The cost of pursuing of a Ph.D. in Technology Management varies by whether students are a resident of California. For a complete description of UC Santa Barbara’s graduate student quarterly feel structure for residents and nonresidents please visit Graduate Division's website on fees and costs.
A separate application is not necessary to be considered for financial support for those who have already submitted an application for admission. All awards are merit-based. Types of financial support available include:
Graduate Student Research (GSR) Positions: pays a monthly stipend plus fees, health insurance and nonresident tuition. Offers are made by individual faculty members.
Teaching Assistantships (TAships): pays a monthly stipend plus fees, health insurance and nonresident tuition. Offers are made by the department.
Fellowships: most pay a quarterly stipend plus fees and health insurance and sometimes nonresident tuition. Offers are made by the department or UCSB's Graduate Division.
TMP is committed to funding all Ph.D. students for 4 years through a combination of the types of support outlined above.