Students will receive an average of $30,000 annually as a scholarship/assistantship provided there is satisfactory progress and performance. Assistantships provide an opportunity for mentorship by the faculty in the areas of teaching and research.
Course tuition is waived for students in the program.
Research and Teaching Budget
Students will receive $1,500 annually starting in Year 3. This can be used for research and teaching related expenses such as attending conferences, submission fees for papers to journals, etc.
Technology support of $1,500 is available for each student at the beginning of the program. This can be used to buy a laptop computer and/or other approved technology.