- Tuition for all programs in the School of Public Health is billed by credit hour. Review the tuition and fees page for more information.
- Georgia State University has also provided a cost calculator to help you estimate how much graduate school will cost.
- International students should also review the estimated cost of attendance page of the International Student and Scholar Services Office (ISSS).
- “Financing Your Degree” (Courtesy of ASPPH)
- Starting Spring 2015, Georgia State University has implemented a payment plan that will allow a student to defer up to 50% of tuition and fees until a later period. More information on the university’s payment plan can be found here.
- Graduate Assistantships – All applicants to graduate studies in the School of Public Health may apply for funding consideration. Applicants should answer “yes” to the graduate assistantship question on the online application to be considered.
- Applicants should visit the Office of Financial Aid for more information on student loans and the financial aid process.