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The Graduate School
E University of Kentucky Bulletin
: www.rgs.uky.edu/gs/gradhome.html
N

 Contents
Calendar 3
The Graduate School 7
Graduate Admissmn 10
General Regulations 16
Advanced Degrees 20
Academic Resources 29
General Information 36
Degree Requirements 40
Directors of Graduate Studies 44
Graduate Degree Programs 48
Other Graduate Courses 116
Residency Policy 118
Index 122
Campus Map 124
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COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS

The University of Kentucky is committed to a policy of providing educa-
tional opportunities to all qualified students regardless of economic or social
status, and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
marital status, beliefs, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or
mental disability.

Compliance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, which
prohibits sex discrimination, and with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
is coordinated by Mr. Terry Allen, Affirmative Action Office, 8 Administration
Building, (606) 257-8927.

Efforts to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to people with
disabilities are also coordinated by the Affirmative Action Office, as required
by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990.

Questions concerning compliance with regulations may be directed to
UK’s Affirmative Action Office, orto the Director of the Office for Civil Rights,
US. Department of Education, Washington, DC.

The University is in compliance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988
and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of 1989.

Questions may be directed to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs or the
Office of the Director of Human Resources Services.

Questions about admission to the University should be directed to the
appropriate admissions office.

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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 1999—2000 will be published in the Schedule of Classes.

1998 Fall Semester tion for new program graduate students September 18———Friday—Last day for reinstatement

————————— August 20-22—Thursday through Saturday—Regis- of students cancelled for nonpayment of regis-

tration for Evening/Weekend students tration fees and/or housing and dining fees.

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION August 20-24—Thursday through Monday—Fall reg- Requires payment of fees and may require pay-

February l—Sunday—Deadline for international ap- istration for new post-baccalaureate students ad— ment of $50 reinstatement fee.
plications to be submitted to The Graduate School mitted for the Four-Week Intersession, Eight— October 23—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the
for the 1998 Fall Semester Week Summer Session or Fall Semester University or reduce course load and receive any

February l—Saturday—Deadline for submission of August2l—Friday—Registratjon fornewintemaljonal refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course
all application materials to the College of Medi- studentswho have been cleared for admission but load after this date only for “urgent non-academic
cine for the 1998 Fall Semester did not advance register ' reasons."

April lS—Wednesday—Deadline for applying with August 24——Monday—Registration for new students December 9—Wednesday—Last day registered stu-
college deans for reinstatement after a second who have been cleared for admission but did not dents may pay $50 to confirm their 1999 Spring
academic suspension for the 1998 Fall Semester priority register Semester registration

May l—Friday—Deadline for undergraduate inter- August 26~—September l—Wednesday through Tues-
national applicants to submit 1998 Fall Semester day—Late registration for retumingstudentswho DEGREES AND GRADUATION
application did notpriority registerand newapplicants cleared September 24—Thursday—Last day for filing an ap-

June 15—Monday—Earliest date to submit applica- late for admission. A $40 late fee is assessed plication foraDecemberdegreein college dean's
tion for regular and Early Decision Program ad- students who register late. office
mission to the College of Medicine for the 1999 Septemberl6—Wednesday—Last day to change grad- November 5—Thursday—Lastday fordoctoral candi—
Fall Semester ing option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter dates fora December degree to submita Notifica-

July 24—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis- grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to tion of Intent to schedule a final examination in
sion to a program in The Graduate School for the credit) The Graduate School
1998 FallSemester. Applications for readmission, November 2-20*—Friday through Friday—Priority November lQ—Thursday—Last day for candidates
post—baccalaureate status, and visitingstudentsta- Registration for the 1999 Spring Semester for a December degree to schedule a final exami-
tus will be accepted after the deadline. November 20—Friday—1999 Spring Semester Advis- nation in The Graduate School

— August l—Saturclay—Deadline for application for ing Conference for new and readmitted under— December 3—Thursday—Last day for candidates for
Early Decision Program admission to the College graduate students a December graduate degree to sit for a final
of Medicine for the 1999 Fall Semester examination

