The MSOM degree has been collaboratively designed by the three State Colleges (Wayne State College [WSC], Chadron State College [CSC], Peru State College [PSC]) and will substantially use courses currently offered by the State Colleges.
The program is a cooperative degree program whereby students in the State College System may complete graduate courses at any of the Nebraska State Colleges and apply those credits toward completion of their MSOM degree. Prior learning credit would not be applied to this degree. This program is a value-added degree designed to add new knowledge to the students’ base of knowledge, skills and concept integration.
Taking classes at Peru State College or Chadron State College
Given that the MSOM is a joint degree, students are able to take their core classes through WSC, CSC or PSC. If your home institution is WSC and you would like to take a class at PSC or CSC, simply follow these instructions.
Please be aware that while advisor-approved courses from these institutions will count on your program of study provided that you receive a “B” or better, they are not calculated into your GPA.
Tuition waivers (18 hours per academic year waiver) for Wayne State College graduate assistants are honored at PSC and CSC, however the student is responsible for notifying these institutions that they are a graduate assistant so that they will not be charged for tuition.