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In addition to meeting the core curriculum and concentration course
requirements, M.A. students must complete either a thesis (6 credits) or
an analytical paper (3 credits) plus 3 additional credits of course work
in the area of concentration. This capstone writing requirement is
designed to give students an opportunity to analyze in depth a
particular situation, problem, issue, policy, or organization.
Theses are generally 40-80 pages in length and are characterized by primary data collection and analysis.
Analytical papers are generally 40 pages and are often critical
literature reviews of existing data or research. However, the analytical
paper may involve some limited primary data collection. The difference
in data collection between the thesis and AP is often an issue of scope
These characterizations are not "set in stone," so any student with
questions should contact the chair of their committee and/or advisor.
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