The Office of Student Financial Aid is the primary source for financial aid services.
Many students in the MS in Computing program seek financial aid in the form of assistance from their employers.
The integrated practicum combines aspects from assistantships, co-ops, and internships to help students offset the tuition costs for graduate school. In this curriculum option students with employable computing skills work part-time at participating employers while attending graduate school full-time. The students gain work experience related to the courses they are studying and earn credits for the work. Curriculum integrated work assignments are required starting in the first semester in the program. Because work assignments are integrated with coursework, International students with an F-1 visa are eligible under the guidelines for Curricular Practical Training. More information is available here and in the Graduate School Bulletin.
As a Catholic, Jesuit University, Marquette recognizes and cherishes the dignity of each individual. As part of our commitment to the diversity of our faculty, student body, and staff, Marquette has an annual award of a diversity fellowship to a Mater's degree candidate. Information about the Diversity Fellowships is available here.
Marquette receives numerous inquiries for interns. The Career Services Center (CSC) maintains contacts with local, national, and international employers. Once admitted as a student, you can explore internships positions via the MU Career Manager. More specific suggestions about internships are available form CSC.
The Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science (MSCS) has a limited number of assistantships. Students compete for Financial Aid with students in other programs within the department. Most assistantships are awarded to Ph.D. candidates in Computational Sciences
The Graduate School publishes Financial Aid Resources information.