If you are ready to apply, please use the link in the Prospective Student link
The best way to learn about the classes offered in the program is to read through the student handbooks (see the navigation bar on the left)
Use the table of contents to to see the "Fact Sheet" for your program. This will show when students usually take classes, how difficult they are, and alternative quarters when courses are offered.
Other handbook aspects prospective students find useful are the Tips and Advice from Students (completed by second year students as advice for first year students), the program's Mission and Vision Statements (also available online), and the Guide for Graduate Counseling Students.
For the list of classes published in the handbook, please use the online catalog for your year.
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