Graduate Programs in Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences offers the following graduate degrees:
The Master of Arts in Art
The Master of Arts in English
The Master of Arts in History
The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts
The Master Arts of in Political Science
The Master of Arts in Public Administration
The Master of Science in Biology
The Master of Science in Geology
Admission to Candidacy Form. Graduate students are required to file the form after completing twelve graduate hours. Please check with your major advisor for forms and signatures. The form must be filed in the Office of the College of Arts and Sciences (Ferguson Hall 108).
Applying to Graduate. Applications for graduation are obtained in the Office of the College of Arts and Sciences (Ferguson Hall 108). Prior to coming to the Arts and Sciences office the student is asked to pay the graduation fee at the casher's office and then to bring the receipt to the Arts and Sciences office. The student is encouraged to apply for graduation the semester before the anticpated graduation so that the student's degree plan may be audited to ensure all course requirements have been met.
Theses. A graduate student who is writing a thesis as part of the degree requirements must follow the style of the College of Arts and Sciences Thesis Guidelines in addition to the style requirements of the department. The chair of the thesis committee will work with the graduate student to select the style manual most suitable for the thesis, e.g., The Chicago Style Manual, The American Psychological Association Publication Manual, Scientific Style and Format, A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Turabian), Modern Language Association Handbook.
Thesis Deadlines. The College of Arts and Sciences adheres to a schedule of thesis submission. For the schedule contact Carol Greer [432-837-8368 or firstname.lastname@example.org] in Ferguson Hall 108.