Tuition for incoming students in the 2020-2021 Academic Year will be $1,300 per credit. Learn more about tuition and fees for our degree programs.
Many students qualify for financial aid. To learn more, visit the Office of Student Financial Services.
Scholarship opportunities include:
- Merit-based scholarships: The Master of Public Health program is pleased to offer a limited number of merit-based scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 per year. All MPH applicants who submit their completed application by February 1 for Fall entry are automatically considered for a merit-based scholarship. A separate scholarship application is not required. Both U.S. and international applicants are eligible for the merit-based scholarship. Applicants who are awarded a scholarship will be notified in early March.
- Outside funding: Begin seeking out scholarships from various sources early in your admissions process. We encourage students to visit the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health’s scholarship search for scholarship and financial aid tips and resources.
Student Employment Opportunities
- Students with demonstrated financial need may be eligible for Federal Work-Study positions, including Research Assistantships. Students typically hear about open positions in the Fall term.
- The Master of Public Health program also offers Teaching Assistant positions for students. Students who work as Teaching Assistants provide part-time instructional assistance to faculty members and receive a stipend.