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For the Master of Science degree, students fulfill the 36 hours of degree requirements including a course in an additional skill appropriate to their area of interest

Suggested Timeline:

Most students take two courses per semester due to workload and other commitments. However, UNT considers two courses per semester to be part-time status. Financial aid may require full-time status, which is 9 hours per semester.

Summer (before starting program)

Fall (Year One)

Spring (Year One)

Fall (Year Two)

Spring (Year Two)

  • Elective
  • Elective

Fall (Year Three)

Spring (Year Three)

How to Apply

Application Deadlines

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The Department of Anthropology only has fall admissions:

  • Early Admission and Scholarship Deadline for Fall 2016: February 1
    To be considered for scholarships and/or early admission, all application materials must be submitted by this deadline. If the entire application is not received by this deadline, your application will be considered with the late admission applicants.
  • Late Admission Deadline for Fall 2016: April 13
    We strongly encourage you to apply by the early deadline, especially if you are applying to the online program.

Two Applications

In order to be accepted into the UNT Master’s Program in Applied Anthropology, applicants must submit two separate applications. This page provides an overview; for more detail, see our step-by-step Application Checklist.

1. Application to the Toulouse Graduate School

Applicants must apply to and be accepted by UNT's Toulouse Graduate School. Applicants typically have a 3.0 GPA or higher on the last 60 undergraduate semester hours from their bachelor’s degree, or at least a 3.4 on a completed master’s degree. Applicants with lower GPAs may be considered by an individual review for provisional admission.

Applicants should send all required documentation directly to the Toulouse Graduate School.

Items Include:

  • Toulouse Graduate School application form
  • Application fee
  • Transcripts from all previous college work
  • GRE scores ( GRE must have been taken within the last 6 years)

International Applicants
International applicants must apply through the International Studies Office rather than the Toulouse Graduate School. Please review the International Studies Office website for more information about degree equivalencies, English requirements, and the application process. Apply early to allow for extra time for the processing of this paperwork.

2. Application to the Department of Anthropology

In addition, applicants must also apply to and be accepted by the Department of Anthropology. Applicants should send all required documentation directly to the Department of Anthropology.

Items include:

Please do not send transcripts to the Department of Anthropology. This slows down the application process. The Toulouse Graduate School will forward the transcripts to the department when they have been processed.

The Department of Anthropology reviews all applications together, approximately one month after each application deadline. This is because applicants must be accepted by the Toulouse Graduate School BEFORE their application can be reviewed by the Department of Anthropology. The Toulouse Graduate School takes approximately 1 month to make decisions. You will receive an admissions letter shortly after the admissions committee meets.

Notice for online applicants: Each year we have far greater numbers of applicants than spots in our online program. If you are applying to the online program but could do the on-campus program, please note that on your application to the department.

Additional Requirements and Information

  • The applicant must hold the bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. institution or equivalent training at a foreign university.
  • Applicants must have adequate subject preparation in anthropology. If an applicant has fewer than 12 hours of anthropology, s/he must take a prerequisite leveling course the summer before the first year of study, ANTH 5000. If you need this prerequisite, you should apply for the SUMMER term rather than Fall. This is particularly important for your Toulouse Graduate School application.
  • Core classes in the master's of applied anthropology program are restricted for majors in our program.
  • Any other classes that are taken as a non-degree seeking student are not guaranteed to apply towards a degree plan should the student get accepted into the applied anthropology program. A major's degree plan is tailored for each student with their advisor (chosen during the 2nd semester in the program). For this reason, the general graduate advisor is unable to approve any electives for non-degree seeking students.

