Physician Assistant

Master of Medical Science
 
Office of Financial Aid
Terry Finefrock
Senior Associate Director
Bonds Hall
440-826-2108

2015-2017 PA Program Cost

BW's PA program has a comprehensive cost of $72,000 that includes: 

  •     Tuition
  •     Books
  •     Electronic medical resources
  •     One white lab coat
  •     Stethoscope
  •     Consumable lab supplies
  •     Standardized testing fees

Internationally ranked and renowned for its medical facilities, Northeast Ohio offers outstanding career opportunities.  The mean salary for practicing PAs in Ohio is $86,766.  The Department of Labor projects a 39% increase in physician assistant jobs through 2018.

Costs and Financial Assistance

Your BW education is an investment in your future. Baldwin Wallace University works to make your education affordable and achievable, offering comprehensive package pricing, payment plans and student loans.

Total cost of the 2015-2017 MMS Physician Assistant program is $72,000.  This covers the entire 24-month program, including tuition, books, white laboratory coat and stethoscope, electronic medical resources, consumable laboratory fees, and testing fees during the program.

Federal Direct Student Loans

Financial aid available to PA students is limited to the Federal Direct Student Loan Program. These loans have features that make them particularly attractive, including low interest rates, deferred payment options, and flexible repayment schedules. Federal Direct Student Loan eligibility is unsubsidized at the graduate level.  Graduate students are eligible for up to $20,500 per academic year ($51,000 for the 24-month program).  Each student’s eligibility amount may vary, depending on current loan balance.

To apply for a Federal Direct Student Loan, complete the FAFSA, accessible online from BW’s web page, annually.  For the first year of the program, complete the 2015-16 FASFA available after January 1, 2015.

Graduate PLUS Loans

Graduate PLUS loans are available to help graduate students finance any remaining educational costs not covered by other forms of student financial aid, including program costs and estimated living expenses as determined by the financial aid process.

Billing and Payment Plans

Initial bills for each new semester will be mailed to the student in April, July and December.  The student has 30 days to pay his or her bill, after which time a finance charge will be added to any unpaid portion of the bill.  The University has a monthly payment plan available to students, which may be utilized for the entire cost of your financial responsibility, or any tuition not met by loan or other resources.

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