Infant, Early Childhood, and Family Mental Health Capstone Certificate Program
Tuition and Scholarships
A $500 deposit is required upon acceptance into this Capstone Certificate Program.
Tuition for a Capstone Certificate is based on the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health, Health Professions Tuition.
Wisconsin Resident Tuition
Tuition information for non-residents is available at the Registrar.
Scholarships may be available to help reduce the cost of tuition. Applicants should indicate they would like to be considered for a scholarship on their Capstone Certificate application. Scholarships are awarded based on availability and priorities for the funding. The Faculty Program Director and Co-Director will work with individual applicants to pursue potential scholarship opportunities.
Additional expenses may include books, lodging, travel, and WI-AIMH Conference registration (June).
Enrolled students may be eligible for non-federal, private student loans.