Questions? Please review our Question and Answer page. If you still have questions, contact the Programs Coordinator, Shannon Selby, at shannon.selby@unt.edu

Cost

Tuition and Fees

Getting your Master of Science in Applied Technology & Performance Improvement is not only convenient, it’s affordable:

Cost of (3) Graduate Hours for Program*
ONLINE STUDENT  (Texas Resident)

$1,073.85
Graduate Tuition 
Through Summer 2017

ONLINE STUDENT  (Living outside of Texas)

$1,515.48
Out of State Teaching Fee (in lieu of tuition)
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hrough Summer 2017

ONLINE STUDENT  (within Texas but not a Texas Resident) 
$2,297.85
Graduate Tuition

Through Summer 2017

*The amounts above do not include certain mandatory fees charged to students who are simultaneously taking
courses on-campus nor do they include any college-level course fees.  These costs are an estimate and the
actual cost may vary based on the individual circumstances of the student (e.g., waivers or exemptions).

 

Financial Aid

UNT offers a variety of options to help you finance your education, including financial aid, grants, and student loans. Visit financialaid.unt.edu to find out more about the application and award process.

UNT has been named one of America's 100 Best College Buys© for 19 consecutive years and offers the quality of a private university at an affordable cost.

Applying for financial aid

  1. Apply for financial aid online at fafsa.gov. The application is required for all types of financial aid, including Pell and other federal grants, state grants and loans. The FAFSA and Renewal FAFSA are available each Jan. 1.
  2. You must enroll in 6 hours (over one or two online sessions) in order to be eligible for financial aid.
  3. Financial aid awards will be disbursed 10 days prior to the first day of class. Awards will not disburse if you are enrolled in only 3 credit hours.
  4. Contact Student Financial Aid and Scholarships at 940-565-2302 or by e-mail Financial Aid directly, please click on "Ask a question" through AskUNT for information regarding financial aid for the online program.

Financial Aid

  • $320 million awarded annually
  • 72% of UNT students receive aid

Learn more about financial aid at financialaid.unt.edu.

Grants

  • Merit and/or need-based
  • No repayment required
  • Many federal, state and institutional grants are available at UNT

Learn more about grants at financialaid.unt.edu/grants.

Loans

  • Available at low-interest rates to students
  • Repayment required

Learn more about loans at financialaid.unt.edu/loans.

Faculty

 

Our faculty members are committed to inquiry and shared discovery, best professional practices, active participation in professional and scholarly organizations, the effective use of technology, and the value of intellectual and human diversity.

 

They are committed to your success and are your partners throughout the online course process. Your professors will be available to you through:

  • Facilitating discussion threads
  • Organizing and participating in student chats
  • Continually monitoring and encouraging student activity and progress
  • Engaging students with questions about coursework via e-mail

Master of Science in Applied Technology & Performance Improvement:

Courses

Master's in Applied Workforce Learning & Performance

Doctorate Coursework

Requirements

Our faculty prescribes to the Academy of Human Resource Development's standards on Ethics and Integrity, and Graduate Program Excellence.

The Master of Science with a major in Workforce Learning & Performance is a 36-hour program. This is the recommended degree for those seeking careers in the field of training and development.

Required Courses

Suggested course schedules are available in 2-year and 3-year formats.

Additional Requirements

  • Two years of approved work experience OR 3-6 hours of internship (LTEC 6701)
  • Up to 9 hours of leveling courses to be determined by your advisor.

The career fields for individuals who seek employment in applied technology or training and development are rapidly expanding. The expansion of opportunities, due to fundamental restructuring in both the private and public sectors of employment, is key to a global marketplace in which the current workforce must develop new skills.

The Graduate School requires that degree candidates in non-thesis seminar programs successfully complete an exit seminar (ATTD 5360)during the last semester of enrollment. All graduate courses for this degree are 100% Internet-based: there are no classroom sessions to attend!

