The goal of the Master of Technology Degree program is to prepare graduates for successful employment and advancement in science and technology fields which contribute to the economic well-being of southeastern Oklahoma. The program develops a knowledge base through three core courses and provides for an option of specialization. Candidates who would benefit from this program include:
- Local baccalaureate graduates from the School of Arts and Science who wish to obtain a master’s degree.
- Individuals employed in business/industry who wish to develop and broaden their technological and problem-solving abilities.
- Teachers in science, technology, and mathematics who wish to prepare for a job in industry, develop new technology job skills, or advance within the field of science education
- Individuals in the region who desire an advanced degree for self-satisfaction or position advancement.
In addition to admission by the Graduate School, applicants for the Biology option must be approved by the Biological Sciences department. When the applicant is accepted by the Graduate School, the School will forward the student’s application to Biological Sciences for approval.
The applicant must request a committee of three faculty members (see above) who are willing to serve as the applicant’s advisory committee. One of the committee members will be the student’s advisor. The student and advisor will work out a degree plan of courses that will complete the requirements for the option, and this plan must be approved by the committee.
The applicant may be required by the committee to complete some prerequisite courses.
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Last updated March 10, 2016