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 Contents

Calendar 3

The Graduate School 7

Admissions 10

General Regulatlons 15

Advanced Degrees 19

Academic Resources 28

General Information 34

Degree Requirements 39

Programs and Directors of Graduate Studies................... 44

The Graduate School Programs........................................ 47

Council on Higher Education Residency

Classification Pollcy 113

Index 117

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, 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, 303 Administra-
tion 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.

Questions concerning compliance with regulations may be directed to
UK’s Affirmative Action Office, or to the Director of the Office of 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
Administrator for Personnel Policy and Procedures.

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 1997-98 will be published in the Schedule of Classes each semester.
1996 Fall Semester August 22-24—Thursday through Saturday—Regis— of students cancelled for nonpayment of regis-
————-———— tration for Evening/Weekend students tration fees and/or housing and (lining fees.
August 22-26—Thursday through Monday—Fall reg- Requires payment of fees and may require pay-

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION istration for new post—baccalaureate students ad- ment of $50 reinstatement fee.

February l—Thursday—Deadline for International mitted for the Four-Week Intersession, Eight— October 25—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the
applications to be submitted to The Graduate Week Summer Session or Fall Semester University or reduce course load and receive any
School for the 1996 Fall Semester August 23—Friday—Registration for new interna- refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course

February l—Thursday—Deadline for submission of tional students who have been cleared for admis« load after this date only for "urgent non-aca-
all application materials, College ofMedicine, for sion but did not advance register demic reasons."

Fall 1996 August 26—Monday—Registration for new students December ll—Wednesday—Last day registered stu-

April l5—Monday—Deadline for applying with (301— who have been cleared for admission but did not dents may pay $50 to confirm their 1997 Spring
lege deans for reinstatement after a second aca- priority register Semester registration
demic suspension for the 1996 Fall Semester August 28—September 4—Wednesday through

May l—Wednesday—Deadline for undergraduate In- Wednesday—Late registration for returning stu- DEGREES AND GRADUATION
ternational applicants to submit 1996 Fall Semcs- dents who did not priority register and new appli- September 26—Thursday—Last day for filing an ap- 1
ter application cants cleared late for admission. A $401ate fee is plication foraDecember degree in college dean's

June 15—Saturday—Earlicst date to submit applica- assessed students who register late. office
tion for regular and Early Decision Program ad- September lS—Wednesday—Lastday to change grad- November 7—Thursday—Last day for doctoral can-
mission, College of Medicine, for Fall 1997 ing option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter didates for a December degree to submit a Noti~

July 26—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis- grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to fication oflntent to scheduleafinal examination
sion to a program in The Graduate School for the credit) in The Graduate School
1996 Fall Semester. Applications for readmis~ November l-22*—Friday through Friday—Priority November 2l—Thursday—Last day for candidates
sion, post-baccalaureate status, and visiting stu- Registration for the 1997 Spring Semester for a December degree to schedule a final exami-
dent status will be accepted after the deadline. November 22—Friday—1997 Spring Semester Advis— nation in The Graduate School

August l—Thursday—Deadline for application for ing Conference for new and readmitted under- December 5—Thursday—Last day for candidates for
Early Decision Program,College ofMedicine, for graduate students a December graduate degree to sit for a final
Fall 1997 examination]

August l4—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL December 20—Friday—Last day for candidates for a
The Graduate School for readmission, post-bac— July 27—August 24*—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 1996 Fall Semester in order to register before August 27—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 15—Tuesday—Deadline for submission of August 27—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi- End of Semester and Academic Holidays
application antl all required documents to the ciallydropacourse orcancelregistrationwith the August 7—Wednesday—Last day for registered stu-
Office of Admissions for undergraduate appli- University Registrar for a full refund offees dents in the Employee Educational Program to
cants planning to attend NovemberAdvising Con- September 4—Wednesday—Last day to enter an or- submit EEP form to their personnel office to con-
ference (including registration forspring classes) ganized class for the 1996 Fall Semester firm 1996 Fall Semester registration and tuition

