To earn a master’s degree from the University of Providence, a student must
- Complete a minimum of 30 - 60 credits, depending on program of study.
- Maintain a cumulative University of Providence grade point average of 3.00 or higher.
- Complete the master’s degree core, concentration, and elective curriculum.
- Complete thirty of the last thirty-six, or forty-eight of the last sixty, semester hours of coursework at the University of Providence.
- Apply for graduation in accordance with the prescribed deadlines.
- Comply with all University policies, rules, and regulations.
- 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.