Tuition & Financial Aid
Estimated Program Costs
The costs indicated below are only an estimate and may be different from the student's total expenditures. They do not include stipend, tuition remission or any other funding the student might receive.
Beginning January 2023
|Tuition and Required Fees||Amount|
|Tuition (per credit hour)||$1,050.00|
|Administrative Fee (per semester)||$100.00|
The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, requirements and regulations without notice. For more information about billing and financial aid, visit Student Financial Services.
- Tuition for in-state and out-of-state residents is the same.
- Tuition includes, but is not limited, the following:
- Remote library resources
- Academic Live Care counseling services
- Technology resources and support
- Administrative support services
- Student Life Center access
- The off-campus administrative fee is a flat-rate fee that is charged to all students taking online courses.
The Baylor Post-professional OTD Program is proud to offer competitive merit-based scholarships to qualified students. Once enrolled in the program, students can apply for a $1000 to $5000 scholarship which will be applied to their tuition during the capstone stage of the program. Applications for merit-based scholarships will be available through the student orientation course once enrolled in the program. Applications are reviewed by the post-professional committee, comprised of core OT faculty members, staff, and the graduate program director. The following criteria are considered when awarding merit-based scholarships:
- Clinical or academic leadership experience
- Past academic achievement
- Potential for scholarly contribution demonstrated through prior professional presentations and papers
- Professional service at the local, state, or national level
- Professional and educational background, with special consideration given to veterans and active military, OTs located in the McLennan County Texas area, Baylor alumni, and Baylor employees