Funding Your Master's Education
Graduate students at the University of Denver may be eligible for various forms of student financial aid, including scholarships, veterans benefits, and federal financial aid. Please review this page for more information regarding funding options.
Executive Master’s in Transportation Management
For the executive master's program, companies are encouraged to support their employees financially and to provide time to attend the five onsite residencies and the international travel seminar. Incoming students seeking the executive master's degree in Transportation Management also have an opportunity to apply for a scholarship for the program. A limited number of scholarships are available annually. Please contact the Transportation and Supply Chain Institute for more information on funding the executive master’s degree in Transportation Management.
Master’s in Supply Chain Management
The master’s degree program in Supply Chain Management is eligible for federal financial aid. Additionally, University College at the University of Denver offers the Graduate Impact Scholarship, designed to benefit highly motivated and engaged adult learners who value education as a way to improve lives and communities both locally and globally. Apply for the Graduate Impact Scholarship here.
Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management
The six-course graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management is eligible for federal financial aid. Please note the four-course specialized graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management is not yet eligible for federal financial aid.
At DU, we support current and former service members during their time as DU students. Veterans may be eligible for VA education benefits to assist with their college tuition and fees. For additional information on Veteran Benefits, please contact our Veteran Benefits Coordinator.
Federal Financial Aid
Students accepted to a graduate program may be eligible to borrow federal student loans while enrolled at the University of Denver. We encourage you to fill out your FAFSA concurrent with your application for admission.