Tuition and Fees
The Beazley Institute and Loyola's Office of Student Financial Assistance are committed to helping students secure the necessary financial resources to make their legal education at Loyola affordable.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees for all health law graduate programs are set by the Office of the Bursar. Tuition is generally set per credit hour with the exception of a few courses with set fees, as indicated on the tuition page. Fees do not include the cost of textbooks.
Online students are not charged a technology fee, student health insurance, CTA U-Pass or other campus-based fees. Tuition and fees do not include the cost to obtain computer equipment, and an Internet provider to access the online Learning Management System. These costs are estimated to be:
- Computer equipment: $1,000 (If you don't already own one.)
- Internet Service Provider: $29.95-$49.95 per month (If you don't already subscribe.)
- Microsoft Word or WordPerfect: Market Price or $70 (student rate)
- Travel/Lodging for Education Immersion Weekends: $1,000 per weekend (travel, hotel, some meals)
Tuition Due Dates and Payment Plans
Contact the Office of the Bursar for tuition payment due dates and policies and tuition payment plans that allow you to pay as you go. Term payment plans are available for the Fall and Spring semesters only. The annual payment plan is not an option for this program. The Office of the Bursar provides additional information on these policies.
For all Loyola courses and across all degree programs, withdrawing from courses after the start of a term may incur charges. Students should consult the Office of the Bursar’s Withdrawal Policy and the official withdrawal schedule for each term for further information.
There are a number of private and government loan programs available to students enrolled in health law graduate programs. Please visit Loyola’s Financial Aid Office for more information.
Campus Student Scholarships
There are several scholarship and fellowship opportunities for students enrolled in Loyola’s campus-based JD Health Law Certificate and LLM in Health Law programs.