Neuroscience & Public Policy Program:
Students pursuing either the M.P.A./Ph.D. or M.I.P.A./Ph.D. degree tracks will be supported in their first year by funds from the Neuroscience Training Program or Neuroscience & Public Policy Program. Following their first year in the program, students will be supported by their major professor’s funds or teaching or research assistanships. Students will also apply for internal and external predoctoral fellowships.
Neuroscience & Law Program:
During the first year of the Neuroscience & Law Program, students will pay Law School tuition and will be eligible for the same financial support that is available to full-time law students such as loans, grants and scholarships. During subsequent years, the students will pay a “blended” tuition that reflects Law School and Graduate School rates. While enrolled in the Neuroscience Training Program, students will be eligible for training grant support from the Neuroscience Training Program or the Neuroscience & Public Policy Program, federal foundation fellowships and teaching or research assistantships.
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