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Calendar 2
The Graduate School7
Admiss10ns 10
General Regulations................................................15
Advanced Degreesl9
Academic Resources................................................28
General Information................................................36
Degree Requirements...............................................41
Programs and Directors of Graduate Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
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Students should check the Schedule of Classes each semester for any calendar changes which may have been
approved after publication of this Bulletin.
The approved Calendar for the academic year 1991—1992 will be published in the Schedule of Classes each
semester.
1990 FALL SEMESTER August l—Wednesday—Flnal deadline for 'submissron for the 1991 Spring Semester‘ Non-degree students
—————_— of application and all required documents to the who enroll through the Evening/Weekend Pro—
Office ofAdmissions for undergraduate admission gram before the beginning of classes for eight (8)
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION for the 1990 Fall Semester. Non-degree students hours or less are exempt from this deadline
February l—Thursday— Deadline for International who enroll through the Evening/Weekend Pro- December 7—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis-
Applications to be submitted to the Graduate gram before the beginning of classes for eight (8) sion to a program in The Graduate School for the
School for the 1990 Fall Semester hours or less are exempt from this deadline 1991 Spring Semester. Applications for readmis-
February 15—Thursday—Priority deadline for August l—Wednesday—Deadline for application for sion, post-baccalaureate status, and visiting stu-
Freshman applicants: Applicants for the 1990 Fall Early Decision Program, College ofMedicine, for dent status will be accepted after the deadline
Semester by this date who meet automatic admis- Fall 1991 December 12—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to
. sion criteria will be guaranteed general admission; August 8—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The . The Graduate School for readmission, post-
applicants after this date whether meeting Graduate School for readmission, post- baccalaureate status, and visiting student status for
automatic admission or delayed admission will be baccalaureate status, and visiting student status for the 1991 Spring Semester in order to register
considered on a space»available basis only. the 1990 Fall Semester in order to register August January 7 and avoid 154-0 late fee
February 15—Thursday—Deadline for submission of l 20 and avoid $40 late fee
all application materials, College of Medicine, for September 1—Saturday—Deadline for undergraduate REGISTRATION
Fall, 1990 international applicants to submit 1991 Spring June 18-July 20—Summer Advising Conferences for
April 15—Sunday—Deadline for applying with college Semester application new freshmen, Community College transfers, ad—
deans for reinstatement after a second academic September 15—Saturday—Deadline for applying with vanced standing (transfer) students, auditors,
suspension for the 1990 Fall Semester college deans for reinstatement after a second nondegree and readmitted students enrolling for
May l—Tuesday—Deadline for undergraduate inter- academic suspension for the 1991 Spring Semester the 1990 Fall Semester
national applicants to submit 1990 Fall Semester October 15—Monday—Deadline for submission of ap- August 20—Monday—Registration for new students
application plications and all required documents to the Of- who have been cleared for admission but did not
junc l—Friday—Deadline for submission of application fice of Admissions for undergraduates planning to advance register
and all required documents to the Office of Ad- attend November Advising Conference (including August 22-28—Wednesday through Tuesday—Late
missions for undergraduate applicants planning to registration for spring classes) registration for returning students who did not ad-
attend Summer Advising Conferences (including October 31—Wednesday—Deadline for International vance register and new applicants cleared late for
‘ registration for fall classes) applications to be submitted to the Graduate admission. A 540 late fee is assessed Students Who
June 15—Friday—Deadline for International applica- School for 1991 Summer School register late
tions to be submitted to The Graduate School for November l—Thursday—Deadline for completed AM- September l2—Wednesday—Last day to Change
the 1991 Spring Semester CAS application, College of Medicine, for Fall grading option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter
June 15—Friday—Earliest date to submit application 1991 grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to credit)
