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Report: Graduate Studies Committee
Graduate Studies Committee                                                                                                             Fall 2008



COURSE CREDIT OVERLOADS FOR FULL-TIME GRADUATE STUDENTS

A typical study program for a full-time graduate student at CCSU is considered to be 9-15 credits of academic work per semester. A full-time graduate student who wishes to register for 16-18 credits must receive written authorization from the Dean, School of Graduate Studies. Authorization for credit overloads during winter and summer session must also be obtained from the Dean. Credit overload forms are provided by the University Registrar or at their website.

Students who wish to register for more than 18 credits should apply in writing to the Dean, School of Graduate Studies at least one week prior to registration for the semester in which the additional course credits are to be taken. Applications for over 18 credits are available on the Registrar's website at www.ccsu.edu/Registrar. Effective fall, 2003, in addition to the applicable tuition/required fees, full-time students registering for more than 18 credits will be assessed appropriate excess per credit fees for each credit beyond 18. These fees are non-refundable and will not be deleted if at a later time the total credits are fewer than 19.

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Engineering Dept language to review as well:

The applicants must have earned a BS in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering or Engineering Technology for the Mechanical/Manufacturing specialization. The applicants must have earned a BS in Civil Engineering or Engineering Technology for the Civil/Construction specialization. Other Bachelors programs may be considered by the Department for each specialization provided they meet the math, science and engineering technology requirements.
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