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The comprehensive examination is an option for students in the M.A. degree program.  To date, the following students successfully completed the comprehensive exam:

Krista Benson
Pam Bielecki
Amanda Burns
Sharon Butler
Amy Calvert
Ticcara Cassell
Cristina Chavez
La'Tonya Coleman-Hill
Dawna Cornelissen
Nova Rhodes Cox
Allison Davis
Amalia Diamond-Ramirez
Rachael Duhon
Kristen English
Jamie Lynn George
Sharina Hassell-Schafer
Charlie Hughes
Rozlyn D. Johnson
Paula Kent
Laura Kopecky
Krystal Ladue
Amanda Lemon
Amie Lewis
Kristina Lundquist
Gabriella Marquez
Anne Martinsen
Nona McCaleb
Stephanie Milling
Flannery Mitchell
Jessicah Murrell
Jennifer Nalley
Shraddha Nembang
Donna Okaro
Sunnie Palmer
Shannon Peardon
Jennifer Porras
Erin Quevedo
Lesley Regalado
Jennifer Ressler
Aleda Reyes
Elizabeth Rodriguez
Hamida Imran Rupani
Grace Salako-Smith
Sara Sobrino
Leslieann Thomas
Denise Wade
Muriel Whetstone Sims

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