Students must complete all courses listed in the general requirements. ETSC 700 credits are to be taken in conjunction with fulfilling the research component of the curriculum. Students must complete either a thesis or a research project. The comprehensive exam is not an available option for the MSETS program.
The student must select 16 credits from the following list to complete a program total of 45 credits. The student may propose to take alternative electives course(s) that are not shown on the list of approved technical electives. If the student takes any electives course for which he or she has not met the pre-requisites, then fulfilling those prerequisites will add credit hours to his or her course of study, beyond the 45 credits required for graduation. All electives courses the student wants to include in the course of study are subject to the approval of the advisor and the department chair.
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