Tuition & Aid

The following is an estimate of in-state and out-of-state program tuition costs for the current academic year. University fees and text-book/supplies cost estimates are included in the calculations. Housing and meal costs are not.

Since tuition and fees can change on an annual basis, these figures are provided as an estimate.

Resident Tuition Costs
Tuition only (61 credits)$43,691
Tuition + Est. costs$48,345
Non-Resident Tuition Costs
Tuition only (58 credits)$77,000
Tuition + Est. costs$81,654

Financial Assistance

The Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers several financial aid and scholarship opportunities to eligible students. Visit our Scholarship page to learn more.

Make sure to visit FIU OneStop to see if you qualify for financial aid or scholarships through the university. Scholarship and aid opportunities are periodically available throughout the academic school year.

You can also find a scholarship that’s right for you through Academic Works -- a website that matches FIU students with relevant scholarships opportunities. Academic Works is an online scholarship application tool where FIU students can browse and apply for more than 100 scholarships made possible by the generosity of FIU alumni and friends.  Students can apply after they are matriculated into one of our programs. 

Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students (SDS) Grant

Health Resources & Services Administration’s Bureau of Health Workforce has awarded the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) the Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students (SDS) grant. This SDS grant aims to increase the enrollment and retention of full-time students who will be working in primary care or medically underserved communities. The SDS also seeks to increase diversity in the health professions. First and second-year CSD graduate students from disadvantaged backgrounds who have a financial need are invited to apply. For more information, please contact Dr. Mariateresa (Teri) H. Muñoz, Principal Investigator, at or Dr. Monica S. Hough, CSD Department Chair and Co-Investigator, at