Surname4 Comparison of Fees for the Programs The application fee for all the courses offered at Johns Hopkins University is $ 75. This fee usually targets to all the people who are normally registered through online. Unlike other money paid to the institution this fee is non-refundable. The school fee for MS in Regulatory Science is $4,280 the whole program. On the other hand, the fee for Post-Bacc Health Science Intensive is divided into summer, fall, and spring. The summer fee for 2017-2018 is $14,278, Fall fee for 2017-2018 is $14,278 and spring fee for 2018 is $18,478. The amount totals to $47,030 for the academic year 2017-2018. In addition to the amount of fee paid for the whole program, there are other small charges like library fee, student identify card. From the analysis, one can notice that it is more expensive to take Post-Bacc Health Intensive than Regular Science. Conclusion In conclusion, Johns Hopkins University offers good causes in nursing which helps in providing qualified individuals who work in the high demanding health sector. The two nursing courses which a person who wants to study nursing can pursue are Post-Bacc Health Intensive and regular Science. The two programs have competitive requirements which make them have a different number of students. It is important for people to compare different courses in different institutions so as to find the best alternative for them where they can pursue and achieve their endeavors. Whether a student chooses any of the programs he has a great chance of becoming an important member in the field of nursing.It is the best university I can advise a friend.
Surname5 Work Cited Harper, G. Michael, et al. "Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine." Academic Medicine 79.7 (2004): S70-S71.
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