Prospective students are often concerned with how to fund their graduate studies. Many options are available, including assistantships, grants, loans, and employment on campus. These opportunities are detailed in the funding resources listed below.
The Department of Criminology, Law and Society offers multi-year Graduate Research or Teaching Assistantships to outstanding doctoral applicants on a competitive basis. All applicants to the doctoral program who apply by the deadline are considered for funding. Additional opportunities to fund your graduate education can be found by reviewing the resources below or our current students funding page.
All department-sponsored funding is limited to doctoral students. However, individual faculty members occasionally hire MA students to assist with their research. Most masters students in our program work full- or part-time while attending Mason.