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Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid’s Graduate section for current tuition rates reported for both face-to-face and online courses. The majority of our program’s courses will fall under the Health Professions category. You can refer back to our program’s Curriculum page for suggested course schedules by semester (based on full-time status) for each of our offered tracks.

Possible fees incurred throughout the duration of the program may include the following:

  • Parking Permit
  • Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP)
  • International Student Fee: $100 per term
  • Other institutional fees (e.g. late payment, payment plan, parking citation, graduation) can be found on this webpage’s Institutional Fees tab

Financial Aid Opportunities

  • Blazer Fellows

    Highly qualified first-year doctoral students may be eligible for the UAB Graduate School’s Blazer Graduate Fellowships. These fellowships are for full-time students and provides financial support in the form of a monthly stipend, tuition, and health insurance for four consecutive academic terms. At the conclusion of the fellowship, the students will be supported as graduate research assistants by grant awards of the fellow’s mentor, institutional training grants, individual fellowship awards, or start-up packages in the case of new faculty. More information about the Blazer Fellows Program can be found on the Graduate School website.

  • Research Assistantships

    A limited number of research assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis and carry an obligation of 20 work hours per week. Research assistants are assigned to work with faculty members in the School of Business and/or the Department of Health Services Administration to support the teaching and research missions of the University. Assistantships are awarded to incoming students for a period of one year and may be renewed for an additional year based on satisfactory work performance and academic progress in the program. Research assistantships are available only to full-time students and restrict the student from holding other paid positions on or off campus.

  • Graduate Student Funding Opportunities

    Other forms of financial assistance include doctoral fellowships for minority students offered through the UAB Graduate School, paid teaching opportunities in selected undergraduate programs, and other various awards. For more information about these opportunities, please visit the website or contact the Graduate School at 205-934-8227.

Additional Information

UAB has created a website with more information about financial assistance opportunities offered by the University. To see all options, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.