Close student-faculty contact is a hallmark of this program which offers two equally rigorous and equally valued plans for completion of the Master's degree: the Capstone Option and the Thesis Option. Both require ten courses (30 credits) and allow students to earn the degree within a 4-semester, two-year schedule. Almost all students in the program have full-time status and successfully complete their work in 4 semesters.

Since many of our classes are held in the afternoon and early evening, it is possible for some students to work full-time while in the program. We require students to be enrolled in at least two and no more than three courses per semester. All graduate classes are seminars with an enrollment maximum of 18.

We invite you to take a look at our faculty directory, meet our current graduate students, and learn about some of the professional development opportunities typically available to students.