Master's Degree

Master's Degree

The following is a listing of thesis related courses for the Master of Interactive Technology (MIT) Degree program.

HGAM 6175 - MASTER'S THESIS I

Students choose their thesis topics, and prepare and submit their thesis reviews under the oversight of the supervisory committee. A student must receive a grade of B- or better to enroll in HGAM 6176.
Prerequisite: Admittance in the master's degree program

HGAM 6178 - MASTER'S THESIS I POST CERTIFICATE

A student admitted with advanced standing into the master's degree program chooses a thesis topic, and must prepare and submit a thesis review under the oversight of the supervisory committee. The grading basis is credit/no credit.
Prerequisite: Admittance with advanced standing into the master's degree program

HGAM 6176 - MASTER'S THESIS II

Students must successfully prepare and submit their thesis proposals to the supervisory committee. Graded credit/no credit. This course can be retaken to receive credit.
Prerequisite: B- or better in HGAM 6175

HGAM 6179 - MASTER'S THESIS II POST CERTIFICATE

Students admitted with advanced standing into the master's degree program must successfully prepare their thesis proposals and submit them to the supervisory committee. The grading basis is credit/no credit.
Prerequisite: HGAM 6178

HGAM 6276 - MASTER'S THESIS III

This is the third course in a sequence of four. Student continues research on thesis topic under the oversight of the thesis supervisor. The grading basis of this course is credit/no credit. This course can be retaken to receive credit.
Prerequisite: HGAM 6176

HGAM 6278 - MASTER'S THESIS III POST CERTIFICATE

Students admitted with advanced standing into the master's degree program continue research on their thesis topic under the oversight of the thesis supervisor. Graded credit/no credit.
Prerequisite: HGAM 6179

HGAM 6277 - MASTER'S THESIS IV

This is the fourth course in a sequence of four. Student must successfully defend the thesis to the committee and submit approved document. The grading basis of this course is credit/no credit. Credit is received after the successful defense and approved document is received.
Prerequisite: HGAM 6276

HGAM 6279 - MASTER'S THESIS IV POST CERTIFICATE

A student admitted with advanced standing into the master's degree program must successfully defend a thesis to a committee and submit a final thesis document for approval. The grading basis is credit/no credit. Credit is received after the successful defense and the final thesis document is approved.
Prerequisite: HGAM 6278