NREM Master's Degree Programs

NREM offers three options for master's degrees:

Plan A – a thesis-driven, research degree that requires a faculty sponsor who has agreed to advise the student.

Plan C – a degree for students with exceptional prior work experience that requires a final written and oral comprehensive examination.

MEM (formerly Plan B) – a course driven, professional degree that requires an integrating capstone experience.

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To meet the integrative, interdisciplinary intent of the NREM program, a set of graduate level courses (the Primary Master's Core) will be required of every student, regardless of his/her selected Plan option or specialization area.

For additional information, refer to the Graduate Student Guide.

 For additional information on applying, refer to  NREM Graduate page

 

Graduate Chair

  Dr. Kirsten Oleson 
  Office: Sherman 109
  Phone: (808) 956-8864
  Fax: (808) 956-6539 
  koleson@hawaii.edu

Graduate Committee

Dr. Kirsten Oleson        

Dr. Catherine Chan

Dr. Susan Crow