August l2—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL December lS—Friday—Last day for candidates for a
The Graduate School for readmission, post-bac- July 25—August 22*—Saturday through Saturday—- December degree to submit a thesis/ dissertation
calaureate status, and visiting student status for Add/Drop for registered students to The Graduate School
the 1998 Fall Semester in order to register before August 25~Tuesday—First day of opening—of—term
the beginning of classes and avoid $40 late fee add/ drop for registered students OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and

October lS—Thursday—Deadline for submission of August 25—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi- End of Semester and Academic Holidays
application and all required documents to the ciallydropacourse or cancel registration with the August 5—Wednesday—Last day for registered stu—
Office of Admissions for undergraduate appli— University Registrar for a full refund of fees dents in the Employee Educational Program to
cams planning to attend NovemberAdvising Con- September l—Tuesday—Last day to enter an orga- submit EEP form to their personnel office to con-
ference (includingregistration forspringclasses) nized class for the 1998 Fall Semester firm 1998 Fall Semester registration and tuition

October 31—Saturday—Deadline for international September l—Tuesday—Last clay to officially with- defrayal
applications to be submitted to The Graduate draw from the University or reduce course load August 22-24—Saturday through Monday—Fall Ori-
School for 1999 Summer School and receive an 80 percent refund entation for all new undergraduate students

November l—Friday—Deadline for completed Septemberl6—Wednesday—Lastdaytodropacourse August 24-28—Monday through Friday—Approved
AMCAS application for admission to the College without it appearing on the student‘s transcript time period for students to change academic
of Medicine for the 1999 Fall Semester October 23—Fn'day—Last day to withdraw from a majors (please check with college for admission

December l—Tuesday—Deadline for submission of course deadline)
application and receipt of all materials for admis- October 23—-Friday—Last day to withdraw from the August 26—Wednesday—Class work begins
sion, readmission or transfer to the College of University or reduce course load and receive any September l—Tuesday—Last day for students in the
Law for the 1999 Spring Semester refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course Employee Educational Program who registered

December 7—Monday—Deadline for applying for load afterthis date onlyfor“urgentnon-academic in August or September to submit EEP form to
admission to a program in The Graduate School reasons.” their personnel office for tuition defrayal for the
for the 1999 Spring Semester. Applications for DecemberS—January19*—Thursdaythrough Satur- 1998 Fall Semester
readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and visit- day—Add/ Drop for registered students for the September7—Monday—LaborDay—Academic Holi-
ing student status will be accepted after the dead- 1999 Spring Semester day
line. September 24—Thursday—Deadline for submission

December 16—Wednesday—Deadline for applying FEE PAYMENT of application and all required documents to the
to The Graduate School for readmission, post— August 5—Wednesday—Last day registered students Office of the Registrar for change of residency
baccalaureate status, and visiting student status may pay $50 to confirm their 1998 Fall Semester status for 1998 Fall Semester
for the 1999 Spring Semester in order to register registration October 2—Friday—Fall Break—Academic Holiday
before the beginning of classes and avoid $40 late August 25—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi- October l9—Monday—Midterm of 1998 Fall Semester
fee cially drop a course or cancel registration with the October 20-November 2—Tuesday through Monday—

University Registrar for a full refund of fees Approved time period for students to change

REGISTRATION September l—Tuesday—Last day to officially with- academic majors (please check with college for

August 18-24—Tuesday through Monday—Fall regis— draw from the University or reduce course load admission deadline)
tration for new undergraduate and new program and receive an 80 percent refund November 26-28—Thursday through Saturday—
graduate students who entered the University in September 9—Wednesday—Last day for payment of Thanksgiving Holidays—Academic Holidays
either the 1998 Four-Week Intersession or Eight— registration fees and/or housing and dining fees December 9—Wednesday—Last day for registered
Week Summer Session in order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/ students in the Employee Educational Program to

August 18-24—Tuesday through Monday—Registra— or meal card submit EEP form to their personnel office to

