Five-year completion limit for graduate degrees

Disclosures and policies

Five-year completion limit for graduate degrees

The completion limit for graduate degrees is five years, including ESL, intensive graduate-level coursework, and/or required undergraduate courses, if assigned, as well as final project, thesis and student teaching. If, for any reason, the student does not complete the program within the five-year period, the student must petition to the office of graduate studies for continuation under the current program of study.