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All Master of Arts in International and Comparative Politics students are required to complete 32 credit hours. Tuition rates listed below are per semester.
|Rates||Ohio Resident||Non-Ohio Resident|
|Undergraduate Tuition (11–18 hours)*||$4,365||$8,675|
|Undergraduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours)||$394/hour||$791/hour|
|Graduate Tuition (11–18 hours)*||$6,738||$11,446|
|Graduate Tuition (1–10.5 hours)||$622/hour||$1,060/hour|
|School of Professional Psychology/
Doctor of Nursing Practice Tuition (11–18 hours)*
|School of Professional Psychology/
Doctor of Nursing Practice Tuition (1–10.5 hours)
|Boonshoft School of Medicine Tuition (11 or more hours)||$16,950||$25,477|
*Per hour rates will be applied to each credit hour in excess of 18
The M.A. Program in International and Comparative Politics has a limited amount of financial assistance it can award to top students. Students requesting consideration for either graduate assistantships or the graduate tuition scholarship should submit their Application for Assistantship or Scholarship Support Form (PDF) directly to the ICP Program Office in the Department of Political Science. All applicants to the ICP program are eligible to apply for these awards. The deadline for consideration is March 1 of the application year (continuing student applicants are required to provide an approved Program of Study and research plan with their aid application). Applications for aid are kept on file for twelve months after their submission, and students will be reviewed as new funds become available.
Students who receive Graduate Assistantships (GAs) receive a monthly stipend and a tuition waiver for Fall and Spring Semesters. They are required to register for six hours of graduate level (5000-level and above) courses each semester and to complete 20 hours of work for the program or department. This work may include general departmental services, research assistance for faculty members, or a combination of both. Second year students may apply for assistantships, but in general, incoming students receive priority consideration.
Recipients of Graduate Tuition Scholarship (GTS) must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher, and avoid disciplinary difficulties, in order to maintain their scholarship. All continuing GTS recipients are required to submit an approved Program of Study and research plan by March 1 in order to be considered for partial renewal of their scholarship support in their second year.
GA and GTS awards are closely connected to enrollment and progress. Timely (indeed early) registration each term greatly facilitates the continuation of these forms of financial aid.
$7,500 per year for qualified students!
Individual students who are employed either as civilian workers or active-duty military personnel at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), and their spouses and dependents, who wish to pursue graduate degrees at Wright State University are eligible to apply to the Wright State WPAFB Scholarship program. This scholarship provides up to $7,500 of tuition scholarship per year ($2,500 per semester) for qualified personnel and their family members who are pursuing master’s or doctoral degrees at Wright State!
For more information on the WPAFB scholarship, including how to apply, visit the Graduate School page.
Students who are members in good standing of the Ohio National Guard who wish to pursue graduate education at Wright State University are eligible to apply to the Wright State ONG Graduate Scholarship program. This scholarship provides up to $7,500 of tuition scholarship per year ($2500 per semester) for qualified personnel who are pursuing graduate certificates, master’s or doctoral degrees, or a Psy.D. at Wright State.
Learn more about the Wright State OHio National Guard Scholarship.