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The Graduate School 7 A;
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General Regulat1ons 16
Advanced Degrees 20 Feb
Academic Resources 29
General Informat10n35 AP’
Degree Requirements 38
Directors OfGraduate Studies 43 Ma’
Graduate Degree Programs 46
Other Graduate Courses 124 Jum
Graduate Certificates 126
ResidencyPolicy 128 July
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2000 Fall Semester August l7-21—Thursday through Monday—Fall regis~ October 23—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the
———————— tration for new post-baccalaureate students admit- University or reduce course load and receive any
APPLICATIONFORADMISSION ted for the FirstSummer Session, Second Summer refund Students can withdraw or reduce course
January lS—Monday—Deadline forsubmission Ofall Session or Fall Semester load after this date only for “urgent non-academic
application materials to the College of Medicine August 18—Friday—Registration fornewinternational reasons."
for the 2000 Fall Semester students who have been cleared for admission but
February l—Tuesday——-Deadline forinternational ap- did not advance register DEGREES AND GRADUATION
plications to be submitted to the Graduate School August 21—Monday—Registration for new students September 21—Thursday—last day for filingan appli—
for the 2000 Fall Semester who have been cleared for admission bttt did not cation for a December degree in college dean's
April 15—Saturday—Deadline for applying with col- priority register office
lege deans for reinstatement after a second aca- August 23—AugustSO—Wednesday through Tuesday— November 2—Thursday—l .astday for doctoral candi-
demic suspension for the 2000 Fall Semester Late registration for returning students who did dates fora December degree to submit a Notifica—
May l—Monday—Deadline for undergraduate inter- not priority register and new applicants cleared tion oflnlcnttoschedule a final examination in the,
national applicants to submit 2000 Fall Semester late for admission. A late fee is assessed students Graduate School
application who register late. November lG—Thursday—Lastday for candidatesiora
June l5—Thursday—Earliest date to submit applica- September 13—Wednesday—Lastday to change grad— December degree to schedule a final examination
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mission to the College of Medicine for the 2001 grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to November30—Thursdav—I.astdayforcandidates fora
Fall Semester credit) December graduate degree to sit fora final exami-
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to a program in the Graduate School for the 2000 Priority Registration for the 2001 Spring Semes- December lS—Friday—Irast day for candidates for a
Fall Semester. Applications for readmission, post— ter December degree to submit a tlresis/dissertalittn
baccalaureate status, and visitingstudentstatus will November l7—Friday—2001 Spring Semester Advis— to the Graduate School
be accepted after the deadline. ing Conference for new and readmitted under—
August l—Tuesday—Deadlinefor application forEarly graduate students OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and
Decision Program admission to the College of End of Semester and Academic Holidays
Medicine for the 2001 Fall Semester ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL August 2—Wednesday—Lastdayforregisteredstudents
August 9—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the July 29—August 19*———Saturday through Saturday— in the Employee Educational Program to subrrrit
Graduate Schoolforreadmission, post«baccalaure— Add/Drop for registered students EEP form to their personnel office to confirm 2000
ate status, and visiting student status for the 2000 August21-22—MondayandTuesday—First dayofopen- Fall Semester registration and tuition defraval
Fall Semester in order to register before the be- ing—of—term add/drop for registered students August 19«2l—Saturdaythrough Monday—Fall Orien-
ginning ofclasses and avoid a late fee August22—Tuesday—Lastdaya studentmay officially tation for all new undergraduate students
October lE—Sunday—Deadiine forsubmission ofap- drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni- August 21-25—Monday through Friday—Approved
plication and all required documents to the versity Registrar for a full refund of fees time period for students to change academic
Office of Admissions for undergraduate appli- August 30—Tuesday—Last day to enter an organized majors (please check with college for admission
cants planning to attend NovemberAdvising Con- class for the 2000 Fall Semester deadline)
ference (including registration forspring classes) August 30—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw August 23—Wednesday—Class work begins ‘
October31—Tuesday—Deadlineforinternationalap- from the University or reduce course load and August30—Tuesdav—Irastdayforstudentsinthe lint»
plications to be submitted to the Graduate School receive an 80 percent refund ployee Educational Program who registered in
for 2001 Summer School September 13—Wednesday—Lastday todropacottrse August or September to submit EILP form to their
November l—Wednesday—Deadline for completed without it appearing on the student’s transcript personnel office for tuition defrayal for the 2000
