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  • 404, University of Cincinnati, located in Cincinnati, Ohio., University of Cincinnati
    page from a saved bookmark please use the search box below to find the new location of the page and replace your bookmark If you followed a broken link on the UC website please report the problem to the UC Web Team Please include the Web address of the page where the broken link was found Search the UC website UC Home Visit UC Support UC Directories UC Tools Canopy

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  • 4+1 Master's Program, University of Cincinnati
    This program is intended for those seeking a terminal Masters degree with aspirations of obtaining a job in industry or education The non thesis MS does not serve as a substitute for a two year research intensive MS degree and is primarily a course intensive program with a lesser research component A student interested in this program should declare their intent to proceed with the additional year of Master s level study and identify a faculty advisor who is willing to supervise the coursework research endeavors and final project by no later than early fall semester of their senior year It is expected that the student will develop a detailed outline and begin preliminary work on a research topic during the senior year which will be carried into the additional fifth year of study The program will culminate with a research paper that is potentially publishable The student will also present research results to students and faculty Tuition costs for the fifth year of study are entirely the responsibility of the student and Teaching or Research Assistantships will not be awarded Details of the Geology 4 1 program Advisor and Advisory Committee During the junior year or at the beginning of the senior year the student must select a faculty member who will serve as their program advisor The advisor works with the student to determine which courses the student will take during the course of study and will oversee the studentâ s research final paper and defense The student and advisor must express the intent to begin the 4 1 program to the geology faculty In addition to the principal advisor the student must select two additional faculty members to serve as the Advisory Committee The committee should be selected by the end of fall quarter senior year The role of the committee is to suggest courses to be taken provide research support and oversee the progress of the final project The student must fill out a Committee Member form and submit the form to the Director of Graduate Studies for approval The student must meet with the committee once per semester and submit a Committee Meeting Report to the Academic Director Credit hour requirements The student is required to complete 30 credits of graduate level coursework 6000 to 8000 level courses Of those 30 credits 20 must be completed in courses where a letter grade is earned The student must maintain an overall GPA of 3 0 and may not receive a letter grade lower than a C Officially applying to the program The student must complete the online Graduate School application for the Geology non thesis MS during their senior year Once the student has completed the BS or BA degree they will be formally admitted to the MS program by the Graduate School Coursework The student may enroll in graduate level courses after the geology faculty have agreed that the student may begin the 4 1 program The student can begin taking graduate level courses during

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  • 4+1 Program, University of Cincinnati
    with a concentration in German Studies 66 What are the requirements for an MA in German Studies To receive an MA in German Studies students must complete 30 graduate credits and successfully pass the German Studies Department s MA Exam Most students will take two years to complete the degree but it is possible to graduate from the program in just one year Course Requirements At least one Research Seminar GRMN 7051 or GRMN 8051 Electives additional approved courses at the graduate level Students have two options for completing the MA Exam 1 Exam Option and 2 Thesis Option All students pursuing an MA in one year will normally take the Exam Option and all students pursuing the MA in two years will normally take the Thesis Option exceptions are possible in both cases with the permission of the graduate director Exam Option The exam option consists of two exams both of which are normally taken in the spring of the first year in the MA program The first exam is based on the department s comprehensive reading list The second exam is based on a list focusing on a topic of the student s choice compiled in consultation with a faculty advisor Both exams are taken in two consecutive weekends during spring semester These written exams are followed by an oral exam Comprehensive Exam In the spring of their first year of MA studies students take a comprehensive take home MA exam based on the departmental MA reading list The exam consists of two sections each of which contains multiple questions The first section will cover genres and media The second section will cover authors and periods The texts will be drawn from the departmental reading list Students will receive their exam at the scheduled time and will have from Friday morning 10am to Monday afternoon 3pm to complete it Topic Exam Students pursuing a one year MA will compile a reading list of 15 titles on a topic of their choice to be determined in consultation with a faculty advisor This list must be approved by their advisor by the second week of spring semester Students will take a take home exam in the spring based on this reading list Students will receive their exam at the scheduled time and will have from Friday morning 10am to Monday afternoon 3pm to complete it Oral Exam The two written exams are followed up by a one hour oral exam in which the candidate for the MA exam and faculty discuss their exams and their work in the program During the semester in which they are studying for their exams students will sign up for GRMN 7092 MA Exam Prep Thesis Option Students pursuing the thesis option will take a comprehensive exam and an oral exam in their first year of MA study and will write and defend a thesis in their second year of MA study Comprehensive Exam In the spring of their first year of MA studies students

