- Bachelor's Degree
About the Program
The M.S. program builds upon the foundation of knowledge developed in the course of prior studies at the B.S. level. The M.S. degree requires five (5) core courses and thirty total credit hours. Both thesis and non-thesis M.S. degrees are offered.
Students pursuing the M.S. (thesis) degree require a total of 30 credits to graduate while students pursuing the M.S. (non-thesis) degree require a total of 36 credits to graduate.
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