in the schools of Arts and Sciences and/or Engineering can learn more about how Hopkins families pay for college on the website of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, or by contacting one of our financial advisers, who are available to help students and families fully understand their options and make informed choices.

Graduate (non-doctoral) tuition

School Tuition
School of Advanced International Studies
  • Washington: $47,400
  • Bologna: €36,700
School of Arts and Sciences $52,170
Carey Business School $58,700
($1,330/credit)
School of Education $39,000
School of Engineering $52,170
School of Medicine $51,900
School of Nursing
  • Full-time MSN: $38,184
  • Full-time MSN/MPH: $52,352
Peabody Institute  $46,328
School of Public Health  $65,460
(full-time MPH—5 terms)

 

Doctoral tuition

School Tuition
School of Advanced International Studies
  • Washington: $47,400
  • Bologna: €36,700
School of Arts and Sciences $52,170
School of Education $43,923
School of Engineering $52,170
School of Medicine $51,900
School of Nursing
  • Full-time PhD: $41,580
  • Full-time DNP: $30,078
Peabody Institute  $46,328
School of Public Health  $52,368