Tuition and Fees
*Tuition in the 2017-18 academic year is $4,160 per course. Full course tuition is due at the time of registration. All other fees are payable as noted below.*Please note: 2017-2018 tuition rates are tentative pending approval by the Board of Trustees.
The application fee is $75 for all programs. The application fee must be submitted with the application and is not refundable under any circumstances.
Some courses require, in addition to tuition, field trip, laboratory, technology, and thesis fees. These fees, specified in the Course Schedule (advanced.jhu.edu/registration) for each semester/term, are payable at the same time as the regular tuition charges and are nonrefundable.
A technology fee of $175 will be added for each online class in which a student registers.
Registration is open for approximately two months prior to the start of a semester/term, offering several ways for students to register. Late registration starts the day after registration ends and requires a $150 fee. Check the Academic and Registration Calendar for late registration deadlines. Students registering late should check the Refund Schedule. Students who wish to register late can fax their registration to 202.452.1970.
Continuous Enrollment Fee
Effective fall 2013 and beyond, all newly enrolled AAP students pursuing a master’s degree or graduate certificate must continuously enroll in their academic program during Fall and Spring semesters in order to maintain good standing and admission status. January intersession, May intensive and summer sessions have been excluded from this requirement. Continuous enrollment entitles students to advising services, career services, and use of the Johns Hopkins facilities, including library facilities. AAP students will still have a maximum of 5years to complete all degree requirements applied toward graduation. Exemptions from the continuous enrollment policy will be granted only for documented medical emergencies, approved leave of absence, or military services. Requests for the exemption to the policy should be made to email@example.com with supporting documentation. Those requesting an office Leave of Absence, should complete the online Leave of Absence Request form. Students who are not continuously enrolled in courses will be charged a non-refundable fee of $75 for each term of non-credit enrollment.
Thesis Continuation Fee
Students who are in a thesis course and do not finish the thesis in the semester in which they enrolled for it must pay a continuation-of-enrollment fee of $500 for each subsequent semester/term until a final grade has been submitted. Students submit a registration form with payment to the Enrollment Office. This fee also allows students to continue using university facilities such as libraries, and the Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory (JHED).
The graduation fee is $100 and is payable upon receipt of a bill from the Student Accounts office. Student Accounts sends this bill in October to students who completed degree requirements during the summer term; in March to those who completed requirements in the fall; and in April to spring graduates.
Course Fees for the IIF Certificate are the same as regular Applied Economics courses. In addition, candidates for the IIF Certificate must pass the single-session mini-course on Forecasting in Organizations, which costs $400.
For information about refund policy, please visit the Tuition and Fees page.
MBA Courses in Dual Degrees
Tuition rates for the MBA are available on the Carey Business School website.
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Note: Students should be aware of state-specific information for online programs. For more information, please contact an admissions representative.
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