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Tuition and Fees

With respect to financial planning, applicants are strongly encouraged to have a financial plan in place, as well as a back up plan, prior to making application to the program. As a member of the State University System of Florida, tuition at FIU is among the lowest in the country. Nonetheless, full-time graduate students in any program need to have a sound financial plan in place that will enable them to focus on their education and not be distracted by their finances while in school. FIU changes a differential tuition and fee based on a number of individual variables.

a. The following table summarizes the in-state and out-of-state tuition costs for FIU’s undergraduate nursing programs for the current academic year. Other fees and costs such as, but not limited to housing, meals, books, etc. are not included in the calculations.

DNP Nurse Anesthetist Program
Program Credits 106
Program Semesters 9
Resident Tuition $79,372.97
Non-Resident Tuition $135,659.41


The estimated costs factoring tuition, lab fees, athletic fees, health fees, parking, photo ID and other program fees for the Master of Science DNP Nurse Anesthetist degree program is $79,372.97 for resident (In-State) students and $135,659.41 for non-resident (Out-Of-State) students.  All costs are estimated and subject to change.

  • The Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers a number of scholarship opportunities to eligible students.  Visit our scholarship page to review the scholarships currently available for the academic year.
  • To learn more about other financial assistance opportunities available through the university, please consult the FIU Financial Aid department.