We understand the challenges of paying for and funding higher education goals, and we work with current and prospective students to be transparent and connect them to the assistance they need. To identify the best sources of financial support, we encourage potential and current students to review the information below.
The UW Health Systems and Population Health Master of Science (HSPop M.S.) tuition rates are set each year by the UW School of Public Health within guidelines approved by the Washington state legislature. HSPop M.S. students typically enroll in three quarters per year.Tuition Rates
Financial Aid and Funding
A variety of financial aid, funding, and resources are available to students. Most HSPop M.S. students finance their studies with a combination of student loans and work opportunities on campus. Some students find research assistant (RA) positions, generally after the first two quarters of study. A few teaching assistant (TA) positions for a single quarter are sometimes also available.SPH Student Funding
Scholarships for Health Systems and Population Health M.S. Applicants
HSPop M.S. applicants are eligible for the following scholarships and apply during the admissions process to the program:
Resources for International and/or Undocumented Students
We welcome international and/or undocumented applicants. Review our program admissions eligibility criteria and learn more about available financial options on our department’s student resources page.
Additional Student Resources
The UW Department of Health Systems and Population Health (HSPop) has a list of financial support and student resources, including student services such as counseling, housing, and/or child care, among others.Learn More