Time Limitations on Degree Completion
University undergraduate programs emphasize preparing skilled, systematic, and informed practitioners who can employ contemporary methods, techniques, and technologies and systematically assess emerging methods, techniques, and technologies. Undergraduate students are expected to complete their degree programs within five years of the onset of study. Students continuing beyond five years may be required to repeat previously completed course work or to complete coursework not required at the time of their initial admission. Students are cautioned that, ordinarily, the applicability of undergraduate coursework to graduate degrees awarded by the University expires five years after completion.
Waivers of the time limitations for degree completion may be made by the Undergraduate Academic Dean.