AMCAS application for admission to the College October 20——Friday~—Last day to withdraw from a Fall Semester
of Medicine for the 2001 Fall Semester course September4—Monday—Labor Day—Academic I'Ioli-
December l—Friday—Deadline forsubmission of ap— October 20—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the day
plication and receiptofall materials foradmission, University or reduce course load and receive any September 21—Thtrrsday—l')eadlitre for submission
readmission or transfer to the College ofLaw for refund. Students can withdraw or redttce course ofapplicatiorr and all required dormm-nts to the
the 2001 Spring Semester loadafterthisdate onlyfor“urgentnon-academic Office of the Registrar for change of residency
December 4—Monday—Deadline for applying forad- reasons." status for 2000 Fall Semester
mission to a program in the Graduate School for November 30—January16*—Thursday through Satur— OctoberG—Friday—Fall Break—Academic I'loliday ‘
the 2001 Spring Semester. Applications for read- day—Add/Drop for registered students for the October 1fi—Moutlay—Midterm oi‘2000 Fall Semester
mission, post~baccalaureate status, andvisitingstu— 2001 Spring Semester October 17-30—Tttesday through i\Ionday—Approved
dent status will be accepted after the deadline, time period for studen ts to change academic nia-
December 13—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to FEE PAYMENT jors (please checkwith college for admission dead-
the Graduate School for readmission, post-bacca- August 25—Tuesday—Last dayastudent may officially litre)
laureate status, and visiting student status for the drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni- November 23-25—Thursday through Saturday—
2001 Spring Semester in order to register before versity Registrar for a full refund offees Thanksgiving Holidays—Acadernic Holidays
the beginning ofclasses and avoid a late fee September l—Tuesday—Last day to officially with- December 6—Wednesday—Irast day for registered slu-
draw from the University or reduce course load dents in the Employee Educational Program to
REGISTRATION and receive an 80 percent refund submit EEl’ form to their personnel office to
August 15-21—Tuesday through Monday—Fall regis— September 9—Wednesday—Last day for payment of confirm 2001 Spring Semester registration and ‘
tration for new undergraduate and new program registration fees and/or housing and dining fees tuition defrayal i
graduate students who entered the University in in order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/ December 8——Friday———End ol‘class work i
either the 2000 First Summer Session or Second or meal card December 1 LIE—Monday through Friday—Final lix- ‘
Summer Session September 18—Friday—Last day for reinstatement aminations
August lS-Zl—Tuesday throtrgh Monday—Registra» of students cancelled for nonpayment of regis— December l5—Friday—End ol'2000 Fall Semester
tion for new program graduate students tration fees and/0r housing and dining fees. December 18—Monday—Final deadline for submis-
August17-19—Thursdaythrough Saturday—Registra- Requires payment of fees and may require pay- sion of grades to the Registrar's Office by 4 pair.
tion for Evening/Weekend students ment of $50 reinstatement fee. 1
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 - ' *_ , . ~ i ,_ HERIMP TDATES—B ' ' d E d M l
2001 Spnng Semester April 24—June 6 Tuesday through Wednesday 0T ORTAN . egmnlngan n ay
—-————————. Second SummerSessmn registration and add / drop of Semester and Academic Holidays E
continue forstudents enrolled in the 2001 Spring December 6, 2000—Wednesday—Lasl day for rcgis— d
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Semester tered students in the Employee Educational Pro- S
June 15, 2000—Thursday—Deadline forinternational grain to submit EEP form to their personnel office ADD
applications to be submitted to the Graduate School ADD/DROPANDWITI-IDRAWAL to confirm 2001 Spring Semester registration and Mayé
for the 2001 Spring Semester November 30-January 16*—Thursday through Satur- tuition defrayal a
September 1, 2000—Friday—Deadline for under- day—Add/ Drop for registered students for the January8-12—Mondaythrough Friday—Approved time R
graduate international applicants to submit2001 2001 Spring Semester period for students to change academic majors May]
Spring Semester application January8—9—Monday and Tuesday—Firstday ofopen- (please check with college for admission dead- ft
September 15, 2000—Friday—Deadline for applying ing-Of-term add/drop for registered students line) May l
with college deans for reinstatement after a second January 9—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially January lO—Wednesday—Class work begins tl
academic suspension for the 2001 SpringSemester drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni» January l5—Monday—Martin LutherKingBirthday— 3
October 15, 2000—Sunday—Deadline forsubmission versity Registrar for a full refund of fees Academic Holiday Mayl
of application and all required documents to the January l7—Wednesday—Last day to enter an orga- January l7—Wednesday—Lastday forstudents in the a
Office ofAdmissions forundergraduate applicants nized class for the 2001 Spring Semester Employee Educational Program who registered May?
