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Students must have a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 3.0 to be eligible for the degree. In addition, the grades in courses specifically required for the degree program must average at least 3.0. All graduate-numbered courses taken with graduate student classification at the University of Delaware are applied to the cumulative index. Credit hours and courses for which the grade is below "C-" do not count toward the degree even though the grade is applied to the index.
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The Graduate College monitors the academic progress of all graduate students and notifies students in writing of all academic deficiencies. The cumulative GPA after each 9-hour increment determines academic standing.
should consult the appropriate Curriculum Guide(s) for their
concentration and meet regularly with the School of Music Academic Advisor
as well as faculty advisors, to ensure sufficient academic progress toward the
degree is made each semester.
If a graduate student fails to make satisfactory progress toward all degree requirements, permission may be denied to continue in the degree program. At the close of each semester, winter session or summer session, in those circumstances deemed appropriate by the department or program faculty exercising its professional judgment, the faculty of each department or program may evaluate the progress of a graduate student toward meeting the academic standards of the program in which the student is enrolled. In addition to graded course work, academic standards include, but are not limited to, professional, ethical, clinical and other standards required of graduate students. In the case of dismissal, the program director is required to send a report to the Graduate College that states the faculty vote on the decision causing dismissal and the justification for this action. The Graduate College will notify a student in writing when the student is being dismissed for failure to make satisfactory progress in the program and the procedures for the student to appeal the action.
Time limits for the completion of degree requirements begin with the date of matriculation. The University time limit is ten consecutive semesters to complete the degree requirements for students entering a master's degree program.
Requests for time extensions must be made in writing and approved by the chair of the School of Music Graduate Committee and by the Director of the School. The School will forward the request to the Graduate College. The College will determine the student's eligibility for a time extension and will notify the student in writing of its decision to grant an extension of time.