The MATC is a 30-hour degree. It is helpful to print out the degree outline and keep track of which courses you have taken and which courses you still need to take.
In your final semester, you are required to create and submit a Comprehensive Exam Portfolio of your best academic and practical work to demonstrate what you have learned in the MATC program.
Applying for Graduation
You should request a degree outline from the Graduate College when you apply for graduation. This official document is the University's record of your classes. Be sure to check for any inconsistencies: they could delay your graduation. If there are any inconsistencies with your degree plan, contact the program director, Dr. Aimee Roundtree, immediately.
Students doing the thesis track need to be aware of the deadlines for thesis materials. Students are responsible for meeting all the deadlines prior to graduation. For more information, please see our Thesis Track webpage or go to the Graduate College website to view their guide to preparing and submitting a thesis, along with the required forms necessary to complete your thesis.