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Currently, assistantships for doctoral candidates and master's students in the Department of Counseling require 20 hours per week.
The doctoral assistantships pay $14,000 (fall and winter) per academic year and provide tuition of 8 credits per semester.
The assistantships for master's students pay $5,132 (fall and winter) per academic year and provide tuition of 8 credits per semester.