October 3l—Tliursday—Deadline for International September4—Wednesday—Lastday to officiallywith- defrayal
applications to be submitted to The Graduate draw from the University or reduce course load August 24-26—Saturday through Monday—Fall Ori—
School for 1997 Summer School and receive an 80 percent refund entation for all new undergraduate students

November l—Friday—Deadline for completed SeptemberlB—Wednesday—Lastday to dropacourse August 26-30—M0nday through Friday—Approved
AMCAS application, College ofMedicine, for Fall without it appearing on the student's transcript time period for students to change academic
1997 October 25—Friday—Last day to withdraw from a majors (Please check with college for admission

December l—Sunday—Deadline for submission of course deadline)
application and receipt ofall materials for admis- October 25—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the August 28—Wednesday—Class work begins
sion, readmission or transfer to the College of University or reduce course load and receive any September 2—Monday—Lab0rDay—Academic Holi-
Law for the 1997 Spring Semester refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course day

December 9—Monday—Deadline for applying for load after this date only for “urgent non-aca- September 4—Wednesday—Last (lay for students in
admission to a program in The Graduate School demic reasons." the Employee Educational Program who regis-
for the 1997 Spring Semester. Applications for December 5—January ll*——Thursday through Sat— teredin AugustorSeptember to submitEEP form
readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and visit- urday—Add/Drop for registered students for the to their personnel office for tuition defrayal for
ing student status will be accepted after the dead- 1997 Spring Semester the 1996 Fall Semester
line. September 26—Thursday—Deadline for submission

December lS—Wednesday—Deadline for applying FEE PAYMENT of application and all required documents to the
to The Graduate School for readmission, post— August 7—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 1996 Fall Semester status for 1996 Fall Semester
for the 1997 Spring Semester in order to register registration October 21—Monday—Midterm of1996 Fall Semester
before the beginning ofclasses and avoid $40 late August 27—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi- October 22-November 4—Tuesday through Tues-
fee cially drop a course or cancel registration with the day—Approved time period forstudents to change -

University Registrar for a full refund of fees academic majors (Please check with college for

REGISTRATION September4—Wednesday—Lastday to officiallywith- admission deadline)

August 20—26—Ttlesday through Monday—Fall regis— draw from the University or reduce course load November 5—Tuesday—Presidential Election_Aca-
[ration for new undergraduate and new program and receive an 80 percent refund demic Holiday
graduate students who entered the University in September lI—Wednesday—Last day for paymentof November 28-30—Thursday through Saturday—
either the 1996 Four-Week Intersession or Eight— registration fees and/or housing and dining fees Thanksgiving Holidays—Academic Holidays
Week Summer Session in order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/ December ll—Wednesday—Last day for registered

August 20-26—Tuesday through Monday—Registra- or meal card students in the Employee Educational Program
tion for new program graduate students September 20—Friday—Last day for reinstatement to submit EEP form to their personnel office to