for regular and Early Decision Program admis- December l—Saturday—Deadline for submission ofap- in college dean’s office
sion, College of Medicine, for Fall 1991 plication and receipt of all materials for admission, September 12—Wednesday—Last day to file for repeat
July 20—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission readmission or transfer to the College of Law for option in college dean’s office if student is retak-
to a program in The Graduate School for the 1990 the 1991 Spring Semester ing a course in the 1990 Fall Semester
Fall Semester‘ Applications for readmission, post- December l—Saturday—Final deadline for submission October 30-November 13—Tuesday through
baccalaureate status, and visiting student status of application and all required documents to the Tuesday—Advance Registration for the 1991
will be accepted after the deadline Office ofAdmissions for undergraduate admission Spring Semester
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 November 5—M0nday—1991 Spring Semester Advis- from the University or reduce course load and DEGREES AND GRADUATION
ing Conference for new and readmitted receive an 80 percent refund September 20—Thursday—Last day for filing an ap-
undergraduate students October 15—Monday—Last day to withdraw from the plication for a December degree in college dean’s
_ University or reduce course load and receive any office
ADD/DROP refund Students can withdraw or reduce course November 1——Thursday—-Last day for doctoral can-
August 21—Tuesday—First day of add/drop for Ad- load after [his date only for ”urgent non-academic didates for a December degree to submit a Notifi‘
vance Registered students reasons,” cation of Intent to schedule a final examination in
August 21—Tuesclay—Last day a student may official- FEE PAYMENT The Graduate School
ly drop a course or cancel registration with the August l—Wednesday—Last day Advance Registered November 15—Thursday—Last day for candidates for
University Registrar for a full refund of fees students may pay $50 to confirm their 1990 Fall a December degree to schedule a final examina»
August 28—Tuesday—Last day to enter an organized Semester registration tion in The Graduate School
class for the 1990 Fall Semester August 21—Tuesday—Last day a student may official- November 29—Thursday—Last day for candidates for
August 28—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw ly drop a course or cancel registration with the a December graduate degree to Sit for a final
from the University or reduce course load and University Registrar for a full refund of fees examination
receive an 80 percent refund August 28—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw December 14—Friday—Last day for candidates for a
September lZ—Wednesday—Last day to drop acourse from the University or reduce course load and December degree to submit a thesis/dissertation
without it appearing on the student‘s transcript receive an 80 percent refund to The Graduate School
October 15—Monday—Last day to withdraw from a September 5—Wednesday—Last day for payment of
course registration fees and/or housing and dining fees in OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—BEGINNING
October 15—Monday—Last day to withdraw from the order to avoid cancellation of registration and/or AND END OF SEMESTER AND ACADEMIC
University or reduce course load and receive any ‘ meal card HOLIDAYS
refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course September I4—Friday—Last day for reinstatement of August 18-20—Saturday through Monday—Fall Orien-
load after this date only for “urgent non-academic students cancelled for nonpayment of registration tation for all new undergraduate students.
reasons,” ' fees and/or housing and dining fees. Requires pay- August 22—Wednesday—Class work begins.
November 28-30—Wednesday through Friday—Spring ment of fees and may require payment of 550 September 3—Monday—Labor Day—Academic
1991 Advance Registration Early Add/Drop reinstatement fee Holiday
December 10-14—Monday through Friday—Final Ex- October 15—Monday—Last day to withdraw from the November 22-24—Thursday through Satur-
amination Week Add/Drop University or reduce course load and receive any day—Thanksgiving Holiday—Academic Holiday
refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course December 7—Friday—End of class work
WITHDRAWAL load after this date only for “urgent non-academic December 10-14—Monday through Friday—Final
August 21—Tuesday—Last day a student may official- reasons. ” Examinations
_. 1y drop a course or cancel registration with the December 12—Wednesday—Last day Advance December 14—Friday—Encl of 1990 Fall Semester
University Registrar for a full refund of fees Registered students may pay $50 to confirm their December 17—Monday—Final deadline for submission
August 28—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw 1991 Spring Semester registration of grades to the Registrar’s office by 4 pm.
