Successful completion of the Professional Science Masters degree does not require a thesis. In lieu of a thesis, the student will complete a 3 -6 credit industrial internship; a Capstone placement requiring 250 hours of work in a business, government, or laboratory setting that may be paid or unpaid. Under the supervision of an industry professional, students will gain hands-on experience with "real-world" industrial problems. To complete the internship, the student is required to produce a written report of their role within the company and make a formal presentation to the College of Health Science faculty and company representatives. Students will take responsibility for finding a suitably approved internship, though they will be assisted in the process by the Program Director.

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