I’m hand Occupational therapist by practice for about 10 years in the field and would like to enhance my education skills and scope of practice. I want know do you have any integrated program offering PhD with masters in Occupational therapy. Since being father and running a family studeis are becoming a dream, thus if some scholorship assistance is there kindly let me know. I’m from India and working in qatar currently I don’t get any assistance for study program here and have great will to learn more.
While graduate degree programs take longer to complete and are relatively more expensive than their undergraduate counterparts, there are a number of financial aid options for graduate students enrolled in a doctoral program. Federal aid tends to be offered to graduate students earning a secondary degree in lower amounts than undergraduate students entering college for the first time, which means that grants and scholarships are a major source of funding for doctoral students. Overall, about three-quarters of students who earned professional practice doctoral degrees in law, medicine, or other health sciences in 2011-2012 borrowed $60,000 or more for their graduate education.
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