1991 SPRING SEMESTER February 1—Friday—Deadline for International ap- Graduate School for readmission, post-
pltcatlons to be submitted to the Graduate School baccalaureate status, and visiting student status for
.lClCnlS for the 1991 Fall Semester the 1991 Four-Week Intersession in order to
1 Pro— APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION February 1—Friday—Deadline for undergraduate In- register May 6 and avoid 540 late fee
;ht (8) June 15, l990—Friday—Deadline for International ap- ternational applicants (0 Submit 1991 Eight-Week May 1—Wednesday—Deadline for undergraduate In-
“ plications to be submitted to The Graduate School Summer Session application ternational applicants to submit 1991 Fall
idmis- for the 1991 Spring Semester. February 15—Friday—-Priority deadline for Freshman Semester application
‘or the September 1, 1990—Saturday—Dead1ine for under— applicants: Applicants for the 1991 Fall Semester May 15—Wednesday—Final deadline for submission of
tdmis- graduate International applicants to submit 1991 by this date who meet automatic admission criteria application and all required documents to the Of—
g stu- Spring Semester application will be guaranteed general admission; applicants lice ofAdmissions for undergraduate admission for
[line September 15, 1990—Saturday—Deadline for apply— after this date whether meeting automatic admis- the 1991 Eight-Week Summer Session. Non-
ing to ing with college deans for reinstatement after a sion 0!” delayed admission criteria Will be con- degree students who enroll through the Even-
post- second academic suspension for the 1991 Spring sidered on a space available basis only. ing/Weekend Program before the beginning of
tus for Semester February lS—Friday—Last day for submission of ap- classes are exempt from this deadline
ggister October 15, l990—Monday—Deadline for submission ~ plication for admission to the College of Law for May 22—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The
of application and all required documents to the the 1991 Fall Semester Graduate School for readmission, post-baccalau-
Office of Admissions for undergraduate applicants February l5—Friday—Deadline for submission of all reate status, and visiting student status for the 1991
planning to attend November Advising Con- application materials, College ofMedicine, for Fall Eight-Week Summer Session in order to register
:55 for ference (including registration for spring classes) 1991 June 5 and avoid $40 late fee
.3) ad— October 31, l990—Wednesday—Deadline for Interna- March l—Friday—Deadline for submission of applica- June l—Saturday—Deadline for submission of applica-
:litors, tional applications to be submitted to The tion and all required documents to the Office of tion and all required documents to the Office of
ng for Graduate School for 1991 Summer School Admissions for undergraduate applicants planning Admissions for undergraduate applicants planning
December 1, 1990—Saturday—Final deadline for sub- to attend April Advising Conference (including to attend Summer Advising Conferences (includ-
idents mission ofapplication and all required documents registration for classes) ing registration for fall classes)
id not to the Office of Admissions for undergraduate ad- April I-Monday—Preferred deadline for submitting July 26—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission
mission for the 1991 Spring Semester, Non-degree application for admission to the College of Den- to a program in The Graduate School for the 1991
—Late students who enroll through the Evening/Weekend tistry for Fall 1991 Fall Semester. Applications for readmission, post-
iot ad- Program before the beginning of classes for eight April 5—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission baccalaureate status, and visiting student status
ate for (8) hours or less are exempt from this deadline. to a program in The Graduate School for the 1991 will be accepted after the deadline
ts who December 7, 1990—Friday—Deadline for applying for Summer SCSSlDHS- Applicants for readmission,
admission to a program in The Graduate School post-baccalaureate status, and visiting student
hange for the 1991 Spring Semester. Applications for status will be accepted after the deadline REGISTRATION
letter readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and April 15—Monday—Final deadline for submission of January 7—Monday—Registration for new students
:redit) visiting students status will be accepted after the application and all required documents to the Of- who have been cleared for admission but did not
deadline. fice of Admissions for undergraduate admission for advance register
repeat December 12. 1990—Wednesday—Deadline for apply- the 1991 Four-Week Intersession January 9-15—Wednesday through Tuesday—Late
retak- ing to The Graduate School for readmission, post- April lS—Monday—Deadline for applying with college registration for returning students who did not ad-
baccalaureate status, and visiting student status for deans for reinstatement after a second academic vance register and new applicants cleared late for
rough the 1991 Spring Semester in order to register suspension for the 1991 Fall Semester admission. A1540 late fee is assessed students who
1991 January 7 and avoid 540 late fee April 24—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The register late
3

 January filo—Wednesday—Last day to change grading April 29-May 3—Monday through Friday—Final Ex- DEGREES AND GRADUATION
option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to amination Week Add/Drop February 7—Thursday—Last day for filing an applica-
pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to credit) in col- tion for a May degree in college dean’s office
lege dean’s office March 21—Thursda —Last da for doctoral candida
January 30—Wednesday—Last day to file for repeat op- WITHDRAWAL for a May degi‘lee to submyit a Notification of 1:5
tion in college dean’s office, if student is retaking January 8—Tuesday—Last day a student may official- tent to schedule a final examination in The
a course in the 1991 Spring Semester Iy drop a course or cancel registration with the Graduate School
March 26-April 9—Tuesday through Tuesday— University Registrar for a full refund of fees April 4—Thursday—Last day for candidates for a May
Advance Registration for the 1991 Fall Semester January l5—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw degree to schedule a final examination in The
and both 1991 Summer Sessions from the University or reduce course load and Graduate School