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  • 4+1 Master's Degree In History (BA & MA) , University of Cincinnati
    Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of History Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Research Seminar 2014 2015 Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Newsletters Giving to History Facebook Twitter Contact Dept of History 360 McMicken Hall Phone 513 556 2144 Fax 513 556 7901 4 1 Master s Degree In History BA MA We offer an accelerated combined track for students who wish to earn both a BA and MA in history To apply to this program students must be declared History majors They must have at least a 3 5 GPA in history courses and a 3 3 GPA overall at the end of their junior year when they must declare their interest in entering the 5 year BA MA Program in writing to the Director of Graduate Studies In addition to fulfilling all of the requirements of the undergraduate major interested students must take two 6000 level History seminars in their junior or senior year Applicants will follow the usual application procedures in the fall of their senior year The Graduate Admissions Committee will consider 5 year BA MA Program applications along with all other applicants for admission and Graduate Assistantships Those who receive and accept GAship offers cannot

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  • BA/BS+MS (4+1) Program in Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati
    of his or her fourth year This program is particularly appropriate for students entering with advanced standing for one or two semesters of Calculus Up to 12 semester graduate credits can be taken while a student is still enrolled as an undergraduate Interested students should talk to their advisor early in their undergraduate studies to make certain they are on schedule to earn the combined degrees in five years Application Process Students may apply to the 4 1 program during their junior or senior year However students are encouraged to apply to the program before the end of their junior year to help ensure that they have the full subsequent year to begin taking appropriate courses for graduate credit lessening the course load they will need to carry in their fifth year Once a completed application has been received by the Mathematical Sciences Graduate Program Coordinator the student will be notified quickly generally within 30 days whether they have been accepted into the program The program accepts a limited number of students each year and applicants will be considered for admission on a competitive basis If accepted into the program the student meets with their advisor as soon as possible to plan a course of study After completing all requirements for the BA or BS degree the student must complete a formal graduate application online and pay the graduate application fee to transition to graduate status Acceptance into the 4 1 program indicates a commitment by the Department of Mathematical Sciences to Accept the student s graduate courses completed while an undergraduate student toward the MS degree Support the student s application for admission to the MS program through the graduate school Minimum Academic Requirements for Acceptance to the 4 1 Program Completion of at least 60 undergraduate semester credits Completion of at least 24 of the mathematics statistics semester credits required for the undergraduate degree Overall GPA of 3 3 and Mathematics GPA of 3 3 A Complete Application Consists of Completed application form Unofficial transcript Short written statements of career goals and reasons for applying to the 4 1 program Two letters of recommendation one of which must be from a faculty member from the Department of Mathematical Sciences letters are to be submitted directly by recommenders Submit your application electronically to Professor Don French Mathematical Sciences Graduate Program Director Sample Course Sequences A total of 120 undergraduate credits is required for the undergraduate degree and 30 graduate credits for the MS degree Thus students must complete an average of 30 credits per year Students without advanced standing may find this goal easier if they take additional classes during the summer semester Below are some possible mathematics statistics course sequences leading to both degrees for students entering ready to take Calculus Students entering with advanced placement in mathematics will have greater flexibility in accomplishing this goal Some deviations from these proposed schedules are possible with the prior approval of a student s advisor Students wishing to obtain a

