Prevention Science, Master of Prevention Science
Minimum Total Hours (Non-Thesis): 33
Program Code: M793
- This program is Non-Thesis only.
|LSTD 5003||Introduction to Graduate Interdisciplinary Studies||3|
|LSTD 5013||Interdisciplinary Foundations||3|
|LSPS 5113||Foundations in Prevention Science||3|
|LSPS 5133||Prevention Across the Lifespan||3|
|LSPS 5173||Program Development Implementation and Evaluation||3|
|Research Methods (all students)|
|All students must complete on of the following courses:||3|
|Research Methods in Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Qualitative Research Methods in Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Choose fifteen hours of Liberal Studies courses. Some current courses which are available are listed below: 1||15|
|Strategic Planning and Evaluation in HHSA|
|Cultural, Social and Diversity Issues in HHSA|
|Ethics in Human and Health Services Administration|
|Cross-Cultural Health Issues in Human and Health Services Administration|
|Cultures of Organizations|
|Leadership Issues in Decision Making|
|Internship in Liberal Studies|
|Total Credit Hours||33|
As approved by the College of Professional and Continuing Studies Dean. Some of the current courses from which students might choose are listed. However, students are not limited to only these courses. They may choose, with approval of the advisor and Graduate Liaison, from any of the courses offered through Liberal Studies. In addition and as appropriate, individual students may choose courses from outside the College of Professional and Continuing Studies, pending approval by both PACS and the department offering the specific course.
Program effective SU10. Check sheet version 12/2014
The master’s degree requires the equivalent of at least two semesters of satisfactory graduate work and additional work as may be prescribed for the degree.
All coursework applied to the master’s degree must carry graduate credit.
Master’s degree programs which require a thesis consist of at least 30 credit hours. All non-thesis master’s degree programs require at least 32 credit hours.
Credit transferred from other institutions must meet specific criteria and is subject to certain limitations.
Courses completed through correspondence study may not be applied to the master’s degree.
To qualify for a graduate degree, students must achieve an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher in the degree program coursework and in all resident graduate coursework attempted. A student must also have at least a 3.0 in all coursework (including undergraduate coursework if any).
Additional information for master's degree students may be found in the Graduate College Bulletin.