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Conditional Admissions Requirements

Graduate Studies

Conditional Admissions Requirements

An applicant desiring to pursue a degree but not meeting one or more of the requirements for unconditional admission may be granted conditional admission if all of the following are met:

1. The applicant holds a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.

2. The applicant has a grade point average greater than 2.50/4.00. Undergraduate and graduate coursework from all colleges will be considered.

3. Other probationary components may be required by individual graduate programs.

4. Conditionally admitted graduate students may be admitted unconditionally when the student, with faculty advisor approval, petitions the Graduate Council with substantial evidence that the student has the potential for doing satisfactory graduate work. Such evidence may include:

a. A grade point average of 3.00/4.00 or better average in the first nine semester hours of graduate work selected by the faculty advisor (work may count toward degree.)

b. Other evidence as deemed important by the faculty advisor.

Any student who has not successfully become eligible for unconditional admission by the completion of nine semester hours of work will be denied enrollment in graduate studies.

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