Kathy Walter will be out of the office March 26 through April 2. Please keep these dates in mind if you have forms that require DGS approval.
Be sure to submit your degree program according to the following timelines:
M.A.: After completing 10 credits (ordinarily no later than the second semester of your first year).
Specialist: After completing 20 credits (ordinarily no later than the second semester of your first year).
Ph.D.: After completing four semesters. The Educational Psychology Department requires doctoral students to submit their degree program forms to the DGS prior to taking the written general preliminary examination. This should be by the end of the second year of graduate study, and at least one semester prior to the term in which you plan to take the prelim oral exam.
For those who are approaching these deadlines, submit degree programs by Tuesday, April 6.
For detailed information on submitting the degree program, see the Ed Psych Student Handbook.You will also need to submit our Examining Committee Consent form.
Remember that degree programs can be changed in the future through a simple petition process. Be sure to submit the petition form prior to taking courses for which you are requesting a change.
PLEASE NOTE: A hold will be placed on your record at the DGS's request if:
-- You are in the M.A. program and do not submit your degree program form by the time you complete 14 credits;
-- You are in the Specialist program and do not submit your degree program form by the time you complete 24 credits;
-- You are in the Ph.D. program and fail to submit your degree program form by the time you complete four semesters.
You will be unable to register, to obtain a transcript, etc. until the hold is released by the DGS.
The Scholarly Community is cordially invited to share the Final Oral Dissertation Presentation by
In partial fulfillment of requirements for PhD in Educational Psychology
A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School Of the University of Minnesota
The Reliability and Validity of the Minnesota Visual Autism Symptom Scale (MN-VASS)
Monday, March 8
330 Education Sciences Building
Professor Frank Symons, chair
Professor Susan Hupp, advisor
Professor Brian Abery, advisor
Professor Mark Davison