Master's Advisor:

Dr. Rose Baker
Assistant Professor
Department of Learning Technologies
University of North Texas
3940 North Elm Street, G150
Denton, TX 76207
(940) 369-7684 (phone)
(940) 565-4194 (fax)
Rose.Baker@unt.edu

How to Apply

Admissions

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Application Process

You must first apply to the Toulouse Graduate School. The application can be obtained on-line. Upon acceptance to the Toulouse Graduate School you are responsible for reading the Graduate Catalog in the following areas:

  1. Master's degree process at UNT.
  2. Section on Learning Technologies (LT) Master's programs and degree plans.
  3. Overview of the course descriptions for the Master'sin Workforce Learning & Performance.

The WLP faculty will review all materials. A letter will be sent to you indicating their decision. Admission decisions are made during the fall and spring semesters only. A decision will be made by the end of the semester in which WLP receives your application from the Toulouse Graduate School. Summer applicants will be notified by the end of the fall semester.

Individuals who do not meet all of the required educational and work experience qualifications will be required to take leveling courses in addition to the courses required

Once you have been accepted into the WLP program, you should contact the WLP Master's advisor so that an official degree plan can be completed and submitted to the Graduate School.

The faculty will be looking for such things as:

Relevant work experience (Career and Technology Education, corporate training) Certification(s) held Publications/writings Presentations Involvement in professional associations Leadership involvement and potential

If you have checked WLP as your major on the Toulouse Graduate School application, your GPA will be reviewed. If you have recorded a GRE score with the Graduate School, the score will be sent to the ATPI program with your application. If your last 60 hours of course work or cumulative Bachelor's GPA is 3.0 or higher or if your overall Master's GPA is 3.5 or higher, we do not require a standardized entrance exam score (GRE, MAT, GMAT, etc.) for MS in WLP. If your last 60 hours of course work GPA is 2.6 – 2.9, you may be conditionally admitted without test scores based on a review of your application materials. Conditional acceptance requires that you maintain a B average in your first 12 hours of graduate course work numbered 5000 or higher to remain in graduate status. This information can be found under the Admission section of this page.

Non-Degree Student

Without the official admission application, you should apply to the Toulouse Graduate School as a non-degree student. As a non-degree student, you are allowed to take up to 12 credit hours of graduate courses before having to submit the official admission application to the Toulouse Graduate School. Make certain that the courses you take are listed on the degree plan for the Master's degree that you are seeking.

Once the official admission application is submitted, your application will be sent to our department and you will be considered for acceptance into the WLP program. It is highly recommended that you take no more than 3 credit hours. The reason for this is so that you do not accrue too many credit hours before you are officially admitted to the program. In the past students have taken several courses but have been unable to meet the admission requirements to the WLP program. There is no guarantee that you will be admitted to the WLP program just because you have been admitted to the Toulouse Graduate School. All programs at UNT have different admissions criteria. The course that you take during this time must fit into the WLP Master's degree plan that you are seeking. This degree plan is posted on the Learning Technologies website under Current Students.

Once the official admission application is submitted, you must contact the Toulouse Graduate School and have your degree choice changed from non-degree to WLP-MS. Your application will be sent to the Department of Learning Technologies. Submission of your application to the WPL program from the Toulouse Graduate School does not mean automatic acceptance into the program. Other criteria will be reviewed in addition to the GRE score (see Admission section below).

For information regarding your status contact the Toulouse Graduate School at (940) 565-2383.

Admission

Once the WLP program receives your application from the Graduate School, you will receive a request via email for the following information:

A one-page statement of your career goals and how Obtaining a Master's degree in WLP will assist you in meeting these goals (where you are coming from and where you expect the degree to take you). Documentation of your professional work experience in education or training. A form entitled Teaching/Training Experience Form is located on the WLP Master's web page for this purpose. A copy of y

Master of Science in Health Services Administration

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MS in Health Services Administration

Leaders in the current health care delivery environment seek a broad based graduate education that offers the opportunity to assume a leadership role in a health care delivery setting that serves a broader spectrum of the population. This program provides the broad foundation in health services administration that future leaders seek, and also provides choices for a specialized area of expertise. At the master's level, we currently offer concentrations in applied gerontology and long term care administration. Additional concentrations in other areas will be added in the future.

