Master’s Degree Requirements

To earn a master’s degree from the University of Providence, a student must

  1. Complete a minimum of 30 - 60 credits, depending on program of study.
  2. Maintain a cumulative University of Providence grade point average of 3.00 or higher.
  3. Complete the master’s degree core, concentration, and elective curriculum.
  4. Complete thirty of the last thirty-six, or forty-eight of the last sixty, semester hours of coursework at the University of Providence.
  5. Apply for graduation in accordance with the prescribed deadlines.
  6. Comply with all University policies, rules, and regulations.
  7. Pay all indebtedness to the University.

Each of these degree plans has a unique curriculum that is described in this catalog. Students will find a listing of the prescribed courses that must be successfully completed for the award of a degree. All graduates will have successfully completed an Application for Advanced Candidacy, and complete a thesis, internship or integrative project that serves as a capstone experience. All programs have several components in common, though with foci pertinent to the course of study: research methods, ethics, personnel planning, and diversity.

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