3

 confirm 1999 Spring Semester registration and January l3-20—Wednesday through Wednesday— April S—Thursday—Last day for candidateslbralvlay
tuition defrayal Late registration for returning students who did degree to schedule a final examination in The
December ll—Friday—End of class work not priority register and new applicants cleared Graduate School
December l4—18—M0ndaythrough Friday—Final Ex» late for admission. A 3540 late fee is assessed April 22—Thursday—Last day for candidates for a
aIninations students who register late. May graduate degree to sitfora final examination
December 18—Friday—-End of 1998 Fall Semester February 3—Wednesday—Last day to change grad- April 30—Friday—Last day for doctoral candidates
December 21—Monday—Final deadline for submis- ing option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter for a May degree who wish to receive a diploma at
sion of grades to the Registrar's Office by 4 p.m. grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to Commencement to submit dissertation to The
credit) Graduate School
March 29- April 16*—Monday through Friday—Pri- May 7—Friday—Last day for candidates for a May
ority registration for the 1999 Fall Semester and degree to submit a thesis/dissertation to The
1999 Spring Semester both 1999 Summer Sessions Graduate School
____——————————'— April 27—May lO*—Tuesday through Monday—Four— May 8—Saturday—Commencement Day
Week Intersession registration and add/ drop con-
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION tinue for students enrolled in the 1999 Spring
June 15, 1998—Monday—Deadline for international Semester OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and
applications [0 be submitted [0 The Graduate April 27—June 9*~—Tuesday through Wednesday— End of Semester and Academic Holidays
SChOOl for the 1999 Spring Semester Eight—WeekSummerSession registration andadd/ December 9, 1998—Wednesday—Last day for regis-
September 1: 1998—Tuesday—Deadline for under— drop continue for students enrolled in the 1999 tered studenm in the Employee Educational Pro-
graduate international applicants [0 submit 1999 Spring Semester gram to submit EEP form to their personnel office
Spring Semester application to confirm 1999 Spring Semester registration and
September 15, 1998—Tuesday—Deadline for apply— ADD /DROP AND WITHDRAWAL tuition defraya]
ing With college deans for reinstatement after a December 3—January 19*—Thursday through Satur- January ll—l5—Monday through Friday—Approved
second academic suspension for the 1999 Spring day—Add/Drop for registered students for the time period for students to change academic
Semester 1999 Spring Semester majors (please check with college for admission
October 15: 1998—Tl1ursday—Deadline for SUb‘hiS' January lZ—Tuesday—First day of openingof-term deadline)
SlOU Of‘dPPhCfithh and all rEquired documents to add/drop for registered students January lB—Wednesday—Class work begins
the Office Of Admissions for undergraduate 313' January l2—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi— JanuaryIS—Monday—Martin LutherKing Birthday—
plicants planning to attend November Advising cially dropacourse or cancel registrationwith the Academic Holiday
Conference (including registration for Spring University Registrar for a full refund of fees January 20—Wednesday—Last day for studentsin the
classes) January 20—Wednesday—Last day to enter an orga— Employee Educational Program who registered
December 7: 1998—Monday—Deadline for applying nized class for the 1999 Spring Semester inJanuary to submit EEP form to their personnel
for admission to a 13708”th ih The Graduate January 20—Wednesday—Last day to officially with- office for tuition defrayal for the 1999 Spring
SChOOl for the 1999 Spring Semester. Applica- draw from the University or reduce course load Semester
thh5 for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and receive an 80 percent refund February ll—Thursday—Deadline for submission of
and visiting student status Will be accepted after February 3—Wednesday—Last day to drop a course application and all required documents to the
the deadline. without it appearing on the student’s transcript Office of the Registrar for change of residency
December 16! lQQS—Wednesday—Deadline for 313' March l2—Friday—Lastday to withdraw fromacourse status for 1999 Spring Semester
plying to The Graduate SChOOI for readmission, March l2—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the March S—Monday—Midterm of1999 Spring Semes-
