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Applying to thesis and nonthesis


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At many programs, you just apply to the M.S. program and you figure out the thesis/non-thesis option after admission. At some schools, you have to submit two applications. Is it a bad idea to do so? By this, I mean is it going to hurt your chances when you write one SOP talking about your research interests and another saying you just want to take classes? Ideally, I'd like to get into an M.S. program with a thesis, but I'd still consider the non-thesis route if it's my only option.

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