Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees are charged per credit hour each semester. A full-time load for graduate students is 9 credits in the fall and spring, and 8 credits in the summer. See current tuition and fees at the Finance and Accounting website.
Did you know? Georgia residents are eligible for in-state tuition through the Academic Common Market. Visit our program page on the Academic Common Market for more information.
Applications and eligibility requirements for financial aid can be found at the Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website. The University of Florida code for the FAFSA is 001535.
For information regarding federal or private loan eligibility, or financial aid processing questions or concerns, please visit the Office of Student Financial Affairs website.
Tuition assistance is available for master’s students through the following sources:
- UF Employee Education Program (EEP)
- State of Florida Employee Tuition Waiver
- UF Office of Student Veteran Services
Please note that some required courses may not be covered by UF EEP or state employee tuition waivers.
Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants
The Department of Epidemiology is uniquely positioned in both the College of Public Health and Health Professions and the College of Medicine, and our students can take advantage of scholarships from both colleges! Browse all PHHP scholarships and all College of Medicine scholarships.
Additional scholarship opportunities can be found with the Student Financial Affairs scholarship search engine.
We maintain a list of some available funding sources for graduate students; this is not an exhaustive list, and we encourage all applicants to think creatively when applying for external funding.