The M. A student must be registered for at least three 3 graduate credit hours the semester in which graduation is expected. Students must submit an advisor-approved MS Plan of Study within the first semester. See deadlines in chart below. To submit your Faculty Advisor approved MS Plan of Study, schedule an appointment online with the Masters Program Coordinator for a check-in meeting during the assigned time frame or your due date.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations Submission at GW
Electronic Theses and Dissertations Submission at GW | GW Libraries
In addition to the general academic regulations, the particular requirements of the master's degree are provided below and in the separate listings for departments and programs. There is no general residency requirement. See specific degree listings for program requirements. Limited graduate credit earned from another accredited college or university will be considered for transfer to a TCU master's program. Written request for transfer credit, with appropriate transcripts, should be made at the time of application for admission. TCU graduate students who either are currently enrolled in a master's degree program or who have already earned a master's degree from TCU or from an approved program outside of TCU may apply for an additional master's degree from TCU.
Explore this Section. Students defending a dissertation or thesis in the academic year will be permitted to conduct their oral defense by video via Zoom for all committee members to view. In-person defenses will also be permitted as long as they adhere to any federal, state, or local mandates regarding the pandemic. This form should be submitted to the Office of Graduate Education as soon as your proposal has been approved.
Because electronic theses and dissertations ETDs must be published, if any material contained in your document might require permission from another party for publication, all such permissions must be obtained prior to the submission of the ETD. Technical support is available. Click here to begin your submission. It is critical that your submission be complete and correct.