|1.||In addition to its function in the advancement of research, the Graduate School
has the function of supervising the content and level of programs leading to graduate
degrees. It provides the services necessary for the processing of graduate student
applications for admission to the University. It has jurisdiction over the completion
of degree requirements by individual graduate students, and over the membership of
committees charged with supervising advanced course programs and dissertations of
students in the various fields of graduate study.
|2.||The term "graduate degree" designates all master's degrees
and all doctor's degrees except those of Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental
Surgery, Juris Doctor, and Doctor of Pharmacy.
|3.|| The term "graduate student" designates only those students who have been
admitted to the Graduate School.
|4.||A college, a school, or a department which has been authorized by the graduate faculty to offer a program of study leading to a graduate degree is termed "qualified."|
May 31, 1956; June 26, 1968; October 1, 1982.
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