Graduate Academic Catalog 2012-2013
Catalog for Graduation Evaluation
Each student is responsible for determining the appropriate catalog to be used for academic advisement and for evaluation of graduation requirements. Catalog selection applies only to the course requirements of that catalog; all other academic procedures and graduation requirements must be satisfied according to regulations in effect at the time of graduation. For further information on the selection of an appropriate catalog, contact your major Department Chair or the Registrar's Office.
In all graduate programs, a minimum of a 3.0 G.P.A. is required. No grades below 'C' may be applied to a graduate program's requirements, and a maximum of 2 'C' grades at the level of 6000 or above may be applied to a graduate program's requirements.
A graduate student is eligible for graduation when he or she:
A student must submit a formal petition for "Admission to Candidacy for a Degree" to their academic department in accordance with the deadline published in the academic bulletin.
All fall semester petitions for students not in school summer should be made in the spring semester of that year, and co-op students should petition the term before a work term if the work term immediately precedes the term of anticipated graduation.
Students are encouraged to petition early.