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How is a graduate educational experience different from an undergraduate experience? How would you define a graduate culture? What are key components of a graduate culture and why? what might you exclude or include and why?

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A graduate educational experience is quite different from an undergraduate experience, due to the fact that there is a substantial increase in the level of difficulty of the course work, and there is also an increase in the workload that is required to be completed by a student in a shorter span of time, than that that is required of an undergraduate student. A graduate experience is also different from an undergraduate ...

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Write a 3-4 page paper outlining your plan for success in the Public Safety master's program. In your paper address the following.

•Identify the different elements in a graduate program versus an undergraduate program.

•What will you do differently than with your undergraduate degree?

•What adjustments do you need to make in order to achieve your goals as a scholar?

•What knowledge and skills will you need to be successful as a student in the Public Safety master's program?

Please note: This Assignment requires outside research. Use at least two outside research sources, to support your paper.

You may consult the Kaplan Online Library, the internet, other course material, and any other outside resources in supporting your task, using proper citations in APA style.

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