Master's Advisory Committee


The master's candidate's advisory committee, appointed by the department, determines the work to be completed in light of the student's academic background and objectives. The adviser shall be from the regular faculty, tenured or tenure-track. Additional committee members are appointed within departmental guidelines. The number of committee members is determined by the department.

The student's major school or department may require qualifying, comprehensive, or final examinations or any combination of these. The exams may be written or oral. The content and methods of conducting such examinations are the responsibility of the school or department.

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