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 conlirm 1997 Spring Semester registration and Late registration for returning students who (lid May degree to schedule a final examination in
tuition dclrayal not priority register and new applicants cleared The Graduate School
December l3—Friday—End of class work late for admission. A $40 late fee is assessed April 24—Thursday—Last day for candidates for a
December 16-20—Monday through Friday—Final Ex— students who register late May graduate degree to sitfor a final examination
aminations February 5—Wedncsday—Last day to change grad— May 2—Fi‘iday—Last day for doctoral candidates for
December 20—Fi'iday—End of 1996 Fall Semester ing option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter a May degree who wish to receive a diploma at
December 23—Monday—Final deadline for submis- grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to Commencement to submit dissertation to The
sion of grades to the Registrar's Office by 4 p.m. credit) Graduate School
March 31- April 18*—Monday through Friday—Pri- May Q—Friday—Last day for candidates for a May
ority registratiion for the 1997 Fall Semester and degree to submit a thesis/disscrtation to The
both 1997 Summer Sessions Graduate School
1997 Sprmg Semester April 29~May l2*—Tuesday through Monday—Four— May 10—Saturday—Commencement Day
——-———-—-—-—-—— Weeklntersession registration and add/drop con-
tinue for students enrolled in the 1997 Spring
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Semester OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and
June 15, l996—Saturday—Deadline forlnternational April 29—June II*—Tuesday through Wednesday— End of Semester and Academic Holidays
applications [0 be submitted [0 The Graduate Eight-Week SummerSession registration and add/ December 11, 1996—chnesday—Last day for regis-
SChOOI for lht‘ 1997 Spring Semester drop continue for students enrolled in the 1997 tered students in the Employee Educational l’ro-
September 1: l996—Sunday—-—Deadline for under— Spring Semester grain to submit EEP form to their personnel oliice
graduate International applicants to submit 1997 to confirm 1997 Spring Semester registration and
Spring Semester application ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL tuition defrayal
September 15: lQQfi—Sunday—Deadline for apply- December 5—January 11*—Thursday through Sat- January I3-I7—Monday through Friday—Approved
ing' Wilh €011th (1821115 for reinstatement after a urday—Add/Drop for registered students for the time period for students to Change academic
SECOHd flCfldeiC SllSPCUSlOH for the 1997 Spring 1997 Spring Semester majors (Please check with college for admission
SCIHCSICI‘ January l4—Tuesday—First day of opening-of-term deadline)
October 15a I996—Tucsday—Deadline for submis- add/drop for registered students January l5—Wednesday—Class work begins
sion ofapplication ““9311 required documents [0 January 14—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi- January20—Monday—Martin Luther King Birthday—
the OffiCC 0f AdmiSSiOHS for undergraduate ap- cially drop a course or cancel registration with Academic Holiday
PhCflhlS planning to attend November Advising the University Registrar for a full refund of fees January 22—Wednesday—Last day forstudents in the
CUthI‘L‘hCC (including registration for Spring January 22—Wednesday—Last day to enter an orga- Employee Educational Program who registered
(1215505) nized class for the 1997 Spring Semester inJanuary to submit EEP form to their personnel
December 9‘ IQQG—Monday—Deadlinc for applying January 22—Wednesday—Last day to officially with- office for tuition (lefrayal for the 1997 Spring
for 'l‘dmiSSlO“ ‘0 a program i“ The Graduate draw from the University or reduce course load Semester
School for the 1997 Spring Semester Applica- and receive an 80 percent refund Februaryl3—Thursday—Deadline forsubmission of
tions [01' l‘CHdmlSSiDUi post-baccalaureate status, February 5—chnesday—Last day to drop a course application and all required documents to the
llhd ViShihP; student status Will be accepted after without it appearing on the student's transcript Office of the Registrar for change of residency
the deadline. March l4—Friday—Lastday towithdrawfromacourse status for 1997 Spring Semester
December 18, l996—Wednesday—Deadline for ap- March l4—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the March lO—Monday—Midterm of 1997 Spring Se-
