So RD$80,000 [(RD$850 x 22 + Rd$8000) x 3] is more accurate? Plus about RD$15,000 for books and incidentals?Way out of date.
Registration fee is RD$8000 per semester (that is three times a year for a full time student)
Currently, tuition costs are RD$850 per credit. Normal class loads are between 18 and 26 credits depending on what career a person is pursuing. Medicine is at the upper end of that scale. Journalism, Business, Accounting could be at the lower end.
There are also some activities fees and a fee for the student ID that should be worn at all times.
Thanks Bob.that $690 is for a certificate type program for one of their course....I think.
I was reading that.... they offer classes to get things OTHER than a degree.
I used the term certification and I think it only applies to clinic type medical personell.
go to the PUCMM website and select admissions then course offereings... then there is a link to each of the courses and what the classes are.
therer is also a page for fees...
this is the other sub degreed course i was thnking of..it seems to be for a LICENSE
XXI-A Programa de Licenciatura en Educaci?n ...............................................RD$ 560.00
my bad...many words that are spelled similarly ( english to spanish)mean the same thing...The Licenciatura is the Dominican equivalent of a Bachelor's degree, not simply a license.
No. POP only offer a few full courses. Santo Domingo does not yet have medicine or some of the Engineering courses. Plus in Santo Domingo there are fewer student services. And I seriously question the academic level of Santo Domingo. I think they give away grades. Yes, I know, I am saying something out of school but no way that out of 36 grads in Economics there were 30 with high honors (Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude and Summa Cum LaudeSo RD$80,000 [(RD$850 x 22 + Rd$8000) x 3] is more accurate? Plus about RD$15,000 for books and incidentals?
Are the Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata campuses on par academically with the Santiago campus?