April l—Monday—1991 Summer Session Advising receive an 80 percent refund April lB—Thursday—Last day for candidates fora May
Conference for new freshmen, new advanced March l—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the graduate degree to sit for a final examination
standing (transfer) students, auditors, readmitted University or reduce course load and receive any April 26—Friday—Last day for doctoral candidates for
and nondegree students, Community College refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course a May degree who wish to receive a diploma at
transfer students and Community College ap- load after this date only for“urgentnon-academic Commencement to submit dissertation to The
plicants cleared for the 1991 Fall Semester reasons," Graduate School
May 3—Friday—Last day for candidates for a May
ADD/DROP - degree to submit a thesis/dissertation to The
January 8—Tuesday—First day of add/drop for Ad- FEE PAYMENT Graduate School
vance Registered students January 8—Tuesday—Last day a student may official- May 5—Sunday—Commencement Day
January 8—Tuesday—Last day a student may official- ly drop a course or cancel registration with the
1y drop a course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for a full refund of fees
University Registrar for a full refund of fees January 15—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw
January 15—Tuesday—Last day to enter an organized from the University or reduce course load and OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—BEGINNING
class for the 1991 Spring Semester receive an 80 percent refund AND END OF SEMESTER AND ACADEMIC
January 16—Wednesday—Last day to officially January 23—Wednesday—Last day for payment of HOLIDAYS
withdraw from the University or reduce course registration fees and/or housing and dining fees in January 9—Wednesday—Class work begins
load and receive an 80 percent refund order to avoid cancellation of registration and/or January 21—Monday—Martin Luther King Birth-
January 30—Wednesday—Last day to drop a course meal card day—Academic Holiday
without it appearing on the student’s transcript February l—Friday—Last day for reinstatement of March 11—16—Monday through Saturday—Spring
March l—Friday—Last day to withdraw from a course students cancelled for nonpayment of registration Vacation—Academic Holidays
March l—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the fees and/or housing and dining fees. Requires payv April 26—Friday—End of class work
University or reduce course load and receive any ment of fees and may require payment of 1550 re- April 29-May 3—Monday through Friday—Final
refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course instatement fee. Examinations
load after this date only for “urgent non-academic March l—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the May 3—Friday—End of 1991 Spring Semester
reasons." University or reduce course load and receive any May 6—Monday—Final deadline for submission of
April 22-24—Monday through Wednesday—Summer refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course grades to the Registrar’s Office by 4 p.m.
and Fall 1991 Advance Registration Early load after this date only for ”urgent non-academic May 6-Aug-ust 17—College of Pharmacy 15-Week Sum-
Add/Drop reasons.” mer Term
1991 FOUR-WEEK INTERSESSION
H—
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION May 22—Wednesday—'Deadline for applying to The May 13—M0ndaY—Last day 10 change grading option
October 31Y 1990—Wednesday—Deadline for Interna- Graduate School for readmission, post baccalau- (Pan/fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fail;
tional applications to be submitted to The reate status, and visiting student status for the 1991 ”ed“ ‘0 “d" 0‘ aUdlt ‘0 cred") "1 muege dean 5
Graduate School for 1991 Summer School Eight-Week Summer Session in order to register office '
February l—Friday—Deadline for International ap- June 5 and “Old $40 late fee May l3—Monday—lsast day {.0 file for repeat option
plications to be submitted to The Graduate School June 1—Saturday—Deadline for submission 0f applica- m college dean 5 office, If student 15 retaking a
{or the 1991 Fall Semester tion and all required documents to the Office of course in the 1991 Four-Week Intersession
March l—Friday—Deadline for submission of applica- Admissions for undergraduate applicants plann-
tion and all required documents to the Office of ing to attend Summer Advising Conferences (in- ADD/DROP
Admissions for undergraduate applicants planing eluding registration for fall classes) May 7—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially
m attend April Advising Conference (including June l5—Saturday—Deadline for International applica- drop a course or cancel registration with the
registration for classes) tions to be submitted to The Graduate School for University Registrar for a full refund of fees
April 5—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission the 1992 Spring Semester May 10—Friday—Last day to enter an organized class
to a program in The Graduate School for the 1991 July 26—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission for the Four-Week Intersession
Summer Sessions. Applications for readmission, to a program in The Graduate School for the 1991 May 10—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from
post-baccalaureate status, and visiting student Fall Semester. Applications for readmission, post» the University or reduce course load and receive
status will be accepted after the deadline baccalaureate status, and visiting student status an 80 percent refund
April 15—Monday—Final deadline for submission of will be accepted after the deadline. May 13—Monday—Last day to drop a course without
application and all required documents to the Of- it appearing on the student‘s transcript
fice of Admissions for undergraduate admission for REGISTRATION May 20—Monday—Last day to withdraw from a course
the 1991 Four-Week Intersession April 1—Monday—1991 Summer Session Advising May 20—Monday—Last day to withdraw from the
April 24—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The Conference for new freshmen, new advanced stan- University or reduce course load and receive any
. Graduate School for readmission, post- ding (transfer) students, auditors, readmitted and refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course
baccalaureate status, and visiting students status nondegree students, Community College transfer load after this date only for “urgent non-academic
for the 1991 Four-Week Intersession in order to students and Community College applicants reasons."
