Prospective Graduate Students
With a reputation for producing business leaders, the College of Business provides a diverse graduate student body with a business education experience that is distinguished by personal attention, teamwork, leadership training, and an understanding of the link between business and society.
A master of business administration (MBA) or a master of science in accounting (MSA) credential can increase income potential and marketability. Take a proactive step toward increased opportunities by enrolling in one of the Graduate Programs in Business at PVAMU.
Graduate Student Financial Assistance
Financial assistance in the form of graduate assistantships and scholarships are available.
University Graduate Non-Teaching and Teaching Assistantships are managed by the individual schools and colleges. These appointments are available for full-time - at least six (6) semester credit hours - enrolled graduate students. Graduate assistantships carry a stipend of approximately $900/month. In some instances and where applicable, a graduate assistant may also qualify for an out-of-state tuition waiver.
Graduate assistants work in the College of Business no more than 20 hours per week in assisting professors with teaching and research. Criteria are available to download here. Rates of pay and general information is available through the Office of Human Resources web site.
Applicants interested in applying for graduate assistantship should contact Dr. Henry Huang, associate professor, for more information.
College of Business Scholarships
Scholarships are available to qualified applicants. Graduate scholarships typically range between $500 and $2,000 per semester. Students who receive college or departmental scholarships may be eligible for and out-of-state tuition waiver. Please see the following web site for application deadlines and application forms: http://www.pvamu.edu/pages/150.asp
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