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Graduate tuition is paid on a per credit hour basis. For more information on tuition rates, please visit DePaul’s tuition website.
The Master of Public Health Program awards two graduate assistantships each year for students to participate in research by assisting MPH faculty. The students will be placed with MPH faculty based on the kinds of research skills they would like to develop. A GA could work with more than one faculty member over the course of the year on a range of projects in both qualitative and quantitative research. The expectation is that the selected students will gain valuable knowledge, experience, and skills for building a career in public health research and faculty will benefit from their support. The selected students are also expected to share the results of the research at the annual Health Disparities and Social Justice Conference.
The GA position comes with 16 credit hours (4 courses) of tuition support and a stipend.
Students who plan to fund their graduate education through federal loans should complete and submit the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). DePaul's
Financial Aid Office will create a financial aid package based on your FAFSA information.
Alumni from any of DePaul’s colleges who are admitted into a graduate degree program in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences automatically qualify for the Double Demon Scholarship.
DePaul University employees are eligible for other employee tuition benefits through the university, and therefore are not eligible for the Double Demon Scholarship.
To learn more about this scholarship, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission at (773) 325-4405 or GradDePaul@depaul.edu.