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Tuition and Financial Aid

Cost of Attendance

Money Magazine selected Texas A&M as #1 "Best College Value" in Texas! Texas A&M and the School of Public Health offer resources to help you determine the cost and affordability of our degree programs. For more details, Texas A&M Student Business Services provides a breakdown by credit hour of tuition and fees.

Financial Aid Options


Scholarships are awarded by the School of Public Health each fall. Scholarship application information will be sent to newly admitted students as part of their final admissions processing, and current students will receive scholarship information annually via email.

Students may also apply for scholarships through Texas A&M University Scholarships & Financial Aid.


Assistantship positions (teaching, research, and graduate) are available on a limited basis and typically are not offered to incoming master's students. Doctoral students may be offered an assistantship as part of the admission process.

Assistantships may become available at any time. As positions become available during the school year, the department will send details, eligibility requirements and application instructions to current students.

External Financial Aid Resources