DEGREES AND SPECIALIZATIONS
The University offers a select group of focused programs designed to provide a high quality, practitioner-oriented education to students from around the world. Courses within the University’s degree programs are available in classroom-based education. Each program requires a completion of 54 credit hours which consist of two common core courses (9 credits), six program core courses (27 credits), three elective courses (13.5 credits), and a 4.5-credit capstone course.
Students can personalize their course of study through a selection of elective courses. Chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor, these courses provide students with the specialized, focused training they need to develop their career paths.
A student wishing to have a specialization noted on the transcript must take a prescribed set of four elective courses to fulfill the requirements of a specialization.