Master's Funding

Jessica Wood, MA '11

As an undergrad at George Washington University, Jessica tutored middle school students in an urban school district, an experience she refers to as "a crash course in inequality.' She decided she wanted a flexible graduate program that would help her acquire the skills and knowledge needed to make a difference, she found that program in our Educational Studies program. To help make this a reality, she received a Brownlee Forgiveable Loan--funding that needn't be repaid if Jessica teaches for one year following graduation.

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Graduate School is a significant investment, one that will continue to reward you throughout your life. To get you on your way, we'll make every effort to help you find funding.

For the academic year 2013-14, the School of Education offered $1,828,595 in scholarship support to its master’s students. You are automatically considered for support upon admission, no application is necessary. Some students will learn the amounts of their scholarship shortly after admission, others will learn by the third week of March, while others will learn shortly after Campus Visit Day.  Learn more about funding opportunities by clicking on the programs in which you are interested.

Elementary Teacher Education (ELMAC)
Secondary Teacher Education (Secondary MAC)
Secondary Teacher Education (W. K. Kellogg Foundation Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship)
Digital Media and Education
Educational Assessment and Evaluation
Educational Leadership and Policy
Teaching and Learning
Urban Pedagogy
Peace Corps Master‘s International
Educational Studies and MBA (Dual Degree)
Higher Education
Higher Education and Master of Public Policy (Dual Degree)
Philanthropy, Advancement, and Development
Higher Education and MBA (Dual Degree)

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