Coming in 2017, we will begin offering a Ph.D. program in Health Services Research with a concentration in Applied Gerontology. The focus will be on the applied gerontology practitioner who is interested in making a contribution to the discipline through research, while maintaining their focus on active engagement with the aging population.

The faculty has a vast array of experience in a variety of health care delivery environments, and broad expertise in health care research and policy. In addition, access to a fully online master's program allows working professionals to balance coursework and demanding careers. Students in the online program gain knowledge through applied study of actual cases, discussions, relevant projects, and interactive learning forums.

Benefits of this Program

  • Online Courses make this degree achievable even while working full time.
  • Investigate accessibility of the health care delivery system for aging population.
  • Work with faculty members in applied gerontology research.

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree in less time.
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,421.45.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time? Online courses allow you to work and go to school - helping you to graduate on time.
  • Respected. Faculty do valuable work in research on an international scale.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • Administrators of various agencies and facilities involved with long-term care and retirement facilities.
  • Students interested in researching various social, psychological and policy aspects of aging.
  • Students interested in integrating community-based and residential programs for the aged.

How does it work?

The thriving healthcare industry provides some of the nation’s best job opportunities. For instance, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) forecasts jobs for medical and health services managers to grow 23% between 2012 and 2022—considerably faster than the average percentage increase for most other occupations.

Leaders in the current health care delivery environment seek a broad based graduate education that offers the opportunity to assume a leadership role in a health care delivery setting that serves a broader spectrum of the population. This program provides the broad foundation in health services administration that future leaders seek, and also provides choices for a specialized area of expertise.

The College of Health and Public Service is proud to offer its newest programs in Health Services. If you are looking to further your career in the healthcare services, we offer the following concentrations within the MS in Health Services Administration:

  • Concentration in Applied Gerontology
  • Concentration in Long Term Care Administration

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Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling

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Achieve Your Online MS in Rehabilitation Counseling

Graduates of the master’s program of rehabilitation counseling go on to help individuals with disabilities find jobs, feel empowered to live a productive life and undergo challenging transitions with guided support. Alumni of our rehabilitation counseling program may be seen in community rehabilitation centers, Veterans Affairs offices, schools or in addiction clinics, building a bridge to recovery and a sustainable life.

U.S. News ranked our master’s program as number fifteen in the nation for best graduate rehabilitation counseling programs; in Texas, our program is tied for number one. Students enrolled in the graduate program are passionate about improving the quality of life for others.

The Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling offers:

Students graduate with a Master of Science degree in rehabilitation counseling after completing the 48-credit hour RCE program and passing a comprehensive examination. The program includes 36 credit hours in courses that include:

  • Rehabilitation counseling principles and ethics
  • Multiculturalism and disability
  • Medical and psychosocial aspects of disability
  • Counseling theories and techniques
  • Research and program evaluation
  • Assessment
  • Employment models and case management practices
  • Nine credit hours in courses in supervised fieldwork (over 700 hours)
  • One elective. Elective courses available within the program include psychiatric rehabilitation, advanced counseling techniques, addiction counseling models and treatment and transition counseling.

Fall entry into the program is encouraged. However, applicants can be admitted for the spring semester as well.

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Benefits of this Program

  • To develop and disseminate the best practices in providing rehabilitation counseling services to individuals with disabilities.
  • To provide a comprehensive curriculum preparing students from diverse backgrounds for a career in rehabilitation counseling.
  • To strengthen values, skills and knowledge of students that result in a genuine commitment to human rights, professionalism, personal integrity and ethical practice.
  • To nurture an approach to professional practice and rehabilitation research that is characterized by inquiry, critical thinking, flexibility, and self-confidence.
  • To provide high-quality services to individuals with disabilities.
  • To develop and disseminate the best practices in providing rehabilitation counseling services to individuals with disabilities.