plying 10 The Graduate SChOOl for readmission, University or reduce course load and receive any mester
post-baccalaureate status, and visiting studentsta— refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course March 11-3l—Tuesday through Monday—Approved
[US for IhC 1997 Spring Semester in order [0 load after this date only for “urgent non-aca- time period for students to change academic
register before the beginning ofclasses and avoid demic reasons.” majors (Please check with college for admission
$40 12116 fee April 29-June2l*—Tuesday through Saturday—Add/ deadline)
February I—Saturday—Deadline for International Drop for priority registered students for the 1997 March l7-22—Monday through Saturday—Spring
applications to be submitted to The Graduate Fall Semester Vacation—Academic Holidays
School for the 1997 Fall Semester May 2—Friday—End of class work
February l—Saturday—Deadline for submission of FEE PAYMENT May 5-9—Monday through Fridfly__pina] Examina—
allapplication materials, College ofMedicine,for January l4—Tuesday—Last day a student may offi‘ tions
Fall 1997 ciallydropacourse or cancel registration with the May Q—Friday—End of 1997 Spring Semester
March l—Saturday—Last day for submission 0f ap- University Registrar for a full refund of fees May l2—Monday—Final deadline for submission of
plication for admission [0 the COHCEE Of Law for January 22—Wednesday—Last day to officially with— grades to the Registrar‘s Office by 4 pm
1997 F?!“ SCITICSLCI‘ draw from the University or reduce course load May 12-August 23—College of Pharmacy Iii-Week
APT“ l—Tuesday—Preferred deadline for Smeit' and receive an 80 percent refund Summer Term
ting application for admission to the College of January 29—Wednesday—Last day for payment of
DEIHiSU’)‘ for Fall 1997 registration fees and/or housing and dining fees
APT“ 11 —Friday—Deadline for applying for admis- in order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/
sion to a program in The Graduate School for the or meal card
1997 Summer Sessions.Applicationsforreadmis- Februa 7——Frida —-Last da for reinstatement of ‘
sion, post-baccalaureate status, and visiting stu- studints canceillled for ngnpaymem of registra— Wm
dent status will be accepted after the deadline. tion fees and/or housing and dining fees. Re—
Apl‘il 30—Wednesday—Deadline for applying [0 The quires payment offees and may require payment APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
0171911310 SChOOl [or readmission, post-baccalau- of $50 reinstatement fee. October 31, lQQG—Thursday—Deadline for Interna—
rcatc status, and visiting student status for the March 14——Friday--Last day to withdraw from the tionalapplications to be submitted to The Gradu-
1997 FOW‘WC‘Ck lntersession in order [0 register University or reduce course load and receive any ate School for 1997 Summer School
May 12 and avoid $40 late fee refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course April ll—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis-
load after this date only for “urgent non-aca- sion toaprogramin The Graduate School for the
REGISTRATION demic reasons." 1997 Summer Sessions. Applications for readmis—
January 7—13—Tuesday through Monday—Registra— sion, post~baccalaureate status, and visiting stu-
tion for new program graduate students dent status will be accepted after the deadline.
January 10—13—Friday thrmlgh Monday—Registra- DEGREES AND GRADUATION April30—Wednesday—Deadline forapplying to The
‘1‘)“ for new post-baccalaureate students February l3—Thursday—Last day for filing an appli- Graduate School for readmission, post-baccalau-
January 10 8“ 11—Friday and Saturday—Registration cation for a May degree in college dean’s office rcate status, and visiting student status for the
forEvening/Weekendand newgraduate students March 27—Thursday—Last day for doctoral candi- 1997 Four-Week Intersession in order to register
January 13—M0nd8y—chistrmi0n for new students dates for a May degree to submita Notification of May 12 and avoid $40 late fee
who have been cleared for admission bl“ did “0L Intent to schedule a final examination in The May 28—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The
priority register Graduate School Graduate School for readmission, post—baccalau-
January 15-22—-Wedncsday through Wednesday— April lO—Thursday—Last day for candidates for a reate status, and visiting student status for the
4

