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Indiana University Bloomington

Department of Accounting

Doctoral Program

Our doctoral program in accounting was ranked No. 10 for research and No. 7 for teaching in the nation by Public Accounting Report in 2010.

Doctoral Program

Financial Assistance

Accounting doctoral students receive a stipend (fellowship), full tuition waiver, and health insurance. Students teach and serve as research assistants for this fellowship. Accounting faculty members also fund an Accounting Doctoral Student Fellowship, a $1,500 fellowship that each student receives upon successfully completing his or her dissertation proposal.

The Kelley School offers these and other forms of to help you pursue your PhD, and outside scholarships and fellowships are also available. You can learn more about financial aid at IU from the IU Bloomington Office of Student Financial Assistance.