planning to attend November Advising Confer~ January l7—Wednesday—Last day to officially with- inJanuaiy to submit EEP form to their personnel Mayi
ence (including registration forspring classes) draw from the University or reduce course load office for tuition dcfrayal for the 2001 Spring Se- Vi
December 4, 2000—Monday—Deadline for applying and receive an 80 percent refund mester fi
foradmission toaprogram in the Graduate School January 20—Wednesday—Last day to drop a course February 8—Thursday—Deadline for submission of a
for the 2001 Spring Semester. Applications for without it appearing on the student’s transcript application and all required documents to the St
readmission, post-baccalaureatestatus, and visiting March 6—Friday—Last day to withdraw from a course Office of the Registrar for change of residency FEE 1
student status will be accepted after the deadline. March 6—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the Uni- status for 2001 Spring Semester MayS
December 13, 2000——Wednesday—Deadline for ap- versity or reduce course load and receive any re- March 5—Monday—Midtcrm of 2001 Spring Semes— a
plying to the Graduate School for readmission, fund.Students canwithdraworreduce courseload ter R
post-baccalaureate status, and visiting student sta- after this date only for “urgent non-academic rea- March 6—26—Tuesday through Monday—Approved time May I
tus for the 2001 Spring Semesterin order to regis— sons.“ period for students to change academic majors [1
[er before the beginning of classes and avoid $40 April 24-June l6*—Tuesday through Saturday—Add/ (please check with college for admission dead- at
late fee Drop for priority registered students for the 2001 line) May 1
Februaryl—Thiirsday—Deadlineforinternationalap~ Fall Semester March 12-17—Monday through Saturday—Spring ai
plications to be submitted to the Graduate School Vacation—Academic Holidays c:
for the 2001 Fall Semester FEE PAYMENT April 27—Friday—End of class work May?
February 1—Thursday—Deadline forsubmission of all January 9—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially April 30-May 4—Monday through Friday—Final Ex- Vt
application materials to the College of Medicine drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni~ aminations ft
for the 2001 Fall Semester versity Registrar for a full refund of fees May 4—Fi‘iday—End of 2001 Spring Semester at
March l—Thursday—Lastday forsubmission of appli- January l7—Wednesday—Last day to officially with- May 7—Monday—Final deadline for submission of st
cation for admission to the College ofLaw for the draw from the University or reduce course load grades to the Registrar’s Office by 4 p.m. Mayfl
2001 Fall Semester and receive an 80 percent refund May 7-August 18—College ofPharmacy 15-Week Suin- d
April l—Sunday—Preferred deadline for submitting January 10~Wednesday—Lastdayforpaymentofreg- mer Term {6
application for admission to the College of Den- istration fees and/or housing and dining fees in If
tistry for the 2001 Fall Semester order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/or , _ it
April 6—Friday—Deadline for applyingforadmission meal card 2001 Fll‘St Summer SESSIOII 0TH
go a progrsam in theAGralduate Sclgool fordthe 2001 FebZIMiry 2—Fridlayli—fLastday for reinstatement of stu- APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Ma 07.
ummer CSSions. pp ications .or rea miSSion, ents cance e .or nonpayment 0 registration October 31, 2000—Tuesday—Deadline for interna- y I
post-baccalaureate status,andvtsmngstudentstatus fees and/Orhousmg anddining fees.Requires pay- . . . . 1-
. _ , , tional applications to besubmitted to the Graduate
Wlll be accepted after the deadline. ment of fees and may require payment of a rein— MayS
, , , School for 2001 Summer School
April 25—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the statement fee. . . t . i Mayl
_ . . . , April 9—Friday—Deadlme for applying for admis-
Graduate School for readmissmn, post-baccalaure— Mai-ch 9—Friday—Last day to Withdraw from the Uni- . . E‘
, . . . . 51011 to a program in the Graduate School for the
are status, and vxsmng student status for the 2001 ver51ty or reduce course load and receive any re- . . . _ . PI
, . , , , 2001 Summer Sessmns. Applications fOi readmis- .
