College of Medicine Graduate Programs

Financial Support

Ph.D. students - All incoming Ph.D. students (domestic and international) in good academic standing will receive significant financial support as long as they are in the Ph.D. program and maintain good academic standing.  Such students receive a full tuition scholarship and stipend that is at the National Institutes of Health/National Research Service Award level, ($20,772 per year in 2007).  Ph.D. students are not required to be teaching assistants to receive the tuition scholarship and stipend, yet exposure to teaching is available to interested students.

M.S. students - A limited number of full tuition scholarships are available to Master students who enter the program in good academic standing.  Additionally, a limited number of stipends are available on a competitive basis to incoming students with a 3.5 GPA.
Last Updated: 6/9/16