The Master's program is designed for students who are interested in pursuing their Ph.D. as well as students interested in directly entering the workforce. Students considering Ph.D. level study should choose the thesis option. In this path, students are required to demonstrate mastery of the research process, including writing a research proposal, collecting and analyzing data, and interpreting the results. Students desiring a terminal Master's should take the Master's exam option. In this option, students prepare and complete an eight-hour examination at the conclusion of their studies.
Students may take graduate course work in other disciplines to enhance their program of study. Interdisciplinary approaches to research are encouraged.
- Degree Requirements
- Graduate Assistantships
- Graduate Student Handbook (updated December 2015)
For more information on the master's program, contact Dr. Stephenson Beck, Director of Graduate Studies.