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The program of study consists of 30 hours (10 courses) of graduate work divided as follows:
The core courses do not have to be taken in the above sequence. As an example, Old Testament Survey II can be taken before Old Testament Survey I. Students can also take advanced courses before completing all core courses.
The student then takes two courses in the chosen track.
Every student also takes two elective courses of their choice.
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A maximum of nine (9) hours of graduate credit may be transferred from an accredited institution of higher learning and applied to a Master's program provided such credit meets the appropriate degree requirements of the University of the Cumberlands. All transfer credit must be approved prior to enrollment by the Registrar and Program Director.
The following standards will determine a student’s academic status: