Online MHA (OMHA) Tuition & Financial Aid
Online MHA Program Fees
Per Credit Hour
Total Number of Credits
Total Program Cost
$900 per credit hour
30 credits total
Program Fees for the Online MHA total $27,000. Course fees are $2,000 per course and are billed per semester for course(s) taken in a particular semester. On average, a student can expect to take two courses in the summer semester, three courses in the spring, and three courses in the fall. Students may choose to increase or decrease their course load, and the account billing summary will automatically adjust according to the number of actual courses taken.
Program Fees are the same for Florida residents, out-of-state residents, and international students.
Online MHA Program Fees include:
- Student ID card
- Guaranteed schedule for the entire program
- Pre-program new student orientation and student engagement activities
- Access to workshops and seminars
- Digital parking permit
- Support: advising, tech support, financial services, career guidance
- Lifetime discounted rates on professional development courses
- 24/7 access to dedicated group study rooms
- Access to all Microsoft Office products
- Tutoring services available for quantitative core courses
- Graduation regalia
- Graduation banquet
- Student Membership to the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
- 1:1 Faculty Mentoring (Faculty Ambassador Program)
- Leadership Bootcamp
Methods of Payment
1. Federal Financial Aid
Students whose method of tuition payment is federal financial aid should complete
the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Most students who apply for Federal Financial Aid (Stafford Loan) via the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are eligible for $20,500 per academic year in loans. The awarded amount is divided into two semesters - fall and spring. Once awarded, the funds can be declined, decreased or accepted in the amount awarded. The amount of tuition covered by the financial aid is deferred until the aid award is disbursed.
View the FAU Financial Aid database for additional information.
2. Tuition Reimbursement
A copy of your company tuition reimbursement policy is required by our office. We will provide information to you required by your Department of Human Resources.
Students who are using full or partial tuition reimbursement as their method of payment receive a grade sheet and invoice or receipt at the end of each semester.
The amount of tuition covered by the tuition reimbursement policy is deferred and should be received up to 30 days after the end of each semester.
Students with partial tuition reimbursement declare a supplemental method of tuition payment. e.g. financial aid or self pay, which covers the remaining tuition.
3. Self- Pay Installments
A payment plan is provided for students who select the self-pay method. There are 4 payment installments in the fall and spring semesters, and 3 payment installments in the summer semester.
4. Private Lending
Private, credit-based lending is accepted by the university to assist students with covering full or partial tuition and fees. Lending companies include banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions. Students are advised to consult with the lending company regarding specific eligibility requirements, interest rates, disbursement options, repayment terms, and other factors.
5. Military/ Veterans Benefits
Students using the GI Bill must complete the VA Certification Request form with all required documents. Upon approval, an FAU VA Official will certify eligibility for funding each semester after being registered for degree-seeking courses and based on continued eligibility. Refer to www.fau.edu/vets for further details, instructions, and resources.
6. Combination of Payment Methods
Upon departmental approval, students can declare any combination of tuition payment methods.