Research and Policy Master of Science Program
The resident Research and Policy Master of Science track prepares students for college teaching, consumer research positions, social service agencies, extension or other adult education programs, financial services institutions, consumer journalism and other positions in business, the public sector and not-for-profit institutions. Studies culminate in a research-based thesis that may either have a theoretical or applied focus. This masters degree also prepares students for subsequent work on a doctoral degree.
Acceptance to this program requires GRE or GMAT scores that meet department standards. This program requires a minimum of 30 hours to complete.
Download the Resident Research and Policy Master's Degree Program Handbook (PDF)