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Although students may receive a general Master's degree after completion
of their second-year project, only students intending to finish a full
doctoral program should apply. Students with a master's degree from
another school may get credit for their master's thesis if it meets the
standards of our clinical science faculty. It must be a complete
research thesis rather than a pilot study or library research. The
thesis must be defended and submitted to the previous school prior to
enrollment at the University of Delaware. Students who come with a
master's degree, or graduate coursework from other schools, are
generally expected to take all of our clinical courses, required
seminars, and practica. An exception may occasionally be made if the
student can demonstrate (with syllabi and reading lists) that a previous
course covered the same areas as the corresponding course given by our
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