Graduation Requirements

Please see the appropriate section for information regarding graduation requirements.

Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Graduation requires successful completion of a prescribed sequence of study and a minimum 2.00 grade point average. Students with a cumulative GPA below 2.00 will not be in compliance with the criteria for good academic standing and may be subject to academic dismissal. Furthermore, as required by their program, all students must successfully complete any and all requirements as indicated on their degree audit.

All associate-level degrees require the completion of a minimum of 90 quarter credits. All bachelor’s-level degrees require the completion of a minimum of 180 quarter credits. While most major programs have variations that require slightly more quarter credits for completion, no program requires fewer than the 90/180 quarter credit minimum.

Additional information regarding graduation requirements can be found in the Student Handbook.

Graduation requires successful completion of a prescribed sequence of study and a minimum grade point average of 3.00 (3.25 for doctoral program students). Students with a cumulative GPA below 3.00 will not be in compliance with the criteria for good academic standing and may be subject to academic dismissal. In addition, doctoral program students must not receive a grade of F in a course.

Students are reviewed for graduation when they have completed all requirements in their program of study. Graduation is not recorded until after the term has ended, grades have been received and the degree audit of each expected graduate has been reviewed. Confirmation of graduation will occur approximately 30 days after final term grades have been submitted.

Additional information regarding graduation requirements can be found in the Student Handbook.