 ““"hhuhm i” 1997 Eight—Week Summer Session in order to June IO—Tuesday—End of the 1997 Four-Week FEE PAYMENT
. , register before the beginning ofclasses and avoid Intersession June l2—Thursday—Last (lay a student may officially
ididuies for :1 $40 late fee June 13—Friday—Final deadline for submission of drop a course or cancel registration with the
Itinllllllllklllf’II grades to the Registrar’s Office by 12 noon University Registrar for a ftill refund of fees
:iindidates for REGISTRATION June lG—Mondav—Last (lay to officially withdraw
a diploma “1 April 29—May12*—Tuesday through Mon(lay—Four~ from the University or reduce course load and
““10" l“ The Week Intersession registration and add/drop con- receive an 80 PEI‘CCHI refund
. tinue for students enrolled in the 1997 Spring 1997 Eight—Week June 25—Wednesday—Last day to pay registration
16‘? h” "I May Semester S S - fees and/0r housing and dining fees in order to
noon to The May 12—Monday—Registration for new students llmmer eSSIOn avoid cancellation of registration and/or meal
May 13-16 —Tuesday through Friday—Late registra- card
)3," tion for returning students not already registered APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION July 7—Monday—Last day for reinstatement of stu-
and new applicants cleared late for admission. A October3l, 1996—Thursday—Deadline for Interna» dents cancelled for nonpayment of registration
' $40 late fee is assessed students who register late. tional applications to be submitted [0 The Gradu- fees and/or housing and (lining fees. Requires
ming and May 19—Monday—Last day to change grading op- ate SChOOI for 1997 Summer SChOOI payment of fees and may require payment of$50
’II‘IIIYS tion (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to February l—Saturday—Deadline for undergraduate reinstatement fee.
day h)" regis- pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to credit) in International applicants I0 submit 1997 Eight— July lG—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw from the
[Kahuna] l’ro- college dean‘s office Week Summer SCSSIO“ "IPthIIOh University or reduce course load and receive aiiv
i‘sonnel office May 21—June 11*—Wednesday through Wednes— APIII ll—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis— refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course
gisti'ation and day—Eight-Week registration and add/drop for 5h)“ to aprogram IhThE Graduate SChOOI for the load after this date only for “urgent non-aca-
students who entered the University in the 1997 I997 Summer Sessions.Applicationsfor readmis— demic reasons"
ly—APPIOVCCI Four-Week Intersession sion, post-baccalaureate status, and visiting Stu' August 6—Wednesday—Last (lay registered students
igc academic dent status will be accepted after the deadline. may pay $50 to confirm their 1997 Fall Semester
for admission ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL May 28—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to The registration
. May lS—Tuesday—Last (lay a student may officially Graduate School for readmission, post-baccalau~
“33th drop a course or cancel registration with the reate status, and visiting student status for the DEGREES AND GRADUATION
”S Birtliday— University Registrar for a full refund of fees 1997 Eight-Week Summer SCSSIOh in order to June 27—Friday—Last day for filing an application
May lB—Friday—Last day to enter an organized class register before the beginning ofclasses and avoid for an August degree in college dean's office
[Udehthih the for the 1997 Four-Week Intersession 340 late fee July 2—Wednesday—Last day fordoctoralcandidates
hf) registered May lG—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from June l5—Sunday—Deadline for International appli- for an August degree to submit :1 Notification of
6” personnel the University or reduce course load and receive cations to be submitted to The Graduate SChOOI Intent to schedule a final examination in The
1997 Spring an 80 percent refund for the 1996 Spring Semester Graduate School
May lQ—Monday—Last day to drop a course without July 25—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis- July lfi—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an
submission 0f it appearing on the student's transcript SIOh [0 a program I“ The Graduate SChOOI for the August degree to schedule a final examination in
nients to the May 28—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw from a 1997FallSemester.Applications forreadmission, The Graduate School
of residency course post-baccalaureate status, and visiting studentsta- July 30—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an
May 28—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw from the “‘5 WI“ be accepted after the deadline August graduate degree to sit for a final
'7 Spring 5"" University or reduce course load and receive any examination
refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course REGISTRATION August 7—Thursday—Last day for candidates for an
,y—Approved load after this date only for “urgent non-aca— API'Il 29—June ll*—Tuesday through Wednesday—- August degree to submit a thesis/dissertation to
ige academic demic reasons." Eight-WeekSummerSession registration and add/ The Graduate School
for admission drop continue for students enrolled in t