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  • Convenient. Log in at any time from any place.
  • Affordable. Costs $1,424.45 per 3-hour course for Texas residents – an excellent value for a Master's Degree.
  • Flexible. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. This degree offers work Inside the Classroom and Outside the Classroom along with an online presence.
  • Respected. Quality staff dedicated to assisting you in your educational goals.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

Rehabilitation counselors are the only professional counselors educated and trained to specifically serve individuals with physical, mental, developmental, cognitive and emotional disabilities reach their personal, career and independent living goals. Graduates of our rehabilitation counseling program are employed in various rehabilitation, behavioral health and health care settings, such as the Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services, Veterans Affairs as well as hospitals, insurance companies, university and school settings, community programs, non-profit agencies, independent living centers and many other settings serving individuals with disabilities.

How does it work?

Inside the Classroom:

As a student, you will gain communication and goal-setting skills for the counseling process, utilizing self-advocacy, psychological, vocational, social and behavioral interventions. Students are immersed into a curriculum combining academic theory and technique courses with hands-on practicum experience. This core curriculum involves preparatory studies in disability, educational and occupational information, counseling and case management and vocational rehabilitation process. The core curriculum is made up of 36 hours of coursework with an additional three hours of electives. While a thesis is optional, it may be beneficial to students looking to pursue their doctorate.

The Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation master’s program offers a traditional on-campus program as well as a distance-learning online program for professionals actively involved in the field. The program is nationally accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE); therefore, the curriculum is designed to meet the requirements for national certification as a rehabilitation counselor (CRC), as well as licensure as a professional counselor (LPC) by the state of Texas. So, upon graduation of the program, students are eligible for national certification as well as Texas licensure.

Outside the Classroom:

The skills obtained by students cannot be solely achieved through the classroom; this is why the master’s program utilizes on-campus and community-based services into the curriculum.

Beyond the classroom, students participate in field-site internship experiences and emphasize on exposure to a broad spectrum of rehabilitation services, professional organizations, interdisciplinary professional activities and advocacy and consumer groups in the field of rehabilitation. Students are required to achieve three hours of practicum and six hours of an internship.

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Online MS in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration

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Achieve Your Online MS in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration

The online program is geared toward criminal justice practitioners interested in advancing their careers and working professionals interested in pursuing careers in criminal justice.

The online Master of Science in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration is ranked #2 in Texas and #18 in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report.

This two-year program consists of four (4) required core courses (12 Hours), 24 hours of electives from criminal justice (9 hours of elective courses from outside the discipline can be completed), and a comprehensive exam that will assist the student in integrating their skills into a practical setting (for a total of 36 hours to complete the degree).

The Department of Criminal Justice is dedicated to continuing growth as a leader in developing high-quality internet and web-based instruction, and to increasing the use of new and innovative technology in the delivery of its instructional programs to individuals whose circumstances prevent them from regularly attending classes on the university campus. The online program allows students to complete coursework around their schedules and finish their degree in two years.

Benefits of this Program

  • Complete your degree faster through flexible transfer credit options. Up to 9 hours may be applied toward your degree for qualified professional training courses or graduate credit from another University.
  • All courses are designed and developed by full-time department faculty. The online Master of Science in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration continues the tradition of quality instruction, standards of excellence, and innovation in teaching and learning for which the Department of Criminal Justice is well known.
  • Quality Education. The online MS in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration provides students who cannot come to the Denton campus with a quality graduate learning experience. The online Master of Science in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration is ranked #2 in Texas and #18 in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report.

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  • Convenient. Log in at any time from any place.
  • Affordable. Costs $1,073.85* per 3-hour course for Texas residents and $1,515.48* per 3-hour course for Out-of-State residents – an excellent value for a master’s degree.
  • Flexible. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. With the option to take one, two, or three courses at a time, you can set your own pace to best fit your needs. (Financial Aid requires taking 5 graduate hours to qualify.)
  • Respected. UNT's criminal justice alumni can be found in virtually every criminal justice agency serving the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex and throughout the State of Texas.

