The curriculum incorporates uniform requirements for the M.S. program that apply to all students in the department regardless of their area of study. The curriculum allows flexibility in the selection of courses by students and their faculty advisers, in an effort to promote and encourage multi-disciplinary education and research.
M.S. students may select either the thesis plan or the non-thesis (or comprehensive examination) plan. The selection of courses is tailored to the student's professional objectives and must meet the requirements stated below. The courses should be selected and approved in consultation with the student's faculty adviser. Departures from the stated requirements are considered only in exceptional cases and must be approved by the Department's Vice-Chair of Graduate Advisor.
Comprehensive Examination Plan:
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