Resolution Number

1979-1980_31

Abstract

Directed Study is a procedure which provides flexibility in scheduling for students who are experiencing difficulty in enrolling in specific courses.

Most courses listed in the Graduate Programs and Course Description Bulletin may be taken for credit on a Directed Study basis. Students begin the process by obtaining an application from the Office of Academic Advisement/Transcript Evaluation obtaining the signatures of the instructor and unit head (if required), and returning the application to the Office of Academic Advisement/Transcript Evaluation.

Directed Study is open to a student only in those instances in which a course is not offered during the session in which the student wished to enroll. A student may carry no more than one course as Directed Study per semester without special permission from the Provost.

Originating Committee

Graduate Curriculum and Policies

Type of Resolution

Policy

Academic Year

1979-1980

Date passed by Senate

4-14-1980

Comments

Accepted by President Albert Brown- 04/17/80

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