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The average cost of attendance is ~$15,000 per term (~$45,000 for 3 terms) in 2020-2021.
See the Tuition Comparison Chart to compare Ecampus and Corvallis Campus rates. Students taking a mixture of courses pay separate tuition and fees for each campus and those are added together. This can end up being quite expensive so students should talk to an advisor if they are unsure what to do.
No, all masters-degree seeking students are admitted into the Professional Masters Program and are given the opportunity in the Fall term to rotate/meet the research faculty to discuss research interests and identify a mentor/advisor. Students may contact graduate faculty members prior to admission to discuss an agreement to complete their MS under the faculty advisement.
Yes, federal financial aid is available if you are enrolled at least half time. For graduate students, full-time enrollment is 9 credits and half time is 5 credits. Federal aid is generally available as student loans. OSU does offer a limited number of need-based scholarships. MS Students are not eligible for department assistantships. There are no teaching assistantships in the department.
What is the difference between Professional Masters and Masters?
A Professional Masters requires a Capstone Project (TOX 505). This is a research paper or outreach product that you will work on independently, with assistance from a mentor. A public final exam is not required.
A Masters requires at least 9 credits of thesis credits (TOX 503) which is completed under the direction of a research faculty. A thesis is submitted and an public seminar is required to earn a MS thesis in Toxicology.
Is there financial aid for the Doctoral Program?
Yes, doctoral students are typically admitted on a departmental assistantship and is financially supported by the faculty advisor for their program of study in EMT.