£9,463 per year
The Traditional M.S. Program has both a thesis option and a coursework-only option. The program is flexible and serves a variety of career objectives, such as teaching in secondary schools, employment in a variety of research-oriented jobs, interpretive work in parks and nature centers, and preparation for further professional training. Students are encouraged to seek some research experience with one or more U-M faculty as part of their degree. The traditional master’s degree is not a prerequisite for admission to the doctoral program, nor is it intended as probationary admission to the doctoral program.
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