Pharm.D. Tuition and Costs
Attaining a quality pharmacy education does not come without cost, and approximately 85% of our students received some form of financial assistance from UT Austin’s Student Financial Services and/or the College of Pharmacy.
Annually, the college awards approximately $530,000 in scholarships to students in their second, third, or fourth professional year.
We have provided resources below to help you plan for the costs of your Pharm.D. degree.
Visit the UT Austin Tuition planning page to access a tuition calculator. When using the tuition calculator, please make the following selections:
- Select appropriate residency status
- Select Level: Professional
- Select Program: PharmD
- Adjust the slider for enrollment hours
The tuition rate for the upcoming academic year can be found at Tuition at UT Austin.
Pharm.D. Curriculum Credit Hours:
The University of Texas at Austin has flat-rate tuition in the fall and spring semesters for 12 credit hours and above (meaning that the maximum tuition cost includes 12 or more hours). Below are the credit hour totals for the four years (P1 through P4) of the Pharm.D. program.
- P1 Year - More than 12 credit hours in both fall and spring
- P2 Year - More than 12 credit hours in both fall and spring; minimum 3 credit hours in summer
- P3 Year - More than 12 credit hours in both fall and spring; minimum 6 credit hours in summer
- P4 Year - More than 12 credit hours in both fall and spring
Pharm.D. students should anticipate additional fees and out-of-pocket expenses during the program (note that all fees are approximate and may change over the course of the curriculum).
Download our Pharm.D. Program Supply and Certification Costs document for an outline of anticipated additional costs.