Section VI

Master's degree programs

Master’s degree programs give students the opportunity to gain additional knowledge and necessary skills in a field in order to engage in research and other scholarly activities, to teach, and to become practitioners. Master’s degree programs consist of a coherent pattern of courses and other educational experiences, a master’s examination, and, in many cases, a thesis or its equivalent.

In this section:

6.1—General Information

6.2—Master's Examination

6.3—Results of the Master's Examination

6.4—Thesis

6.5—Graduation, Master's Students

6.6—Summary of Master's Degree Graduation Requirements

6.7— Dual Master's Degree Programs

6.8—Master's Examination, Dual Degree Students

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