Admissions

Picture your future — then plan for it.

It’s great to have goals. But it’s even better to have a clear plan on how you’ll achieve them. We know the thought and research that went into deciding to earn an advanced degree. That’s why we’ve done our own due diligence to develop financial aid options that accommodate your needs as a Duquesne student. We’re here for you, and will be from start to finish.

Financial Aid

You’ve decided to earn your degree. Now the big question needs to be asked: How are you going to pay for it? Not to worry, we’ve got you covered. Duquesne offers a variety of financial aid options for you to choose from based on your lifestyle and long-term goals.

Choose the option that works for you.

  • Stafford loans (subsidized and unsubsidized)
  • Program-specific loans
  • Privately funded loans
  • Loan forgiveness programs
  • Health administration organization scholarships
  • Student employment opportunities
  • Government grant programs

Cost of Attending the John G. Rangos, Sr. School of Health Sciences at Duquesne University Online

We know how important it is to understand the numbers. And since we want you to be confident in your decision to study with us, below is a summary of expected tuition rates for 2018-2019 — fees and program-specific costs are not included.*

Online Master of Health Administration Program

Cost per credit hour: $1,315
Total credits: 42
Total tuition:  $55,230
Learn more about our online MHA program

Military Admissions

We’re honored that veterans, active-duty servicemembers, members of the National Guard and Reserves, and military dependents trust us to guide them through their next career mission.

We understand the unique needs of students associated with our military, and we aim to provide a military-friendly, quality education to those who serve our country.

We are a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program and accept students who wish to use benefits from the Post 9/11 GI Bill and Montgomery GI Bill. Active-duty military servicemembers may also opt to use Federal Tuition Assistance (TA) programs to fund their education. For more information, visit our Office for Military and Veteran Students website.

Duquesne University offers a number of support services for military members and veterans.

  • Student Veterans of America (SVA)
  • Military Services Clinic
  • Counseling and Wellbeing Center
  • Gumberg Library

Transfer Students

Duquesne University strives to provide quality education for all of our students, which is why the university accepts more than 300 transfer students a year. To find out if you’re eligible to transfer previously earned college credits into one of our programs, contact an enrollment advisor.

International Admissions

A key benefit of our online health administration programs is that you’re able to complete your coursework from wherever you are in the world — it’s not limited to students in the United States. In fact, each year Duquesne University welcomes students from more than 80 countries. That means that not only will your coursework be convenient, it will also be culturally enriched.

You can apply to the John G. Rangos, Sr. School of Health Sciences at Duquesne University School by submitting an online application and your post-secondary education transcripts. All bachelor’s degrees must be from an institution of higher learning and recognized as an acceptable equivalent to a U.S. college or university.

Important Dates

Fall 2019

Application Deadline: July 29, 2019

Class Start Date: August 26, 2019

Registration Deadline: August 30, 2019

Add/Drop Deadline(100% refund): August 30, 2019

Spring 2020

Application Deadline: December 2, 2019

Class Start Date: January 10, 2020

Registration Deadline: January 16, 2020

Add/Drop Deadline(100% refund): January 16, 2020

Summer 2020

TBD