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Funding Opportunities

First-year MSPH students are eligible for a limited number of partial-tuition scholarships to be used toward full-time study.

As decided by a committee of faculty members, scholarships are offered to selected students based on their prior academic achievements and professional potential. Upon completion of 64 MSPH-approved credits with passing grades, all full-time, second-year MSPH students in good academic standing receive a Master’s Tuition Scholarship (MTS) from the School. The MTS provides 75 percent tuition support during year two of the program. MSPH students who complete their coursework on a part-time basis also receive the MTS upon completion of 64 MSPH-approved credits, while enrolled as full-time students during the field placement portion of the program.