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Doctorate in Transportation and Logistics

Financial Assistance

The number of assistantships vary from year to year, depending on grant availability and the number of students in residence. Applicants are considered on the basis of scholarship and potential to undertake advanced study and research.

To be considered for an assistantship, the student must complete a Graduate School application, be accepted by the department, and identify the desire for an assistantship or financial need in the applicants statement of purpose.

Graduate tuition is waived for students with assistantships, but all fees are the students responsibility.

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