Tuition is subject to change each academic year. For current tuition rates please visit the Tuition and Fees page for Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) programs. The MS in Physiology tuition is included in the category of Biomedical Graudate Education programs; please do not reference the figures for the "Special Master's in Physiology (SMP)" which is a different program.
Full-time students pay a flat tuition fee while part-time students pay per credit hour. Payments are due in two installments at the beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters.
Georgetown University does not offer tuition waivers.
For new full-time students entering in the Fall semester who are US citizens or permanent residents, there are three significant merit-based scholarship opportunities for high-achieving applicants to Biomedical Graudate Education (BGE) at Georgetown University. Important note:Applications for each of these three scholarships are due two weeks after your application submission date (the date on which you submit your application through the online portal and pay the application fee). Click below for full details, eligibility criteria, and application instructions.
Financial aid for the MS in Physiology program is available in the form of both federal and private loans. It is recommended that you begin the process of applying for financial aid as soon as you are accepted.
Students accepted to the Summer cohort of the MS in Physiology program who are applying for financial aid will also need to fill out a Georgetown University Graduate Summer Aid Application, which can be found at the bottom of the How to Apply for Financial Aid page.
Financial aid for MS in Physiology students is under the purview of the Office of Student Financial Services on the Main Campus NOT the Medical School Financial Aid Office. If you applied to and were wait-listed at Georgetown University School of Medicine, and filled out financial aid forms from the medical school, you must fill out additional forms on the main campus. It is important that you do so, otherwise your financial aid could be seriously delayed, resulting in you not receiving aid until October or later.
For more information on financial aid, and to obtain the appropriate forms, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 202-687-4547.