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12. Academic Policies and Procedures for Graduate and First Professional Students

Approved by Graduate Studies Committee on October 18, 2001, Academic Council on April 25, 2002, Provost on April 24, 2002

This section describes academic policies and procedures specific to graduate students. Where a specific policy does not exist for a graduate-student-only issue, the appropriate undergraduate policy applies. These policies apply for students in M.S., M.A., M.M., M.Ed., Ed.S., Ed.D. and Ph.D. programs on the Stockton campus. Graduate programs on the San Francisco at the School of Dentistry and McGeorge School of Law are administered by the deans and faculty of the respective schools. Policies for students enrolled in first-professional doctorate programs (i.e., Pharm.D., J.D., and D.D.S.) are developed and maintained by the schools of Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, McGeorge School of Law, and the School of Dentistry. (See Sections 12.18 -12.20).

12.1 Graduate Admissions Policy
12.2 Programs of Study
12.3 Course Syllabus
12.4 Availability to Students
12.5 Grading Policies
12.6 Registration Policies
12.7 Assistantships
12.8 Academic Standing
12.9 Satisfactory Progress
12.10 A formal leave of absence
12.11 Withdrawals
12.12 Reinstatement
12.13 Course Audits
12.14 Thesis and Dissertations
12.15 Period of Residence
12.16 Posthumous Degrees
12.17 Graduate Credit as an Undergraduate
12.18 Graduate School Grievance Policy
12.19 Policies and Procedures for Students in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program
12.20 Policies and Procedures for students at the School of Dentistry
12.21 Policies and Procedures for students at the McGeorge School of Law


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