First Summer Sessxon in order to register May 7 fund. Students canwnhdraw or reduce courseload . b l d . . . F1
d idalate fee after this date on] for“ur ent non-academic rea— SIOn, P081. acca aiireate status, an “smug stu- May 5
an avo “ y g dent status will be accepted after the deadline. 8‘
REGISTRATION sons. April 25—Wednesday——Deadline for applying to the May]
2-8—T d th hM Ch R _ . f Graduate School forreadmissmn, post-baccalaure- June“
Jan I ues ay roug on y_ egistration or ate status, and visiting student status for the 2001 I
new program graduate students DEGREES AND GRADUATION . _ . . . June .
. . , _ _ First Summei SeSSion in order to register May 10 1
January 5—8—Friday through Monday—Registration for February 8—Thursday—Last day for filing an applica- and avoid a late fee 51'
- ‘ ' ' ‘ une
newpost baccalaureatestudents . ' tion for a May degree in college dean 5 office May 23—Wednesday—Deadline for applying [0 the .1
January 5-6—Friday and Saturday—Registration for March22—Thursday—Lastdayfordoctoral candidates . . g!
. . _ _ Graduate School for readmiSSion, post—baccalau-
Evening/Weekend and newgraduate students foraMaydegree to submita Notification ofIntent . . .
, . _ _ , reate status, andVisningstudentstatus for the 2001
JanuaryS—Mondathegistrauon fornewstudemswho to schedule a final examination in the Graduate _ . . .
. . . , Second Summei Sessmn in order to register be-
have been cleared foradmISSion butdid notprior- School _ . . .
. . , , fox 6 the beginning Ofclasses and av01d a late fee
ity register April 5—Thursday—Last day for candidates fora May REGISTRATION 200
Januaryl0-l’7I—Wednestlay through Wednesday—Late degree toscheduleafinalexaminauon in the Gradu- April 24-—-May 7*—Tuesday through Monday—First APPL
registration for returning students who did not ate School . . . .
. . . . . , SummerSESSion registration and add/drop continue 0 t 1
priority register and new applicants cleared late April l9—Thursday—Lastdayforcandidates foraMay f . . C 0
, . _ , _ _ or students enrolled in the 2001 Spring Semester -
for admissmn. A late fee is assessed students who graduate degree to Slt for a final examination M . . t“
. . , . ay 7—Monday—Registration fornewstudents S
register late. April 27—Friday—Last day for doctoral candidates for M . , . ‘
. . _ _ ay 8-1 1 —Tuesday through Friday—Late registration F b
January31—Wednesday—Lastday to change grading a May degree who Wish to receive a diploma at f _ . . e 1'“
. . , _ _ or retui ning students not already registered and -
Option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to Commencementtosubmitdissertauon [O the Gradu- . . . m
. , . , _ new applicants cleared late for admiSSion. A late S
pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to credit) ate School . . l
. . . . _ fee is assessed students who register late. A rill
March 26-April 13*—Monday through Friday—Prior- May 4—Friday—Last day for candidates for a May de- M t . P
. . . . . . . ay l4—Monday—Last day to change grading option t
ity registration for the 2001 Fall Semester and gree to submita them/dissertation to the Gradu- . °
. (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/ S
both 2001 Summer Sessmns ate School f . _ . . ~ . . . l
. , ail, credit to audit Oi audit to credit) in college
April 24—May 7 *—Tuesday through Monday—First May6—Sunday—CommencementDay dean's office Pf
Summer Session registration and add/drop con— WI
tinue for students enrolled in the 2001 Spring May 2
Semester 0
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 1d End May 16—June 3*—Wednesday through Wednesday— ate status, and visiting student status for the 2001 July ll—chiit-sdziy—Last day for candidates for an
Eight-Week