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  • Academic Regulations

    1.- Prerequisites
    2.- Course Requirements
    3.- Thesis Requirements
    4.- Dissertation Requirements
    5.- Substitutions for the Thesis
    6.- Course Load
    7.- Enrollment Verification
    8.- Course Numbering System
    9.- Final Examination
    10.- Graduation Requirements
    11.- Degree Application Procedures
    12.- Graduation
    13.- Posthumous Degree

    2.- Course Requirements

    At least 30 semester hours of upper-division and/or graduate instruction are required for any master's degree. Nine semester hours of upper-division courses approved for graduate credit are the maximum allowable in any individual's program. Undergraduate courses taken for graduate credit will require additional work, the amount and nature of which to be determined by the instructor. Every proposed program of work needs the approval of the Director of Graduate Student Services. The Graduate School discourages students from working toward more than one graduate degree at the same time.


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