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From:neurotic_orchid
Date:July 7th, 2008 01:14 am (UTC)
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My masters program is a full 24 months (mine will take a bit longer as I had a pregnancy with complications during my internship). I worked 20-30 hours/week during the summer months when we had one or no classes, but I didn't work during the heavier school year (none of us did--it really would not have been possible to work more than 10h/week and do well in the program.) I'm not working this summer because I have a scholarship that's giving me enough each month to live off, but I would have to work at least a bit if not for the grant money.
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From:neurotic_orchid
Date:July 7th, 2008 01:15 am (UTC)
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Oh yeah, we do have graduate assistantships throughout the program, but they're very minimal hours (no more than 40h/semester) and pay $500/semester (so really just to help with gas expenses and things like that.)
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