5 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Applied Literary Arts




The Degree of Master of Applied Literary Arts will normally be offered on campus in the evening. The program can be completed in twelve months with a Major Research Project or twenty-four months with a Thesis option. The course work will normally be completed in three consecutive semesters with three courses in the Fall, two courses in the Winter, and the Major Research Paper being completed over the entire twelve-month period. Students doing the Thesis option will complete the Thesis in the second year of study. Students may also opt to study on a part-time basis completing the course-based degree with the Major Research Paper in twenty-four months. Applicants are advised to consult, in addition to these regulations, the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies.

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