Financial Aid – M.S. Students
Tuition and other fees are set by the Duke Graduate School, for the latest information please see their web page. [ext. link]
Note that our program provides substantial scholarship support to many MS students. In recent years, admitted students who do not have external scholarships have been offered an average of $13,400. That amount may vary in future years. The scholarship amounts are given on a competitive basis, so that the level of scholarship varies depending on the strength of a given applicant.
Additional funding resources
In addition to program scholarships, MS students may also compete for the following additional aid:
- Dept of Energy Health Physics Fellowship
Up to $50,000 per year for up to 3 years.
- United States Air Force Healh Professions Scholarship Program
Covers 100% tuition, fees, textbooks, supplies, and stipend ($2156/month in 2014-15) for the full 2 years, with active duty service requirement. 8 students in our program have received these scholarships.
- Summer scholarship for thesis concentration
Up to $1500, for up to 5 students per year.
- Funding from faculty
Possible, for some students.