register May 6 and avoid 340 late fee cleared for 1991 Fall Semester
May 15—Wednesday—Final deadline for submission of May 6—Monday—Registration for new students who WITHDRAWAL
application and all required documents to the Of- have been cleared for admission but did not ad- May 7—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially
fice ofAdmissions for undergraduate admission for vance register drop a course or cancel registration with the
the 1991 Eight-Week Summer Session. Non- May 7-lQ—Tuesday through Friday—Late registration University Registrar for a full refund of fees
degree students who enroll through the Even- for returning students who did not advance register May 10—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from
ing/Weekend Program before the beginning of and new applicants cleared late for admission. A the University or reduce course load and receive
classes are exempt from this deadline 54-0 late fee is assessed students who register late. an 80 percent refund
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 May 20—Monday—Last day to withdraw from the load after this date only for “urgent non-academic OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—BEGINNING
, University or reduce course load and receive any reasons” AND END OF SEMESTER AND ACADEMIC
appllca- refundi Students can withdraw or reduce course May 20—M0nday—Last day to pay registration fees HOLIDAYS
:liiliZes load after this date only for “urgent non-academic and/or housing and dining fees in order to avoid May G—Monday—Beginning of College of Pharmacy
1 of In- reasons" cancellation of registration and/or meal card 15-Week Summer Term
in The May 30—Thursday—Last day for reinstatement of May 7——Tuesday—Class work begins.
FEE PAYMENT students cancelled for nonpayment of registration May 27—Monday—Memorial Day—Academic
'a May May 7—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially fees and/or housing and dining {595- Requires P3)" Holiday
in The drop a course or cancel registration with the merit 0f fees and may require payment 01.550 June 4-—Tuesday—Final Examinations
University Registrar for a full refund of fees reinstatement {‘36 June 4—Tuesday—End 0f the 1991 Four-Week
'a May May lO—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from Intersession
ation the University or reduce course load and receive DEGREES AND GRADUATION June 7—Friday—Final deadline for submission ofgrades
ates for an 80 percent refund June 26—Wednesday—Last day for doctoral candidates to the Registrar’s Office by 12 noon
oma at May 20—Monday—Last day to withdraw from the for an August degree to submit a Notification of
to The University or reduce course load and receive any Intent to schedule a final examination in The
refund Students can withdraw or reduce course Graduate School
a May
.0 The 1991 EIGHT—WEEK SUMMER SESSION
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION REGISTRATION FEE PAYMENT
October 31, 1990—Wednesday—Deadline for Interna- April l—Monday—1991 Summer Session Advising June 6—Thursday—Last day a student may officially
tional applications to be submitted to The Conference for new freshmen, new advanced drop a course or cancel registration with the
Graduate School for 1991 Summer School standing (transfer) students, auditors, readmitted University Registrar for a full refund of fees
NING February l—Friday—Deadline for undergraduate In- and nondegree students, Community College June 10—Monday—Last day to officially withdraw from
EMIC ternational applicants to submit 1991 Eight-Week transfer students and Community College ap- the University or reduce course load and receive
Summer Session application plicants cleared for 1991 Fall Semester an 80 percent refund
_ February l—Friday—Deadline for International ap- June 5—Wednesday—Registration for new students June 19—Wednesday—Last day to pay registration fees
Bmh- plications to be submitted to The Graduate School who have been cleared for admission but did not and/or housing and dining fees in order to avoid
‘ ‘ for the 1991 Fall Semester advance register cancellation of registration and/or meal card .
bprmg March l—Friday—Deadline for submission of applica- June 6-lO—Thursday through Monday—Late registra- June 28—Friday—Last day for reinstatement ofstudents
tion and all required documents to the Office of tion for returning students who did not advance cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees
. Admissions for undergraduate applicants planning register and new applicants cleared late for admis- and/or housing and dining fees. Requires payment
—Final to attend April Advisory Conference (including sion, A $40 late fee is assessed students who offees and may require payment of$50 reinstate-
registration for classes)