post—baccalaureate status, and visiting studentsta— University or reduce course load and receive any ter
tus for the 1999 Spring Semester ih order to refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course March 9—29—Tuesday through Monday—Approved
register thOl‘e the bEginning ofclasses and avoid load after this date only for “urgentnon—academic time period for students to change academic
$40 late fee reasons.” majors (please check with college for admission
Februaly l—Monday—Deadline for international an April 27-June 19*—Tuesday through Saturday—Add/ deadline)
plications t0 hfi submitted to The Graduate SCh001 Drop for priority registered students for the 1999 March 15—20—Monday through Saturday—Spring
for the 1999 Fall Semester Fall Semester Vacation—Academic Holidays
February 1-—Monday—Deadline for submission of all April 30—Friday—End of class work
application materials to the College of Medicine FEE PAYMENT May 3-7—Monday through Friday—Final Examina-
f01‘ the 1999 Fall Semester January l2—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi— tions
March l—Monday—Last day for ShhmiSSiOh 0f aPPh' cially drop a course or cancel registration with the May 7—Friday—End of 1999 Spring Semester
cation for admiSSlOD t0 the (3011936 Of Law for the University Registrar for a full refund of fees May lO—Monday—Final deadline for submission of
1999 Fall Semester January 20—Wednesday—Last day to Officially with- grades to the Registrar's Office by 4 p.m.
APril l—Thursday—Preferred deadline for submit— draw from the University or reduce course load May lO-August 21—College of Pharmacy 15-Week
ting application for admission to the College of and receive an 80 percent refund
DehliStW for the 1999 Fall Semester January 27—Wednesday—Last day for payment of
April 9 —Friday—Deadline for applying for admis— registration fees and/or housing and dining fees
5l°h to a program ih The Graduate SChOOl for the in order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/
1999 Summer Sesstons. Applications for Ireadmis— or meal carg . 1 999 Four-Week InterseSSion
bthr post-baccalaureate status, and “Slhhg 5th" February 5—Friday—Last day for reinstatement of ___—__——————
dent status will be accepted after the deadline. students cancelled for nonpayment of registrap
April 28—Wednesday-Deadlineforapplyingto The tion fees and/or housing and dining fees. Re- APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Graduate SChOOl for readmission, post-baccalau— quires payment of fees and may require payment October 31, lQQS—Saturday—Deadline for interna-
reate status, and visiting student status for the of $50 reinstatement fee. tional applications to be submitted to The Gradu-
1999 Four-Week Intersession 1“ order to register March 12—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the ate School for 1999 Summer School
May 10 and avoid $40 late fee University or reduce course load and receive any April 9—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis—
refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course sion to a program in The Graduate School for the
REGISTRATION load after this date only for “urgentnon-academic 1999 Summer Sessions. Applications for readmis-
January 5—11—Tuesday through Monday—RCgistra- reasons." sion, post-baccalaureate status, and visiting stu-
thll for new program graduate students dent status will be accepted after the deadline.
JanuaryS—l 1—Ffiday through Monday—Registration April 28—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The
for new pom-baccalaureate students DEGREES AND GRADUATION Graduate School for readmission, post-baccalau-
January 8 8“ 9—Friday and Saturday—Registration February ll—Thursday—Last day for filing an appli— reate status, and visiting student status for the
for Evening/Weekend and new graduate Shi- cation for a May degree in college dean’s office 1999 Four—Week Intersession in order to register
dents March 25—Thursday—Last day for doctoral candi— May 10 and avoid $40 late fee
January ll—Monday—Registration for new StUdehts dates for a May degree to submit a Notification of May 26—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The
who have been cleared for admission but did “0‘ Intent to schedule a final examination in The Graduate School for readmission, post—baccalau»
priority register Graduate School reate status, and visiting student status for the
4

