Regulatory Affairs Tuition

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Regulatory Affairs Tuition

Tuition rates and fees are listed on the Master's Program Costs website. Tuition is listed per course unit and students are able to register for a maximum for 2 course units per term. View the program tuition costs by visiting the Master's Program Costs website and scroll to the Regulatory Affairs section, click on the title to expand and view the tuition. 

Penn employees have access to tuition benefits, learn more about the Graduate Tuition Benefits

The MRA degree has a total of 10 course units; the Regulatory Affairs Certificate has a total of 4 course units.  Elective course units taken in the summer will be determined by the home school that offers that course.

FY 2023 is a 2.9% tuition increase. 

Additional Costs

Regulatory Affairs is a fully online program. As such, students are expected to have technology tools (including a personal computer with a working webcam and microphone) and Internet access sufficient for video calling. These costs depend on the type of technology students choose; many students will find that they already own appropriate equipment. 

In general, Regulatory Affairs courses do not require the purchase of textbooks, with the exception of REG 6260: Patent Law for Drug Development, for which textbook costs range from $40-150. Courses taken as electives outside of Regulatory Affairs may have additional textbook costs. 

International Costs

Students Residing in India:

  • Update on the India OIDAR (Online Information Database Access and Retrieval) Tax: Effective October 1, 2023, Penn is required to assess and collect India’s 18% OIDAR tax on transactions where Penn has provided goods or services through the medium of the internet, which are consumed by an individual (not a business) within India. The locality of the consumer is deemed by learning from address, billing address, or other means. Payments to Indian businesses are generally excluded. Online learning experiences for purchase qualify for this tax. Central offices encourage collection of OIDAR tax for Penn online offerings as soon as possible. 

Student Registration and Financial Services

Please contact Penn's Student Registration and Financial Services for assistance with financial aid options or information. 


Please note that policies concerning admissions, curriculum, funding and financial aid are subject to change. Additionally, though variations in the curriculum may be possible, any changes will need prior approval and may have financial implications. This website is meant to provide preliminary general overview information only. Students interested in or enrolled in the program should seek personal advising from relevant faculty and staff.


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