*The amounts above do not include certain mandatory fees charged to students who are simultaneously taking courses on-campus nor do they include any college-level course fees. These costs are an estimate and the actual cost may vary based on the individual circumstances of the student (e.g., waivers or exemptions).

How does this program advance my career?

  • You may enter the corporate world as an investigator or a contingency manager, assisting in investigations of internal theft and fraud.  
  • You may work as a police office or investigator in a city, county, state, or federal law enforcement agency.
  • You may serve as a probation or parole office at the county, state, or federal level. You may work as a detention or custodial officer in a city, county, state or federal jail or prison.
  • You may become a victim's advocate, an administrator with a criminal justice agency or a researcher or analyst in crime and law enforcement.

How does it work?

  • The 36-hour Online MS in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration requires four (4) required core courses (12 hours), 24 hours of electives from criminal justice (9 hours of elective courses from outside the discipline can be completed), and a comprehensive exam that will assist the student in integrating their skills into a practical setting (for a total of 36 hours to complete the degree).
  • Online course schedule rotates throughout Fall, Summer, and Spring with many courses offered each semester-- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.
  • If you take two courses each session, you can earn your Online MS in Criminal Justice with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration in as little as two years.

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Master of Science in Merchandising

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The Master of Science degree in merchandising offers an integrated program of study focusing on the management of products, services, and experiences in a consumer-driven global market.

The MS in Merchandising offers:

  • Our program prepares students to become leaders in the global industry as well as scholars in higher education.
  • Effective leaders are developed through core competencies including solving complex problems, generating new knowledge, communicating effectively, and creating new product and business strategies. Graduate coursework in research methods, research applications, merchandising strategies, international sourcing, and consumer theory prepare students for careers in industry or higher education.

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Benefits of this Program

  • Graduates will be able to conceptualize, organize, and propose solutions to complex merchandising problems using appropriate research methodologies, statistical procedures, and technological applications.
  • Graduates will be able to interpret qualitative and quantitative data in the critical analysis of merchandising processes and business practices.
  • Graduates will be able to demonstrate creative thinking and independent inquiry.
  • Graduates will be able to demonstrate leadership skills as they assume key merchandising positions in the industry.
  • Graduates will be able to integrate merchandising theories, principles, and practices into the development, production, and distribution of fashion-oriented products

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  • Convenient. Online courses allow you to log in at any time from any place.
  • Affordable. Costs $1,421.45 per 3-hour course for Texas residents – an excellent value for a master's degree.
  • Flexible. 5 different study tours offered.
  • Adaptable. You may convert your GAC in Merchandising to your required courses for the MS in Merchandising.
  • Respected. 1st and best Digital Retailing program in the U.S.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

Merchandising and Digital Retailing offers unique programs that prepare the students for the dynamic fashion and retail industry. With strong industry connection, engaged faculty and innovative curricula, we pride ourselves on being one of the leading programs in the United States.

  • 70% of the graduates complete paid internship
  • 90% of graduates are employed in the field

How does it work?

The MS in Merchandising is available in a variety of formats:

  • Merchandising Graduate Thesis Option
  • Merchandising Graduate Non-Thesis Option
  • MS Merchandising 100% Online

Thesis Option: Students may elect to conduct original research during the course of their graduate study. With the thesis option, the student will develop an idea that is suitable for a comprehensive research project. A major professor will be selected to mentor and guide the thesis project. A minimum of 36 semester hours with a minimum of 30 semester hours (including 6 hours of thesis) in CMHT is required.

Non-Thesis Option: Students may elect to earn research experience through PILOT option by taking a 3 hour PILOT course for a single semester. With PILOT, students have 4 options- research paper, conceptual paper, consultancy report, and case study. A minimum of 36 semester hours with a minimum of 30 semester hours (including 3 hours of thesis) in CMHT is required.

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