November 21, 2012

Submitting Degree Plan

Be sure to submit your degree plan 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 Friday, December 15.

For detailed information on submitting the degree plan, see the Ed Psych Student Handbook.

Remember that degree plans 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.

Posted by kwalter at 11:46 AM

February 27, 2012

Spring Commencement

The College of Education and Human Development is pleased to announce that the Spring 2012 commencement exercises will be held on Thursday, May 10, at 7:00 PM in Mariucci Arena. The Educational Psychology Department will host a reception before the commencement ceremony.

All students will receive an email early in March inviting them to commencement. You will need to reply by April 27.

To be eligible to participate in the commencement ceremony, MA and SC students must have submitted their degree program forms; PhD students must have submitted the thesis proposal and thesis planning panel forms.

Posted by kwalter at 3:16 PM

November 18, 2010

Reminder: Submitting Degree Programs

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 Monday, December 20.

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.

Posted by kwalter at 3:09 PM

January 26, 2010

SPRING COMMENCEMENT

The Graduate School is pleased to announce that the Spring 2010 commencement exercises will be held on Friday May 7, 2010 at 2:00 PM in Northrop Auditorium.

Students who intend to participate in the Spring 2010 Commencement Ceremony must submit the Commencement Attendance Approval form to Kathy Walter by Wednesday, February 24. In addition to this form, MA and SC students must have submitted their degree program in order to participate; PhD students must have submitted the Thesis Proposal and Prospectus forms.

Posted by kwalter at 11:02 AM