Graduate Portfolio Programs

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Portfolio programs are opportunities for students to obtain credentials in a cross-disciplinary academic area of inquiry while they are completing the requirements for a master's or doctor's degree in a particular discipline.  A portfolio program usually consists of four thematically related graduate courses and a research presentation; for master's portfolio programs, a practical experience related to the portfolio program may replace the presentation.

Portfolio programs are not degree programs.  To be eligible to participate in a portfolio program, students must be admitted into one of the university's graduate degree programs.

Current Portfolio Programs, with links to program descriptions and application procedures:

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