Indicator 11.1.2Health science instruction expenditures, Universitywide, 2009-10
In 2009-2010, health science instructional expenditures ($1.2 billion) made up a quarter of all instructional expentures at UC ($4.7 billion). Of the total health sciences instruction budget, nearly a quarter ($330 million) was made up from UC and state general funds.
The medical and dental care provided by UC health science faculty generate significant revenue, which helps support health sciences instruction.
Professional school fees charged to medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, nursing, optometry, public health, physical therapy, and pharmacy students have increased steadily over the past ten years and also contribute to health sciences instructional program funding.
Academic and staff salaries and benefits constitute over three-quarters of all health sciences instructional expenditures.