 S‘OWMHY 1999 Eight-Week Summer 595510“ in order to , from the University or reduce course load and
an in The register before the beginning ofclasses and avoid 1999 Eight-Week receive an 80 percent refund
$40 late fee ' June 23—Wednesday—Last day to pay registration
lates for 'd REGISTRATION W fees and/or housing and dining fees in order to
211111112190“ A l'i127—-M3 10*—Tuesda through Monday—Four— avoid cancellation of re istration and or meal
:andidatcs P Week lnteression registtation and add/drop con- APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION card g /
diploma at tinue for students enrolled in the 1999 Spring October 31’ 1998fSaturday—Deadline for interna- July 2—Monday—Last day for reinstatement of stu-
:)n to The Semester tional applications to be submitted to The Gradu- dents cancelled for nonpayment of registration
May lO—Monday—Registration for new students ate Sch001 for 1999 Summer SChOOl fees and/0r housing and dining fees. Requires
for a May May 11-14 —Tucsday through Friday—Late registra- February l—I-Monday—Deadllne for undergraduate payment of fees and may require payment of $50
)n to The tion for returning students not already registered international applicants to submit 1999 Eight— reinstatement fee.
and new applicants cleared late for admission. A Week Summer Sessmn application July l4—chnesday—Last day to withdraw from the
$40 late fee is assessed students who register late. Aphi 9—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis- University or reduce course load and receive any
May 17—Monday—Last day to change grading op— $10!] to a program 1h The Graduate SChOOl for the refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course
tion (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to 1999 Summer Sessions. Applications for readmis- load after this date onlyfor“urgent non-academic
ng and pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to credit) in smh’ post-baccalaureate status, and visiting stu- reasons."
lays college dean’s office dent status Whl be accepted after the deadline. August 4—Wednesday—Last day registered students
y for regis— May 19—June9*—Wednesday through Wednesday— May 26—Wednesday—Deadllne h“ applying to The may pay $50 to confirm their 1999 Fall Semester
itional PI‘O- Eight-Week registration and add/drop for stu- Graduate SChOOl for readmissmn, post-baccalau- registration
)nncl office dents who entered the University in the 1999 reate status, and visiting student status for the
tration and Four-Week Intersession 1999 Eight'week summer 565510“ in order ‘0 DEGREES AND GRADUATION
ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL ”gm" before ”“3 beginning “Classes and amid June 25—Friday—Last day for filing an application
—Approved May ll—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially $40 late fee _ ' _ J for an August degree in college dean’s office
: academic drop a course or cancel registration with the June lS—Tuesday—Deadllneforinternationalappli- June SO—Wednesday—Last day for doctoral candi-
" admission University Registrar for a full refund of fees whom to be submitted to The Graduate SChOOl dates for an August degree to submit a Notifica-
May 14——Friday—Last day to enter an organized class for the i998 Sphhg Semester tion of Intent to schedule a final examination in
;ins for the 1999 Four—Week Intersession July 23—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis— The Graduate School
gBirthday— May l4—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from 510“ to a program In The-Graduate SChOOI forthe July 14—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an
the University or reduce course load and receive 1999 Fall Semester. Application-s hh readmisSion, August degree to schedule a final examination in
dents in the an 80 percent refund post-baccalaureate status, athlsmhg studentsta- The Graduate School
1 registered May l7—Monday—Last day to drop a course without tus WI" be accerd after the deadline July 28—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an
r personnel it appearing on the student’s transcript August graduate degree to sit for a final
999 Spring May 25—Tuesday—Last day to withdraw from a course REGISTRATION examination
May 25—Tuesday—Last day to withdraw from the April.27—June git—Them” through Wednesday— August 5—Thursday—Last day for candidates for an
ibmission of University or reduce course load and receive any Eight-Week SummerSesSIon registration and add/ August degree to submit a thesis/dissertation to
tents to the refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course drop continue for students enrolled in the 1999 The Graduate School
)f residency load after this date only for “urgent non-academic Spring Semester
reasons." May 19—1‘” 9*—Wed“?5day ‘hmugh WCdHCSdaY— OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and
iring Semes- FEE PAYMENT E‘ght‘week Teglsm‘m“ a“? ade/dTOP f” 5““ End of Semester and Academic Holidays
May ll—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially dents who entered 'the UniverSIty 1“ the 1999 June 10—Thursday——Class work begins
—Approved drop a course or cancel registration with the Four-Week Intersesslon . _ June l4—Monday—Last day for students in the Em-
