Master's Degree Funding
Funding is not guaranteed to Master’s students. If an advisor chooses to fund a student, please note that funding could change from term to term depending on availability of funds. An advisor may be able to fund a Master’s student for the entire program, unable to fund them at all, or be able to fund a student for a term or two depending on resources. If financial support is available it will come in the form of either a Research Assistantship (RA) or a Teaching Assistantship (TA) that will cover tuition, stipend and health insurance. If a student has an external fellowship that may be used to cover all or part of the educational expenses.
Last Updated: August 2019