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Acadamic Evaluation

Academic Evaluation

  • A student admitted on probation has to complete nine credits of graduate level courses during the first two semesters of graduate studies, has to pass all courses, and has to attain a minimum cumulative average of 80 to become regular. If the student fails to meet any of these conditions, s/he will be dropped from the program.
  • A student is placed on probation if s/he attains a cumulative average of 70 or more, but less than 80. This probation must be removed at the end of the following term by attainment of a cumulative average of at least 80. If the student fails to remove the probation, the student will be dropped from the graduate program.
  • A student is dropped from the graduate program if s/he attains a cumulative average of 70 or more, but less than 80, in any term and fails one course in that term. (This rule does not apply to the first term of study.)
  •  A student is dropped from the graduate program if s/he attains a cumulative average of less than 70 or fails two courses in one term.
  • A student who accumulates two consecutive failures in the seminar course will be dropped from the faculty.
  •  A student dropped from a graduate program will not be allowed to re-enroll in the same program at any future date.

 

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