MPH Cost, Scholarship & Aid

Total program tuition and fees cost estimate for Texas Residents is $14,900. For non-residents: $39,000.

Scholarship opportunities are available for cohort applicants. All applications complete and verified in SOPHAS or HAMPCAS by March 15 (priority deadline) will be considered, no additional application is required.   We suggest submitting your application by February 15 to allow time for SOPHAS verification.

Students with outstanding academic achievements may qualify for the Dean, President or Chancellor’s awards of $2,000 or more awarded over the 2 year program. 40% of students offered admission to the Fall 2018 class received a scholarship offer.

This award may qualify non-resident students for in-state tuition.

Graduate Assistantships with Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) are offered to 3 highly qualified new students each year. Those students placed with TCPH work 15-19 hours a week through their first Fall and Spring semesters, earning about $5,000 over the year.

Additional teaching assistant and work opportunities are available to students throughout the year. Currently 35% of SPH students are employed on campus during their course of study.

Financial Aid is available to support tuition, fees and living expenses. Average loans taken for UNTHSC School of Public Health MPH students is $16,780. Loans taken may extend beyond the actual cost of the program to include living expense assistance. Contact Financial Aid for specific questions and counseling.

International students are automatically billed for student insurance coverage at a current cost of $997 per semester or $2600 per year.  Full insurance details and requirements.

This page was last modified on September 24, 2018