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As a cohort system, all of the students in the program take the same two classes at
the same times. This allows students to work together and start and graduate at the
same time. Six credits still qualifies students for financial aid.
No, the program will accept undergraduate majors from a variety of backgrounds and
there is no required undergraduate coursework necessary for success in the program.
In the future, there may be opportunities for refresher coursework to be taken in
the summer preceding the program.
All coursework is online, making it flexible for the working professional. The in-person
residencies are only three times a year at the beginning of the fall, spring and summer
semesters, and dates are given well in advance.