Cost, Aid & Assistance
Invest in Your Future in Health Law
The MS in Health Law and Strategy program is designed to allow you to work while you earn your degree, so you can put what you learn into practice right away. This unique program positions you for promotions within the healthcare industry, or for the opportunity to change or pursue careers in healthcare.
The Class of 2023 program fee is USD $87,510. This fee includes tuition, registration/service fees, course materials, and official events. Hotel and travel expenses for the residencies are not included.
A non-refundable tuition pre-payment of $1,000 is required to secure a spot in the class and begin the pre-program coursework.
The program fee will be paid in installments of approximately:
- $28,170 for the Fall 2022 semester
- $29,170 for the Spring 2023 semester
- $29,170 for the Summer 2023 semester
Dates are subject to change based on the NYU University Bursar calendar.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
There are no scholarships offered for this program, however most US citizens or permanent residents are eligible for federal student loans. Private student loans are available to US citizens or permanent residents and international students, if eligible.
Applying for Financial Aid
To apply for financial aid, please submit the FAFSA using the code for NYU: 002785 as soon as you start your application. All eligible admitted students will be reviewed for federal financial aid, provided that they complete the most recent FAFSA and submit all necessary items to the NYU Office of Financial Aid.
After completing the FAFSA, students may be eligible for Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans and the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan:
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan: The Direct Unsubsidized loan can cover up to $20,500 per academic year.
- Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan: The Graduate PLUS Loan can cover up to the cost of attendance minus any financial aid received.
Need-based application fee waivers may also be available for applicants experiencing financial hardship. Applicants must provide a written statement of financial need, accompanied by documentation of financial status.
Some employers may provide tuition benefits, including tuition reimbursement or loans, to employees seeking a graduate degree. If you think you may be eligible for financial assistance from your employer, reach out to your human resources or employee benefits department.
Yellow Ribbon Program
NYU School of Law is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon program. Yellow Ribbon is a part of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 and provides education benefits to military veterans who have served on active duty since September 11, 2001. Beginning with the fall 2018 semester, NYU School of Law will contribute the maximum amount in Yellow Ribbon benefits to be matched by the VA for all Yellow Ribbon eligible veterans.
To learn more about the Yellow Ribbon Program, please visit the NYU School of Law website.
For more information about applying for VA benefits, please visit the Veteran Students at NYU Law page.