Graduation Requirements--Master's

  1. Complete a Graduate Transfer Credit Approval form within the first semester following admission to a program that identifies the transfer credit awarded and specifies any special requirements.
  2. Complete the total number of semester credit hours and other requirements of the degree plan (including transfer credit) within a six-year period. Courses completed on a credit-granting basis (CR) may not be applied toward a graduate degree without approval of the graduate coordinator or the appropriate department chair.
  3. Earn a "C" or better in all courses applied to the degree.
  4. Earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on all work counted toward the degree.
  5. Pass the appropriate comprehensive examination(s) if required for the program.
  6. Submit an approved thesis if required. See Thesis in this section.
  7. Pay the non-refundable graduation fee in the Cashier's Office.
  8. Take the receipt to the Enrollment Services Center and exchange it for an Application for Graduation.
  9. Complete the Application for Graduation form and return it to the Enrollment Services Center.