Graduate Programs

 

The MIPER Graduate Program will be on hiatus for the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Semesters in order to re-energize and examine our entire curriculum. No graduate applications will be accepted or processed during this time. We hope to resume the program in the Fall 2016.

The Division offered the following graduate programs in the disciplines of International Political Economy and of Science, Technology and Society Studies:

 


 

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Policy (STEP) Graduate Minor and Certficate
    The STEP graduate minor for the MS degree requires a minimum 9 semester hours of course work. The STEP graduate minor for the PhD degree requires a minimum 12 semester hours of course work. The STEP graduate certificate requires a minimum 15 semester hours of course work. In all cases, the required course work must include LAIS 586 Science and Technology Policy. Other courses may be selected from a list of recommended courses posted and regularly updated on the LAIS Science and Technology Policy Studies web site, a list which includes some courses from other academic units. Among non-LAIS courses, the MS minor is limited to one such course and the PhD minor and graduate certificate are limited to two such courses. With the approval of the LAIS STEP adviser, it is also possible to utilize a limited number of other courses from the CSM Bulletin as well as transfer courses from other institutions.
     
  • Graduate Individual Minor
    A 12 credit-hour minor for graduate students pursuing degrees in other CSM academic units. Please contact either an LAIS faculty member with whom you are interested in working, or the MIPER Director for assistance in identifying an advisor. The Graduate Individual Minor must be approved by the student's graduate committee and by the LAIS Division.
     

 

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