The requirements for a student to receive a baccalaureate degree from Michigan Technological University are the following:
The requirements for a student to receive a graduate degree from Michigan Technological University are the following:
Courses which meet the "at Michigan Tech" requirement are defined as courses listed in the course catalog and taught by Michigan Tech faculty either on campus, at field locations, or through distance learning.
The President or the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, is authorized to grant exceptions to this requirement in extraordinary individual cases.
Degree programs with special requirements may apply for exemptions. The President or the Provost, and Vice President for Academic Affairs may grant such programmatic exemptions upon recommendation of the Senate.
|01/28/89||Revised positions authorized to grant exceptions|
|03/17/89||Clarified type of degree|
|05/17/91||Revised in-residence work program|
|08/03/2000||Reflect the change in academic calendar from quarters to semesters|
|05/11/2001||Revised to provide a common standard of residency for all Michigan Tech baccalaureate degrees whether completed on campus or through distance learning.|
|07/15/2010||Was previously Policy 8.5. Renumbered and modified power to grant exceptions.|