- Graduate Assistantship Program
- Graduate Catalog
- Graduate Research
- Readmission, Update, Program Change
- Dissertation/Thesis/Specialist Projects
- Forms and Documents
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Current Students
All degree seeking and certificate seeking students must submit a Program of Study within the first semester (or 12 hours of course work). The degree program is developed in consultation with and approved by the student's graduate program advisor. Any changes to the Program of Study must be submitted on a Program of Study Change form.
All programs require a written or oral examination, or completion of an approved capstone course which must be completed by the last day of the academic term. Comprehensive Exam/Capstone forms must be submitted by the faculty and received in the Graduate School by May 31st, August 31st, and December 31st of the spring, summer, and fall terms, respectively.
Finally, students must submit an Application for Graduation and fee via TopNet the semester prior to completion.
Matriculation as a graduate student is described in detail in the Graduate Catalog. Students should also consult their department/program for any additional requirements for completion. Contact the Graduate School (firstname.lastname@example.org, 270-745-2446) if you have questions.
*Students in a teacher certification program should contact the Teacher Certification Office for completion information, 270-745-4300.
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