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CSP 545, CSP 546, CSP 551, CSP 616, CSP 640, CSP 643, CSP 647, CSP 682, CSP 686, CRD 624

  • B.

    Emphasis on TEACHING THE MILDLY/MODERATELY DISABLED (for individuals who do not hold a BSE in Special Education ......................................................................

    • 1.

      Core Education Courses ......................................................9 EPY 601, ELR 605, CUR 608

    • 2.

      Required Courses ............................................................30 CSP 545, CSP 546, CSP 547, CSP 551, CSP 616, CSP 640, CSP 643, CSP 682, CSP 686, CRD 624 Prerequisite Courses - CSP 340/500

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MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Purpose. The Community Development program is designed to provide knowl- edgeable and skilled personnel for a variety of social organizations, including development corporations, for profit entities, and state and local government agencies. The program synthesizes theories on the formation and modification of individual and group behavior patterns with opportunities for practical appli- cation through internships and research in diverse community settings.

Admission. Requirements for Admission are

1. 2.

An undergraduate degree in the proposed area of study or a related area.

a.

A minimum overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 OR

    • b.

      At least three years of successful relevant professional experience sup- ported by three letters of recommendation from practitioners in the field.

  • 3.

    A satisfactory score on the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency Writing Exam to be completed within the first semester of graduate study.

4. Candidates for admission must submit a written statement describing why they wish to enter the program and how the program can lead to career success.

  • 5.

    Applications will be reviewed three times per year, no later than April 15, July 15, and December 15 by the Community Development Graduate Committee.

  • 6.

    It is recommended that students entering the program enter the program with six completed hours in the social sciences, three complete hours in statistics or research methods, and three completed hours in economics, manage- ment, or finance.

7. The Community Development Graduate Committee may require that stu- dents take one or more undergraduate courses prior to their formal admit- tance into the MSCD program. The courses will be identified on the basis of need and will be recommended to the students upon notification of the sta- tus of the students’ admission applications.

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