Financial policies​​

​There are two kinds of advanced study programs at Findlay, traditional graduate programs and professional study programs. Please read the information below to determine what kind of scholarships and aid you are eligible for based on the program you are interested in.


Master of Athletic Training ​​

There are two options for this program.  

  • ​Option 1 is a five-year program.  The first three years are undergraduate, and years four and five are graduate.  Students are only eligible for institutional scholarships during the undergraduate portion (first three years) of the program.  
  • Option 2 is a two year program that is only for students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree in any major.  Students enrolled in this option are not eligible for institutional scholarships as this is strictly a graduate program.  ​


Master of Business Administration 

Students are not eligible for institutional scholarships as this is strictly a graduate program.  

Master of Arts in Education 

Students are not eligible for institutional scholarships as this is strictly a graduate program.  

Master of Occupational Therapy 

This is a five and one-half year program.  The first four years are undergraduate, and the remaining years are graduate.  Students are only eligible for institutional scholarships during the undergraduate portion (first four years) of the program.   Students enrolled in the trimester program are not eligible for institutional scholarships at any time during their enrollment.  

​Master of Physician Assistant 

Students are not eligible for institutional scholarships as this is strictly a graduate program.  

Master of Science in Environmental, Safety and Health Management (ESH) 

Students are not eligible for institutional scholarships as this is strictly a graduate program.  

Master of Arts in TESOL/Bilingual Education 

Students are not eligible for institutional scholarships as this is strictly a graduate program.  

Doctor of Pharmacy 

This is a six-year program.  The first four years are undergraduate, and years five and six are graduate.  Students are only eligible for institutional scholarships during the undergraduate portion (first four years) of the program.     

Doctor of Physical Therapy 

This is a six-year program.  The first three years are undergraduate, and years four, five, and six are graduate.  Students are only eligible for institutional scholarships during the undergraduate portion (first three years) of the program.  Students enrolled in the trimester program are not eligible for institutional scholarships at any time during their enrollment.  

Nuclear Medicine Certificate Program 

This is a one-year certificate program, and may be the culmination of a first undergraduate degree, or a certificate only, or as a “visited” program.  Students are only eligible for institutional scholarships if enrolled in an associate or baccalaureate degree-seeking program, where the NMI certificate is awarded along with the associate or baccalaureate degree.  Additionally, institutional scholarships will only be awarded for the didactic (instructional) semester of the program.  Institutional scholarships will not be awarded during the two clinical semesters that follow the didactic (instructional) semester. ​​​