If your Thesis or Dissertation requires the use of human, animal, or bio-hazardous materials or subjects please indicate this on your Candidacy form. If you do not have a Thesis or Dissertation leave this field blank.
If your program requires a Thesis or Dissertation defense you will need to submit your Appointment of Supervisory Committee form. Indicate whether or not you have submitted your supervisory form. If your program does not have a Thesis or Dissertation option then you will mark ‘Not Required’.
There are 12 options for the Requirement type drop-down field: Core Course, Culminating Activity, Elective, Emphasis Area, Cognate, Examination, Methods, Performance, Proposal, Research, Seminar, and Other Requirement.
Core Courses are classes that must be taken by each student within the program. Culminating Activity courses are for students who enroll in Project, Portfolio, Thesis, Dissertation, Capstone Course, Practicums, Comprehensive Examinations or Recital courses. Electives are courses taken to fulfill elective requirements. Emphasis Area courses are taken to show a particular focus in a field of study. Proposal classes are used to propose a Dissertation or Thesis topic. Performance classes show courses taken to display a show or performance. Examination, Methods, Research, Seminar, and Cognate courses are taken as specific degree requirements. The Other Requirement label will be used if a course does not fit any of the previously mentioned options.
This is a letter label showing the department or academic unit offering the course. Examples of Course Prefixes: NURS, EDU, COMPUT, BIOL.
The three-digit numerical code assigned to each class after the Course Prefix.
The official title of the course as it appears in the catalog or Academic Advisement Report.
How many credits is the course worth at time of completion.
What grade did you receive in the course. If you have not yet taken the course or, if the course is not yet graded, select the ‘In Progress’ option.
What semester did you complete the course.
What year did you complete the course.