;e academic University Registrar for a full refund of fees June 8—Tuesday—Reglstratlon for Evening/Week— ployee Educational Program to submit EEP form
)r admission May 14—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from end and new graduate. Sthdhhts to their personnel office for tuition defrayal for
the University or reduce course load and receive June 9—Wednesday—Reglstration for new StUdehh the 1999 Eight-Week Summer Session
day—Spring an 80 percent refund June 10:14—Thursday through Monday—Late regis— July 5—Monday—Independence Day—Academic
May 24—Monday—Last day to pay registration fees tration for returning students not already regis- Holiday
and/or housing and dining fees in order to avoid tered and new applicants cleared late for admls— July lO——Thursday—Midterm of 1999 Eight-Week
ial Examina- cancellation of registration and/or meal card Sloh‘ A $40 late fee 15 assessed students who Summer Session
May 25—Tuesday—Last day to withdraw from the register late. . August 4—Wednesday—Last day for registered stu—
mester University Or reduce course load and receive any Junel2l—Monday—Last day to change grading 0P" dents in the Employee Educational Program to
iibmission of refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course tIon (phSS/fahi to 16m”: grade 0.1— letter grade to submit EEP form to their personnel office to
p.m. load afterthis date onlyfor“urgentnon-academic Pass/fall; cred” to auditor audit to credit) confirm 1999 Fall Semester registration and tu-
acy lS—Week reasons." ition defrayal
June 3—Thursday—Last day for reinstatement of ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL . August S—Tliursday—End of the 1999 Eight-Week
students cancelled for nonpayment of registra— June 10—Thursday—Last dayastudent may offiCIally Summer Session
Lion fees and/0r housing and dining fees. Re- drop a .course- or cancel registration With the August 5—Thilrsday—Final examinations
quires payment of fees and may require payment therhty Registrar for a full refund 0f fees . August 9—Monday—Final deadline forsubmission of
’SSiOIl of $50 reinstatement fee, Junell4—fMonday—Last day to EMS! an organized grades to the Registrar’s Office by 12 noon
:___ OTHER IMPORTANT DATES Beginning and End C a“ 0' ”‘6 1999 E‘gh‘wee“ swim“ 566510“ August 21—Saturday—End of College of Pharmacy
of Semester and Academic Holidays June l4—M0nday—East day to officmlly Withdraw 15-Week Summer Term
May 10—Monday—Beginning of College of Phar— from the UniverSIty or reduce course load and
e for interna- macy 15-Week Summer Term receive an 80 percent refund _ *These dates are subject to change due to con-
0 The Gradu- May ll—Tuesday—Class work begins June 21—Monday—Last day to drop a course Whhout tinuing development of telephone registration.
,1 May 14—Friday—Last day for students in the Em- 1t appearing on the student S transcript
1g for admis— ployee Educational Program to submitEEP form JulyCZEZVednesday—Last day to Withdraw from a
‘ ll 01 for the to their ersonnel office for tuition defra al for
ascfoc; readmis- the 1999pFour-Week Intersession y July lie—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw from the
d visiting stu- May 24—Tuesday—Midterm of 1999 Four-Week In- UniverSIty or reduce course load and receive any
“3 deadline. tersession refund. Students can Withdraw or reduce course
uplying to The May 31—Monday—Memorial Day—Academic load after thlsdate onlyfor urgentnon-academlc
)ost-baccalau- Holiday reasons.
status for the June S—Tuesday—Final Examinations FEE PAYMENT _
ier to register June 8—Tuesday—End of the 1999 Four-Week In— June lO—Thursday—Last daya studentrnay OffiCIally
tersession drop a course or cancel registration With the
iplying to The June ll—Friday—Final deadline for submission of University Registrar f0; a full riffuririlof fhiisd
post—baccalau— grades to the Registrar’s Office by 12 noon June l4-—Monday—Last ay [0 0 mm Y w“ raw
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Charles T. Wethington, Jr., Ph.D. “
President of the University
- Fitzgerald B. Bramwell, Ph.D.
Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
' - Michael T. Nietzel, Ph.D.
Dean of The Graduate School
Douglass S. Kalika, Ph.D.
Senior Associate Dean
James E. O’Reilly, Ph.D. q
Associate Dean
Deneese L. Jones, Ph.D..
Associate Dean

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The University of Kentucky began offering graduate New Graduate Faculty members may be proposed to
work in 1870 and awarded its first graduate degrees in the Dean of The Graduate School at any time by the
1876. The Graduate School became a distinct unit in the college deans and department chairs concerned, or in
University organization in 1912. the case of persons not attached to a college faculty, by
The Graduate School is concerned with advanced the appropriate Chancellors of the University. Eligibility
study, graduate instruction and research conducted by qualifications are as follows:
the faculty and students of all colleges and departments.
. The total graduate resources of the University are 1. The doctor’s degree or its equivalent in scholarly
merged under it for the purpose of promoting the reputation.
‘ acquisition of knowl