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Generally speaking, completed courses (both at the undergraduate and graduate levels) provide students with credit units counted toward a total number required for completion of a program of study. So called "full courses" engage students for two terms of study and provide 6 credit units following successful completion. "Half courses" engage students for one term of study and provide 3 credit units. The total number of credit units required for the completion of a program of study differs from one program to the next. In the Department of Educational Administration, completion of a Master's (Course-Based) program of study involves 30 completed credit units of required and elective course work. Completion of a Master's (Thesis) program of study involves 21 completed credit units of required and elective course work, plus the successful writing and defence of a thesis. Completion of a PhD program of study involves 18 completed credit units of required and elective course work, plus the successful writing and defence of a dissertation.

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