Tuition Comparison

The chart below provides the tuition prices for UF Health master’s degree programs based on what type of student you are.* The online prices in the chart reflect the tuition and fees for the online gerontology master’s degree and graduate certificate programs and the online medical physiology and aging master’s degree program. They are online, non-thesis programs. While comparable, the on-campus program used in this chart is thesis-based and not the same program as the non-thesis master’s degree in gerontology, master’s degree in medical physiology and aging and the graduate certificate in gerontology programs offered online.

Master’s Degree in Gerontology

On Campus (Florida resident) on campus (out-of-state resident) online (Master’s Degree) Online (Graduate Certificate)
Tuition $448.73 $448.73 $550.00 $550.00
Capital Improvement Fund $6.76 $6.76 $6.76 $6.76
Student Financial Aid $22.43 $22.43 $22.43
Technology Fee $6.56 $6.56 $6.56 $6.56
Activity and Service Fee $19.06 $19.06
Athletic Fee $1.90 $1.90
Health Fee $15.81 $15.81
Transportation Fee $9.44 $9.44
Non-Resident Fee $690.21
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid $34.51
Total Tuition and Fees Per Credit Hour $530.69 $1255.41 $585.75 $563.32

Master’s Degree in Medical Physiology and Aging

On Campus (Florida resident) on campus (out-of-state resident) online (Florida resident) Online (out-of-state resident)
Tuition $448.73 $448.73 $448.73 $650.00
Capital Improvement Fund $6.76 $6.76 $6.76 $6.76
Student Financial Aid $22.43 $22.43 $22.43 $22.43
Technology Fee $6.56 $6.56 $6.56 $6.56
Activity and Service Fee $19.06 $19.06
Athletic Fee $1.90 $1.90
Health Fee $15.81 $15.81
Transportation Fee $9.44 $9.44
Non-Resident Fee $690.21
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid $34.51
Total Tuition and Fees Per Credit Hour $530.69 $1255.41 $484.48 $685.75

UF Bursar – Tuition and Fees

UF Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships | Financial Aid at the University of Florida (ufl.edu)

*Per Florida Board of Governor Regulation 8.002 (2.a.2.): If a self-supporting program is a track under an existing E&G program or has a similar existing E&G program (similar meaning within the same CIP code), universities must provide students with a side-by-side tuition and fee comparison and maintain this information on their website. This information shall be publicized in catalogs and all other sections of the university’s public-facing website that provide information about the program and any nonpublic websites or applications that provide information about the program. Universities must also provide students with information about financial assistance and obligations for repayment of loans for these programs.