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  • 4+1 BA/MA Program, University of Cincinnati
    years rather than the customary 6 5 Applications should be submitted within a week of the end of spring semester for possible enrollment the following autumn semester Why should you enroll in the 5 year BA MA Program in Philosophy Here are just a few reasons Students who want to go on in philosophy can dramatically enhance their academic profile with an MA degree Admission into philosophy PhD programs is extremely competitive an MA can increase your chances by sharpening your philosophical acumen broadening your experience improving your writing and deepening your relationships with philosophy faculty who will be asked to support you in the PhD admissions process The same can be said for students who wish to go on to law school or PhDs in other related disciplines A year of good experience in a graduate program helps demonstrate your aptitude for the intensity of graduate work And along with that it improves your academic profile and analytical skills In today s job market a BA is no longer the ticket to the best jobs or the best pay Students with advanced degrees are doing better and better on the job market because government business and industry wants smarter more creative and more talented team members Enhancing your portfolio with an MA in philosophy can help you better succeed in an increasingly competitive world The Department of Philosophy here at UC is internationally recognized for its strengths in aesthetics philosophy of art philosophy of the life sciences including biology bioethics and environmental ethics philosophy of neuroscience philosophy of cognitive science and philosophy of mind Faculty are involved in cutting edge philosophical research in each of these areas 5 year BA MA students can expect to be a part of an exciting and dynamic group Admissions Requirements The following requirements

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  • BA + MA Program in Political Science, University of Cincinnati
    enter civil service positions at a significantly higher grade level than those with only a bachelor s degree The BA MA program sometimes referred to as a 4 1 program allows students who have elective hours in their senior year to begin taking graduate classes at that time After earning the BA degree degree and completing the admission requirements for the MA program students will be formally admitted to the Graduate School and continue their graduate coursework Students who are able to complete two to three graduate courses in their senior year should be able to complete their Master s degree in one additional year Note that undergraduate students may only enroll for a maximum of 10 graduate credits during their undergraduate studies Application Process The admissions process involves two steps 1 Students may apply for the program at any time during the junior year If accepted they begin taking courses for graduate credit with permission of the graduate director 2 During the senior year students apply to the MA program via the Graduate School s online application system After completing all requirements for the bachelor s degree and the MA program application students will be admitted to the Graduate School When taking graduate courses in the senior year students will be charged undergraduate tuition for a full time course load After being formally admitted to the Graduate School students in the BA MA program will be charged graduate tuition for theircoursework but will receive a tuition scholarship equal to 25 of graduate tuition for two semesters of full time graduate study To apply for acceptance into the BA MA program students should submit the application form along with the required documents to the Political Science Office in Crosley 1110 Requirements for acceptance to the BA MA program Political Science

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  • 4+1 Master's Program in Sociology, University of Cincinnati
    Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Sociolagy Faculty Staff Students Kunz Center for Social Research Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate Major in Sociology Undergraduate Minor in Sociology 4 1 Master s Program in Sociology Special Opportunities Undergraduate Advising Funding Resources for Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Student Groups Research Scholarship Seminars and Events News Alumni Friends Giving Spring 2016 Course Offerings 4 1 Master s Program in Sociology The BA MA program in sociology is designed to let students pursuing a bachelor s degree in sociology earn a master s degree in sociology with one additional year of study Requirements of both programs must be met in their entirety Students entering the 4 1 BA MA program are not eligible for funding Students who are interested in pursuing this option should contact the Director of Graduate Studies Annulla Linders She can be reached at annulla linders uc edu or 556 4710 Eligibility Students who meet the following criteria are eligible to complete the BA MA in Sociology Junior standing Completion of at least 2 sociology electives at the 3000 or above level GPA of 3 0 or above in their sociology classes Completion of 2 of the following 4 foundational courses methods statistics theory inequality Requirements for the BA MA Degree in Sociology The following is the suggested distribution of graduate classes during the last year of undergraduate studies and the first year of graduate studies Courses Credits Senior Year Graduate elective 3 Graduate elective 3 3 1st Grad semester Introduction to Social Inequality 3 Logic of Inquiry 3 Classical Theory 3 Graduate elective 3 3 2nd Grad semester Intermediate statistics 3 Qualitative methods 3 Graduate elective 3 Graduate elective 3 Total Credits 30 The degree requires a minimum of

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