£7,900 per year
The master’s student develops a graduate program of at least 30 semester hours in consultation with his or her major professor and supervisory committee. The student is expected to actively participate in one or more seminar presentations during their degree.
The supervisory committee should consist of three faculty members. The faculty members must represent two of the three option areas (biological science, social science or physical science). The Major Professor counts as one of these areas. Two colleges must be represented.
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