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Because STJR students often come from widely varied backgrounds
and have varied professional goals, the curriculum for the M.S. in
Science and Technology Journalism is fairly flexible. A student
with a background in English or journalism would normally be more
interested in science classes than a student with a science
background and vice versa. Students take either a 36 hour
non-thesis (internship) track or a 32 hour thesis track.
*Up to 9 hours of courses may be at the 300 or 400 level. The
remaining course work must be at the 600 level.
† No more than 8 hours of 685 (Directed Studies) courses, 3
hours of 690 (Theory of Research), or 695 (Frontiers in Research)
may be used. Refer to the Texas A&M University graduate
catalog for more information on course limitations.
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