University Of Western California offers accredited Machelor’s Program in a wide variety of disciplines or areas of study. Below we have mentioned the admission requirements for this program. You will also find the list of majors that we offer under this program. If your desired major is not listed, you can make a request for that by clicking here.
Master’s degrees are graduate-level programs that typically take two years of additional full-time study after completion of a bachelor’s degree. Because most graduate students are already working professionals, many colleges and universities offer part-time or flexible master’s degree programs. These allow students to maintain their career while completing the degree at their own pace, but generally take longer than two years of study.
In order to apply for a master’s program, students usually must already possess a bachelor’s degree. Most students choose to pursue a master’s degree in order to advance in their chosen profession or enter a field that requires a high level of education. Many programs fall into one of two categories: Master of Arts (M.A.) or Master of Science (M.S.). The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) is another popular option.
The students seeking admission in Master’s program are required to fulfill any one of the following minimum requirements:
– A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
– Your previous work experience, coursework, elective classes, and previous credits will be recognized as course credits, after being evaluated by our evaluation committee. If you have had professional training or have served in the military, you may be able to convert previous experience into academic credits.
In addition to the majors listed below, other majors are also provided. If your desired major is not listed below, you can make a request for that by clicking here.
– Business & Management
– Education & Human Development
– Criminal Justice
– Performing Arts
– Law and Legal Studies
– Occupational Safety & Fire Science
– Applied Arts
– Health Sciences
Types of Master’s Degrees
(1) Master of Business Administration (MBA): This is a popular advanced degree, with nearly one in five students pursuing this degree. Many colleges and universities offer an online master’s degree. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the greatest number of degrees conferred in 2011-12 were in business.
(2) Master of Science in Business (M.S.): The Master of Science in Business is a research-oriented degree. Many who earn an online master’s degree in this field go on to get a doctorate in business so they can teach and conduct research at the university level.
(3) Master of Education (M.Ed.): Education was the second most popular master’s degree earned in the U.S., with 172,000 master’s degrees conferred in the U.S. in 2011-12. This is a generalist degree that includes educational psychology and theories in education, although students can specialize in corporate training, E-learning or other concentrations.
(4) Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT): The Master of Arts in Teaching prepares graduates to teach a specific subject at a specific level, usually middle school or high school. The MAT is more hands-on, often including practice teaching or related classroom experiences.
(5) Master of Science in Education (M.S.): A Master of Science in Education prepares student for administrative jobs in education.
(6) Master of Social Work (MSW): This degree prepares students with classroom and practical work to tackle problems facing vulnerable populations, be it children, youth, adults or the elderly. The social problems they prepare to work on include mental illness, poverty, oppression, homelessness, aging and physical illness.
(7) Master in Library Science (MLS): A Master in Library Science degree prepares students to work as professional librarians for municipalities, school districts of postsecondary institutions.
(8) Master of Public Health (M.P.H.): This degree can take students down a number of avenues, from the study of biostatistics to epidemiology or health promotion. This degree prepares students to work on a variety of public health issues and policies.
Course Credits and Duration
The program is spread over 65 credits and may take 2 to 4 years to complete, depending upon the schedule selected by the student.
Below is the tuition fee structure for our Master’s degree program:
|Type of Fee||Amount||Type of Fee||Amount|
|Application Fee(one-off/non refundable payment)||$200||Fees for publishing the thesis||$500|
|Course fee||$199 x 65 (total courses)= $12,935||Print, approve and certify from the notary public||$500|
|Late Payment Fee||$30||Shipping Cost||$500|
|Graduation Audit Fee||$55 waived||Curriculum Vitae ( CV )||$300|
|Embassy Legalization Fee||Applied||Status Certificate||$50|
|Secretary of State Legalization||$700||Certified Copy||$150 – $300|
|US Department of State||$1000||Student ID||50|
|Notary Public||$500||Financial Aid Fee||$100|
|Technology Fee-Internet use,etc.(per semester)||$175||E&G Facilities Construction and Renovation||$190|
|Classroom Renewal Fee||$100||Academic Credentialing Fee||$50|
|Arts Fee||$70||Visa Processing Fee (for international students only – non refundable)||$250|
|Medical insurance fee for 5 weeks (for international students who receive an I-20 and live on campus)||$50||Graduation Application fee||$180|
This is the total course fee. There are no additional or hidden charges.