Quinnipiac University Law

LLM in Health Law Tuition and Financial Aid

Costs and Budgets

The Cost of Attendance for the LLM Program in Health Law represents expenditures for a nine-month academic year at Quinnipiac University School of Law. It also represents the maximum financial aid, including scholarships and loans you may receive for that academic period. The below budget adequately covers your tuition and fees, books and supplies, living expenses and fairly represents average costs for our students.
Total: $75,544 $66,660
Cost Off-Campus Budget Parents' Home Budget
Tuition: $46,080 $46,080
Fees: $940 $940
Books: $1,400 $1,400
Living Allowance:    
     Housing $13,360 $4,476
     Food $4,280 $4,280
     Misc. Expenses $6,317 $6,317
Transportation: $2,961 $2,961
Loan Fees: $206 $206

These costs reflect 2024-25 charges. The full-time budget is based on 12 credits per semester at $1,920 per credit hour. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Amounts listed for books, personal and transportation expenses are estimated allowances that are not part of a student’s bill but are included for budgeting.

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