Graduate students are required to maintain at least a 3.0 GPA for degree-program courses. Grades below C will not be accepted for a graduate degree. Some departments do not accept C grades.
P (Pass) will be accepted only for seminars, special problems, interdisciplinary workshops, thesis or dissertation research, and continuing graduate advisement. Credits for a course with a P grade can be transferred from another university, if recommended by a student's supervisory committee.
Correspondence Course Credits Distance Education correspondence (independent home study) courses are not accepted for graduate degrees.
Credit by Special Examination
Credit earned by special examination cannot be used to satisfy the course requirements for a graduate degree or to meet the residency requirement.