|Total credits||30 credits|
|Total tuition & fees||$17,572.50|
The University of Florida’s tuition and fees are the lowest among public universities who are members of the prestigious American Association of Universities. For more information on the cost of tuition and related fees across the College of Health and Human Performance M.S. degree programs, click here.
UF is consistently ranked as one of the best value universities in the country:
As a student of the College of Health & Human Performance, you are eligible to apply for scholarships if you meet the eligibility requirements. The college awards more than $172,000 in scholarships annually, in amounts ranging from $500 to $2,000. Contact an academic coordinator for details or visit hhp.ufl.edu/current-students/scholarships/.
The University of Florida as a whole offers financial aid for graduate students, including employment and loan programs. Degree-seeking students can apply for student loans and learn more about their grant, scholarship, and loan options through our Student Financial Affairs site.
Graduate students should begin by applying for aid using FAFSA. The FAFSA school code is 001535.
Talk to your employer about the possibility of continuing education funding. We also encourage you to explore all methods of private loan procurement, such as private loan organizations that provide funding for graduate studies.
Current students who wish to check their financial aid status can do so by logging in to their ONE.UF account. To log in, visit one.uf.edu, then click the log-in link at the top right corner of the page, and select “Log in with GatorLink” from the drop-down menu.
To learn more about the University of Florida’s online Master of Science in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology and download a free brochure, fill out the fields below. You can also call (888) 581-1855 to speak to an academic coordinator.
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