The Master of Arts degree is offered by the college. In addition to meeting the requirements of the University as described in the Graduate Education section of this catalog, students must meet the requirements specified below.
To be admitted to a Master of Arts degree in the College of Human Medicine on regular status, an applicant must have:
- a bachelor’s degree from a recognized educational institution.
- a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.0 in the junior and senior years of the bachelor’s degree program.
Each applicant must submit a letter directly to the academic unit that administers the program to which admission is sought, giving the applicant’s academic background and reasons for pursuing advanced study.
Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree
Candidates for the Master of Arts degree plan a program of study in consultation with a graduate advisor subject to the rules of the academic unit in which the degree is sought, the college, and the University. Two patterns of study are in general use: Plan A (with thesis) and Plan B (without thesis).