Graduate Assistantships

A limited number of graduate assistantships are available in the School of Business. Positions are competitive.

To qualify, students must be fully admitted (regular admission) to a Master’s degree program in business administration or business information systems.  Students admitted with a provisional or conditional status or admitted in graduate certificate programs are not eligible.

Graduate assistantships provide a tuition scholarship, including out-of-state tuition, for up to nine hours a semester and a stipend.  Students must carry a minimum course load of nine graduate hours each semester, stay in good academic standing, and engage in 20 hours per week of on-campus assistantship duties assigned by the Associate Dean.  If a graduate assistant’s GPA drops below 3.0 at any time, his/her assistantship, including stipend and tuition scholarship, will be discontinued.

Students interested in applying for a graduate assistantship position must send a letter of interest with student ID number and a resume to Reference Graduate Assistantship Position in the e-mail subject line.