Master's Degree in Maternal and Child Health: Cost
University tuition rates are set by the North Carolina Legislature each Academic Year. The cost is per credit hour.
Certificate in Maternal and Child Health Leadership: Cost
Online degree and Certificate program applicants who claim to be North Carolina legal residents for tuition purposes will be asked to complete a Residency Status Form during the application process. Check the Graduate School for complete residency information
. A North Carolina State Residence Classification manual
is available for more information concerning NC residency for tuition purposes.
Tuition waiver for UNC-CH employees
All university employees who are taking advantage of the tuition waiver program must submit a new tuition waiver form each semester to the Benefits department. Please be sure that you make a note beside the course you are taking to indicate that you are registering for a Distance Learning course
so that the paperwork is correct for the cashier office. This is very important!
Please have the Benefits department forward a copy to Carrie Aldrich, Campus Box 7445.
If you are actively serving in the military, you can qualify (if approved) for the military tuition benefit. The form needs to be completed and mailed to Carrie Aldrich, Student Services Manager (see Contact us
). Go to the UNC web site for Military tuition benefits
UNC-CH is approved by the Veterans Administration as a training facility for veterans. The Office of Veterans Services, located in the University Registrar's Office, coordinates services to veterans, dependents, guardsmen and reservists attending classes and receiving veteran's benefits. Go to the UNC web site for Veteran Benefits
for more information.
Last updated September 21, 2012