Financial AidThe Sociology Graduate Program offers tuition fellowships to accepted candidates. Tuition at Baylor is $1,197 an hour. Therefore a student taking nine hours per semester and three hours during the summer will have a tuition fellowship valued at $24,240.
Most doctoral students receive a $14,000 per year. Additional summer funding is also available. Students with high GPA and GREs may receive additional stipend enhancement from the Graduate School. Over a five year period, this package is approximately worth $116,050 in Tuition and $70,000 in stipends. The program is very competitive.
Beyond the fellowships, Baylor's Financial Aid Department offers guidance through applying for student loans or work-study programs. There are many ways to finance your Baylor education.
- About the Department
- Graduate Program
- Undergraduate Program
- Baylor Religion Survey - Wave III
- BAYLOR PROUD
- Recent Sociology Graduate Publishes Dissertation