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Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia
Phase I cost per credit hour (2015-2016)
|Tuition & Fee Total:||$1,083 per credit hour|
This is only an estimate of the tuition and fees. Books, living expenditures and other expenses are included below in the estimated cost of attendance.
Loans will be disbursed for three financial aid years during the course of the MSNA program. Financial aid years begin with Summer I and end the following Spring.
Estimated Cost of Attendance by Financial Aid Year
Cost of attendance is subject to change.
You have a stable career and steady finances as an RN. Is it worth putting your income on hold to become a CRNA? Absolutely.
You're getting the value of a top-tier education at a cost that falls in the mid-level range for private nurse anesthesia schools, and when you’re finished, your starting salary will be at or above $140,000.
You can borrow up to $20,500 per year from your guaranteed federal loans, but you can’t borrow more than $138,500 total, which includes undergraduate student loan debt.
You can borrow what isn’t covered by federal loans through Grad+ Loans or College Access Loans (Texas only) up to the amount of the University’s cost of attendance.
First financial year cost of attendance: $49,515
(Tuition, fees, books, living expenses, etc.)
Minus guaranteed loans: $20,500
Equals first year private loan borrow amount: $29,015
You’ll have approximately $10,000 per year to cover your living expenses. Don’t worry, you can do this. It’s only 28 months, and it gets better after Phase I.
In addition to loan programs, extended payments plans are available. You need to get started early - fill out your FAFSA as soon as possible and start talking about financial aid with us. We can give you help tailored to your financial situation.