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Second Graduate Degree

William Woods University does, under specified circumstances and conditions, admit students to study for a second Master or Specialist degree. A second Master or Specialist degree, in addition to other requirements, requires the possession of a completed Master/Specialist degree prior to admission and no less than 21 credit hours of academic work subsequent to the award of the first degree.

 The University does not permit, under any circumstances or conditions, simultaneous study for two graduate degrees. Students who pursue two MED/EDS majors simultaneously would be considered a double major under pursuit of one degree. A double major does not constitute a double degree or a second degree.

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