The Texas State master of science in human nutrition and dietetic internship can be combined in a variety of ways, depending on student need and interest. The non-thesis option is described below. Please note that all timelines described here are approximate and may change based on timing of individual enrollment, credit loads, and successful completion of courses. For more information about combining the MS in human nutrition and the dietetic internship, please contact the Coordinator of Admissions and Outreach for the graduate program or the Dietetic Internship Director. Complete the DI and then complete the MS core courses Students who elect this track would begin their program by completing the dietetic internship.
Geology, MS < University of Illinois
The Master of Science degree in Marine Sciences is awarded in recognition of the student's demonstrated ability to successfully complete a prescribed program of courses. It also is preferred that students undertake original scholarly research, which culminates in writing and defending an acceptable thesis. A minimum of thirty-two 32 semester hours of course credit beyond the baccalaureate degree is required for students pursuing an MS degree. Details about the curriculum are given as follows. A maximum of eight 8 semester hours of graduate courses taken at another accredited university in the same or closely related subject as that of the masters program may be considered as part of the MS degree requirements at USA. Only grades of "A" or "B" may be accepted as transfer credits.
Masters of Science
Credit Hours A minimum total 30 semester hours with at least 15 semester hours in chemistry courses. An overall GPA of 3. Courses Students must pass at least 6 graduate lecture courses from at least 3 of 6 divisions with a minimum grade of 'C' in any one course. Literature Seminar Students must enroll in seminar Chem each of their first 3 semesters excluding summers and attend departmental seminars. Part-time students can complete the attendance requirement online with prior approval.
Information concerning the pursuit of a Master's non-thesis degree in WE, including degree requirements, time frame for completion, graduation details, and more. The Master's degree program is designed to give students the opportunity to gain additional knowledge and necessary skills in a specific area of Welding Engineering. A non-thesis option Master's primarily involves academic course work followed by a written examination, during the final semester of enrollment. The structured research component of the MS with Thesis is not present in the non-thesis option.