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DNP Costs

Post-Master’s DNP costs

Your program costs will depend on your individual plan of study.

The estimated costs for tuition and fees for the Post-Master’s DNP program (10 CUs) is $60,000.

 

DNP Nurse Anesthesia

The DNP Anesthesia program is a full-time, 3-year program.

Full time

The total costs (tuition and fees) of the 2018-21 full-time DNP Anesthesia program is as follows:

  • 36 month program costs (34 CU program): $211,633

To be considered a full-time student you must have a course load of 3 CUs or more per semester, including summer terms; anything less, in any semester, is considered part-time. If you apply as a full-time student, but switch to part-time, lowering the number of CUs you take per semester will decrease the cost of your tuition and fees, which will in turn lower your student budget and reduce your financial aid eligibility. You will no longer be eligible for nursing grant or endowed scholarship funds.

The charts below outline costs based on the school year/summer sessions as well as include estimated other expenses like housing. 

DNP Anesthesia full-time (Fall 2018 & Spring 2019)

Tuition and Fees

 $47,286

Housing

 $9,351

Meals

 $4,635

Books ‡

 $1,318

Personal ‡

 $6,272

Total

$68,862


‡ Please keep in mind that the school does not bill the student for books and personal expenses. We do, however, build these figures into the Student Budget to better help students and their families plan for all costs associated with a Penn Nursing education. Likewise, we give financial aid based on the entire student budget, not just on the cost of tuition and fees.

DNP Anesthesia part-time (Summer 2018 - per course)

Tuition

$5,366

General Fee

$394

Total

$5,760

 

Graduate summer living expenses

Total (both sessions)

$5,010