Graduate students in an applied master’s program are required to complete a final course, which includes a project/presentation in order to achieve the degree.
Students in the following graduate programs are considered to be on the Applied Master’s Track:
- Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA)
- Master of Special Education (MSpEd)
Graduate Project Proposals (Non-Thesis/Capstone)
The links and forms below will guide you through the process of putting together a proposal for your final graduate project and getting approval for your final course. If you are planning to use human or animal subjects in your final project, you need to secure Institutional Review Board approval PRIOR to gathering data. The official approval and survey/interview document must be included in and with your proposal approval form (previously Form 3).
- When do you need IRB approval?
- Graduate Project Approval Form for Non-Thesis/Capstone (Replaces Form 3)
Application for Graduation (Form 4)
Submit the Applied Master’s Application for Graduation during the first week of the term you plan to complete your degree directly to the School of Graduate Studies.
- Form 4: Applied Masters Application for Graduation (submit online)
- Form 4-Applied Masters Application for Graduation (submit via email attachment)
Confirmation of Degree Requirements (Form 5)
Submit the Confirmation of Degree Requirements form upon completion of your Capstone project.
- Confirmation of Degree Requirements (submit via email attachment)