For students interested in applying for the CPS program, the following steps should be taken:
A student who wishes to apply to the CPS program will be expected to be accepted into or currently enrolled in a graduate program at Texas A&M University or the Texas A&M Health Sciences Center's School of Rural Public Health. In the case of degree-seeking students, a copy of the student's graduate degree plan will be required to accompany the CPS application. The graduate degree plan will be signed by the student's Graduate Advisory Committee and the head of the student's department and will have been submitted to and approved by the Office of Graduate Studies. An application to enroll in the CPS program will include the following information:
The CPS Advisory Council will review each student's application for compliance with the CPS requirements. A notice of acceptance or rejection will be issued by the Chair of the CPS Advisory Council.
Students will be required to meet all financial obligations to the University by the due dates established by the University. Tuition and other institutional fees for seeking a certificate in prevention science will be charged in accordance with current rates of the University. Current rates are available at the web site and may change periodically.
Each student who is near completion of CPS coursework will be required to submit a record of performance that includes a list of all courses taken and completed in the program and the grade earned in each course.
The advisor of each student who has completed the requirements for the CPS will send a letter of approval to the Chair of the CPS Advisory Council. The Chair of the CPS Advisory Council will compile and submit a list of all students who have completed the requirements for the CPS to the department head of each administrative unit. The Certificate will be awarded to a student who has successfully completed all CPS program requirements with an average GPA of 3.00 or higher. The CPS will be awarded by the department head of each student's administrative unit prior to scheduled graduation ceremonies for a master or doctoral degree. No certificate will be awarded to a student who has any outstanding fees or other financial obligations to the University or incomplete CPS coursework
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