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Graduate credit may be earned only for courses numbered 600
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the process for degree conferral,
candidates must submit
for Advanced Degree" to the
Office of Graduate and Professional Education. The deadline
for degree application is September 15 for December degree
conferral, December 15 for Winter
degree conferral, February 15
May degree conferral, and May 15 for August degree conferral. The application fee payment is
required when the application is submitted.
Students must have
a minimum overall cumulative
grade point average
of 3.0 to be eligible
the degree. In
addition, the grades
in courses applied
toward the degree program must
equal 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 overall
Time limits for
of degree requirements begin with the date
of matriculation and are specifically expressed in the
student's letter of admission.
Students entering a doctoral program
with a master's degree are given ten consecutive
semesters to complete the requirements.
Students who change
their degree plan and have transferred
one degree program to another degree program
are given ten consecutive
semesters from the beginning of the
first year in the latest program.
An extension of time
limit may be granted
for circumstances beyond the student's
control. Requests for time extensions must be made
in writing and approved
by the student's adviser and
the School of Education
Director or Designee. The Director/Designee will forward the request to the Office of Graduate Studies.
The Office of Graduate
Studies will determine the
student's eligibility for a
time extension and will notify
the student in writing of its decision to grant an extension
Students who complete
graduate credits with the
classification of CEND (Continuing Education Non-Degree) at the
University of Delaware may use
of 9 graduate credits
earned with this classification toward
their graduate degree. The CEND credits,
grades, and quality points become a part of the
student's academic record and
grade point average. CEND credit can be transferred provided
that (1) the course was at
the 600 to 800
level, (2) the course was taken within the time limit appropriate
the degree, and (3)
the course was approved by
student's adviser and the
Department of Music Director
of Graduate Studies.
credit earned at another institution will be evaluated at the written request
of the student.
Such a request should be submitted first to the
student's advisor using a Request
Transfer of Graduate Credit form. A maximum
of 9 credits required for the
degree will be accepted provided
that such credits (1) were earned
with a grade of no less than
B-, (2) are approved by the
student's adviser and the Department of Music Director
of Graduate Studies, (3) are in accord with the student's
program requirements, (4) are not older
than five years, and (5) were completed
at an accredited college or university.
the grades or quality points, are transferable to University
of Delaware graduate records.
Graduate courses counted
toward a degree received elsewhere may
be used. Credits earned
at another institution while the
student was classified as a continuing education
student at that institution are not eligible to be transferred to one's graduate
degree at the University of Delaware. Credits from institutions outside of the United
States are generally
not transferable to the University of Delaware.
wish to transfer credits
from their undergraduate record to their graduate
record may transfer
a limited number by arranging with the department to have these courses
approved by their instructors before the courses are taken. These courses must be at the 600 level,
student must perform at the graduate
level. These courses must be in excess of the
total required for the
baccalaureate degree, must have
grades of no less than B-,
and must not be older than five
years. The credits, grades, and quality points will transfer.