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  Graduate School-Camden 2007-2009 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Liberal Studies 606 Degree Requirements  

Degree Requirements

A total of 30 credits is required to complete the program:

1.  6 credits (2 courses) focusing on a variety of cultural developments in the history of western civilization (56:606:501-502, 511-512, 521-522, 531-532).

2.  3 credits (1 course) on either nonwestern cultures or issues pertaining to gender and minorities (56:606:541-542).

3.  18 additional credits (6 courses)  from among the following offerings:
a.  elective seminars in liberal studies;
b.  courses offered by the graduate programs in childhood studies, English, history, law, psychology and public policy (subject to the approval of the directors of these programs and the liberal studies program director);
c.  up to two approved advanced undergraduate courses from a wide variety of liberal arts and sciences disciplines (in which graduate students are required to do more work than is required of the undergraduate students). Enrollment in an undergraduate course requires prior approval by the graduate program director.

4.  Capstone Project (3 credits) -- an independent research project supervised by a faculty adviser on a topic of particular interest to the individual student (56:606:689).

No more than two courses with grades lower than a B may be counted toward the degree. Two grades lower than B will result in academic probation. Any additional grade lower than a B will result in dismissal from the program.

Up to 10 graduate credits (with grades of B or better) may be transferred from other programs, with the approval of the graduate program director.

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