Various forms of financial assistance are available to students who have been admitted to the Michael F. Price College of Business doctoral program. The following are among the most common sources of aid available:
Eleven-month assistantships are awarded to students in return for their assistance in the mission of the College. Research Assistants help faculty on research projects and other professional activities. Teaching Assistants either instruct undergraduate courses or assist faculty with instruction. Assistants receive a stipend, health insurance subsidy, and are granted a full tuition waiver. The 2013-2014 stipend is $20,000 for eleven months. The Assistantships have a four-year term, conditional on the student making adequate progress in the program.
Research assistantships are awarded to students for work as faculty assistants on research projects and other professional activities.
Teaching assistantships are awarded to students to assist faculty in undergraduate instruction.
Tuition-waiver scholarships are awarded to students with demonstrated scholarly potential.
Loans, Grants, and Waivers are available through the Financial Aid Services at the University of Oklahoma.
Graduate Foundation Fellowships in Business
Graduate Foundation Fellowships in Business are available for nationally competitive students. The precise details of the fellowship package vary slightly depending on area of study. The package includes a Graduate Assistant stipend (see above), additional cash stipend of up to $5,000 per year. These fellowships are expected to be for a term of four years. The application deadline is February 1.
Professional Expense Allowance
Professional Expense Allowance of $4,000 to be used over four years for research activities such as computers, data, and travel.