OTA Program Costs

Estimated MGA Tuition and Institutional Fees

All tuition, fees and other charges are subject to change at the end of any academic term.

Georgia Resident non-Georiga Resident
Tuition and Fees $2,371 $6,963
Housing (most common) $3,100 $3,100
Meal Plan (Cochran residential) $1,475 $1,475
Books & Supplies (estimated) $625 $625
Total per Semester $7,571 $12,163
x2 semsters x2 semsters
Total per academic year $15,142 $24,326

Estimated OTA Program costs in addition to MGA tuition and fees may include:
  Year 1 Year 2
Student Uniforms Approximately $70 Optional
Textbooks Approximately $800 Approximately $500
Lab Fees Associated with OTA Courses $150 $60
Physical Approximately $50 Approximately $50
Criminal Background Check Approximately $200 Approximately $200
Professional Liability Insurance $16 $16
Drug Screen Approximately $50 Approximately $50
TB Test Approximately $30 Approximately $30
Immunizations Approximately $710 (if no immunizations prior to enrollment and no insurance) Approximately $25 (flu)
AHA CPR Certification Approximately $90 None
AOTA Membership $75 $75
GOTA Membership $40 $40
Fieldwork Travel/Lodging (when applicable) Up to $1,000 Up to $2,000
Field Trip Travel Expenses Up to $100 Up to $200
Total Approximate Expenses $1671 (minus immunizations and FW travel/lodging)
$3381 (including all immunizations with no insurance & FW travel/lodging)
$1246(minus FW travel/lodging)
$3,246 (including FW travel/lodging)
*NOTE: Students must provide their own transportation for all fieldtrips and fieldwork experiences
**NOTE: Upon successful completion of the OTA Program, students are eligible to sit for the NBCOT Certification Exam in order to receive Georgia state licensure. The exam is administered by NBCOT and the fee is $550.

***NOTE: All fees are approximate and subject to change without notice.