and adequate comprehension of the subject. Work shows practical or personal application of course content in specific assignments, as appropriate The grade will vary from C+ to C- according to the quality and quantity of the work. Grades of D : Work displays marginal performance demonstrating a minimal passing level of attainment appropriate for the undergraduate level. The student’s work indicates poor quality of thought and poor comprehension of course content. Work shows practical or personal application of course content in specific assignments, as appropriate. The grade will vary from D+ to D- according to the quality and quantity of the work. Grades of F : Work shows unacceptable performance. The student’s work indicates major deficiencies in learning and reveals little or no understanding of course content. This grade denotes either unacceptable performance in spite of some effort, or failure to complete the assigned work. A- 90-92 3.67 B+ 87-89 3.33 B 83-86 3.00 Good B- 80-82 2.67 C+ 77-79 2.33 C 73-76 2.00 Satisfactory C- 70-72 1.67 D+ 67-69 1.33 D 63-66 1.00 Poor D- 60-62 0.67 F 0-59 0.00 Failing FX 0 0.00 Failure to make-up or finish an Incomplete
47 Students should be aware that they need to earn a C- (a C for Animation, Business, and Interdisciplinary majors) or better in all courses which they intend to apply to the major. They can repeat courses following the processes listed under “Registration Processes.” Graduation Procedure 1. All students desiring to graduate must file a Graduation Application with the Registrar’s Office by: September 15 for December graduation; and by December 1 for graduation in either May or August of the following year. 2. The Registrar’s Office receives the Graduation Application from each student. 3. Students who are not approved to graduate in the semester stated on the Graduation Application must file another Application in a subsequent semester. 4. The Registrar’s Office posts degrees on transcripts and issues diplomas only when the registrar has certified that all graduation requirements have been met. These requirements include the following: a. Satisfactory completion of all degree requirements as specified in the Catalog for the student’s degree program. Students who have been approved to pursue a degree according to an Individualized Degree Plan must satisfy all course and credit requirements of that plan prior to graduating. b. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00. c. Payment of graduation fee and all university financial obligations, including housing. 5. Students on academic or disciplinary probation will not be allowed to graduate. Note: Diplomas and final transcripts will not be issued to graduates who have not completed required financial aid exit counseling. “Incomplete” Grades (“I”) A grade of “Incomplete” (“I”) will be assigned only if proper arrangements have been made prior to the end of the course.
- Spring '14
- ........., Academic degree, Bachelor's degree, Bachelor of Arts, Undergraduate education