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MSP--Degree Requirements
Policy

Document Number: MSP--120 Revision #: 1.0
Document Owner: Executive VP Date Last Updated: 07/11/2013
Primary Author: Dean of the School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts Status: Approved
Date Originally Created: 05/15/2012

General Description
Description:

Information about MSP graduation requirements.


Purpose:

Delineation of MSP policy information.


Scope:

Students


Responsibility: Academic Affairs
Deans
Registrar
VP for Academic Affairs

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Requirements
Relevant Knowledge: In order to comply with this policy you should know:
Current University policy

Terms and Definitions: Additional training

Loss of privilege, student

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Policy Provisions
1.

Degree Requirements


The number of semester hours required for the Master of Science in Public Service Management degree is thirty-six (36).  Three (3) academic components (human relations, management, and research) are included and required for the M.S.P. degree program.  Satisfactorily completing the required 16 classes are needed for graduation.

 


1.1

Written Presentations


Written papers and/or projects may be required in most listed classes.  These requirements are designed to enhance the written communication skills of the participants.

 


1.2

Oral Presentations


Students enrolled in the program will be expected to prepare and present (with appropriate handouts) an oral presentation in most the listed classes.  This requirement is designed to enhance the oral communication skills of the participants.

 


1.3

Positive Communication and Other Needed Skills


Every student is expected to have satisfactory written and oral communication skills.  Computer literacy (word processing) and an understanding of basic algebra are also considered very important.  For individuals deficient in these areas, the University will provide limited assistance in acquiring the necessary competencies.

 


1.4

Comprehensive Final Examination


A written comprehensive examination will be administered during the final semester before graduation.  A passing grade is considered to be eighty (80) percent or higher on each of the five (5) parts.

 


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Performance Evaluation
Performance Metrics: Compliance with standard policy and procedure

Consequences: Further training
Loss of privileges

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Subject Experts
The following may be consulted for additional information.
Dean of the School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts

VP for Academic Affairs

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