We want everyone who has the drive to attend AIC to be able to afford their education. For that reason, we are transparent about the costs you can expect as an AIC student.

Below you’ll find our tuition and other costs for undergraduate and graduate students. Keep in mind that 99% of our full-time undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid or grants, so your total cost may be significantly lower than our full tuition. We want to make this journey achievable for you. To estimate your total AIC cost, use our net price calculator.

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Undergraduate Costs

Fall 2016 / Spring 2017 Academic Year

Direct Costs to Consider  FT On Campus  FT Off Campus
Tuition (full-time; 12-17 credits) $33,140 $33,140
Health Insurance* $1,770 $1,770
Double Room** $6,730 $0
All Access 7 Day Meal Plan** $6,430 $0
Campus Parking $260 $110
Lab and Program Fees as applicable as applicable
Indirect Costs to Consider FT On Campus FT Off Campus
Books and Supplies $1,200 $1,200
Personal Expenses $1,000 $1,000
Loan Fees $70 $70
Housing Expenses $0 $3,000
Undergraduate Specialty Rates Cost Fees
Tuition (less than 12 credits or more than 17 credits) $685/credit $30 Registration Fee/session
RN to BSN program $570/credit $30 Registration Fee/session
Junior/Senior Occupational Therapy Same as Master of Science in
Occupational Therapy
Senior Physical Therapy Same as Doctorate in
Physical Therapy

*All undergraduate students taking 9 or more credits are required by Massachusetts state law to have comprehensive insurance coverage. All such students are enrolled in and billed for the academic year in the Fall semester for a health insurance plan provided by the College. The enrollment and charge for the plan may be waived if a student completes the on-line waiver process by the first day of class. It is the student’s responsibility to make certain that alternative coverage is comparable.

**Based on a Traditional Double Room and Meal plan of All Access 7 day plus $100.

Graduate Program Tuition*

Rates effective as of 5/1/2016

School of Health Sciences Cost
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) $675/credit
  • Family Nurse Practitioner (2 Year and after)
Post Master’s Certificate Family Nurse Practitioner $825/credit
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) $40,710/year
Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) $995/credit
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) $48,940/year

School of Graduate & Adult Education
Graduate Education Program Cost
Master of Education (MEd)
(School of Education–Extended Campus Programs only)
CAGS in Education $439/credit

Graduate Degree Programs Cost
Master of Arts in General Psychology (MA) $855/credit
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (MA) $855/credit
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MA) $485/credit
Master of Business Administration (MBA) $530/credit
Master of Business Administration (4+1) (MBA) $530/credit
Master of Business Administration in Resort and
Casino Management (MBA)
Master of Education
(non-School of Education–Extended Campus programs)
Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology (EdD) $855/credit
Doctor of Education with concentrations in:

  • Teaching and Learning;
  • Educational Leadership and Supervision;
  • Psychology;
  • Professional Counseling and Supervision; and
  • Individual and Institutional Development.
Master of Science in Accounting and Taxation (MSAT) $855/credit
Master of Science in Forensic Psychology (MS) $855/credit

Graduate Certificate Programs Cost
Graduate Certificate in General Psychology $855/credit
Graduate Certificate in Management $530/credit
Graduate Certificate in Resort and
Casino Management

Graduate Level Fees Cost
Registration Fee
(Does not apply to School of Education or
Master of Occupational Therapy students)
Lab and Program As applicable

*Massachusetts law requires health insurance coverage for all students enrolled in 75% of full time based on program requirements and who are not enrolled solely in an online program or solely in short term courses. AIC automatically applies the insurance fee but it may be waived during the open enrollment period if the student has comparable coverage with another carrier. It is the student’s responsibility to make certain that alternative coverage is comparable. Health insurance coverage information can be found at and selecting American International College.

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