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All master’s degree candidates must satisfactorily pass a comprehensive examination covering course work within their master’s degree program of study. For candidates pursuing the Master of Science Degree in Technology Management, the comprehensive examination will be a written response to a provided scenario and submitted online. The questions on the examination are designed to allow you demonstrate an appropriate level of competency in the Program Student Learning Outcomes listed above. The Comprehensive Examination is a requirement exclusive of any specific course and is therefore not counted for credit in this, or any other course. Evaluation of the comprehensive examination will be conducted by an advisory committee in the Department of Engineering & Technology and the final student grade will be recorded as PASS or FAIL. TurnItIn will be utilized to identify a similarity score for Comps submissions as an indication of originality of content. As the Comps Exam is intended to demonstrate the candidate’s knowledge and understanding, the similarity score should be extremely low (at or near 0%). A similarity score in excess of 20% is considered questionable and will be reviewed for plagiarism. A similarity score exceeding 33% will be considered plagiarized work, either by virtue of intentional academic dishonesty or a lack of basic citation and reference skills expected and required of a master’s graduate, and will result in an automatic FAIL on Comps, unless a committee evaluation for plagiarism shows clear evidence to the contrary. The committee’s decision is final. A candidate who fails the comprehensive examination must complete whatever further courses or additional study that are stipulated by the advisory committee. This additional work must be satisfactorily completed and the comprehensive examination must be taken again and passed before the student will be eligible for graduation. If failed, a second comprehensive examination attempt may NOT be made during the same semester. To ensure the continued validity and integrity of the examination process, department and program procedures prohibit faculty from disclosing or discussing the details of exam responses with students. Requests for meetings to discuss comps responses will be declined by faculty. Any feedback deemed appropriate and approved by the program
All master’s degree candidates must satisfactorily pass a comprehensive examination covering course work within their master’s degree program of study. For candidates pursuing the Master of Science Degree in Technology Management, the comprehensive examination will be a written response to a provided scenario and submitted online.