General rqmts for Graduate Program

General requirements for all degree programs are as follows:

  • All admission requirements should be met
  • An applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent for Mater Degree program and a Master Degree or equivalent for Doctoral program from a college or university of acceptable standing
  • Applicants are evaluated by the individual departments in which they intend to register on the basis of their prior performance and professional promise, as evidenced by their academic records, letters of evaluation from individuals familiar with their capabilities, and any other pertinent data they submit
  • In general, most departments require significant work in mathematics and the physical sciences in addition to preparation in a specific field of interest, but some admit students with as little as one year each of college-level mathematics and physical science
  • Students with minor deficiencies in preparation may be admitted, but they must make up prerequisite general or professional subjects before proceeding
  • Complete at least 36 credits including required internship in the chosen area of concentration
  • Graduate course work should maintain a grade-point average of not less than 3.00 (“B” average) on a 4:0 scale
  • Residency shall be defined as direct exposure to the faculty and curriculum of Sanbaltar University
  • Complete the core curriculum and area of concentration requirements for one of the major programs
  • In each graduate program, there are three categories of course requirements:
  • Area of Concentration,
  • Core Curriculum
  • Advanced electives.
  • Attendance at the commencement exercises to receive the degree unless providentially hindered and excused by the administration
  • All students planning to graduate from this institution are required to complete an application for graduation at the beginning of the Fall Term of their senior year. This application is acquired through the Office of the Dean of Academic Affairs. A required fee of $250 is to be paid before the end of the Fall Term. If the student fails to meet the graduation requirements, this fee is non-refundable.