Satisfactory Student Progress

  • According to University policy, a grade point average (GPA) of ‘B’ (3.0) or better is required for the MA degree. It is the policy of the IIC Program that when a graduate student receives a third grade below a ‘B’, the IIC Graduate Committee will review the student’s progress. A student will normally be terminated from the program if their GPA is below 3.0. However, if evidence is presented suggesting that “special” circumstances account for the poor performance, the IIC Graduate Committee shall have the option of allowing the student to continue in the program with the understanding that the GPA must be raised to a 3.0 at the time of the next grade report or the student will be terminated from the program. The Director will review graduate student performance on a quarterly basis. Students who receive a second grade below a ‘B’ will be notified of the IIC Program’s policies in this area.


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