The minimum for a Master degree by UC Davis' regulation is

- 36 quarter units at the upper division level or higher equivalent to 24 semester unit of upper division level or higher
- 18 graduate quarter units equivalent to 12 graduate semester unit
- Most degree will have a 16 - 20 split with 16 upper division and 20 graduate division units since most classes are in multiple of 4 quarter units.

Look at UC Davis' MS Stats:

Here, there is the standard two year plan for those without sufficient mathematics/statistics background, and the one year plan for those with a sufficient mathematics/statistics background.

Sac State Source:

The minimum for a Master degree by Sac State is

- 30 semester units of approved graduate credits (at the upper division level or higher)
- While every individual master degree require 24 graduate level units
~~, this is not part of the minimum requirement demanded by the institution~~. The definition of approved graduate credits is applied by each individual department.

Relevant to the Tiers of Masters post that I have made. Of course, my tiers of masters is not a complete overview of all the master degrees in United States.

PS:

Is the master degree a six-year degree?

- It has 120 units (5 years) bachelor as a prerequisite.
- The master is at least 24 units for a total of at least 144 units (6 years)

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