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Admission

Admission to Graduate Study
Admission to Graduate Study, Procedures
Application and Admission to a Doctoral Program
Admissions Procedures and Plan of Study for Dual-Title Ph.D. Programs
Degrees, Graduate Studies
English Proficiency Requirements for Admission to Graduate Study
Application and Tuition Fees for Graduate Students
Transcripts


Enrollment

Academic Probation
Discontinued Enrollment
Dismissed Enrollment
Enrollment
Full-time Enrollment
Grading
Graduate Coursework Expiration Dates
Graduate Credit
Leave of Absence
Permit to Re-enroll Policy (chart)
Progress to Degree Policy
Seniors and Graduate Study (Co-enrollment)
Tuition and Fees for Graduate Students
Undergraduate Student Enrollment in Graduate Level Courses


Master's Degree

M.A. & M.S. Degrees
M.A. & M.S. Degrees with a Major in Interdisciplinary Studies
Master's Degree Program Time Restraints
Master's Degree Requirements
Master's Enrollment Requirements
Master's Final Exams
Master’s Student Oral Exam Committee Composition
Graduate Student Oral Exam Attendance
Posthumous Degrees
Embargo Policy for Theses and Dissertations
Master's Thesis


Doctoral Degree

Doctor of Philosophy
Doctoral Degrees with a Major in Interdisciplinary Studies
Dual-Title Doctor of Philosophy Degrees
Doctoral Candidacy (Post-comprehensive enrollment)
Doctoral Comprehensive Exam Time Constraints
Doctoral Degree Comprehensive Oral Exams
Doctoral Degree Final Oral Exams
Doctoral Student Oral Exam Committee Composition
Graduate Studies Representative on Doctoral Exam Committees
Graduate Student Oral Exam Attendance
Dean's Letter to the Graduate Studies Representative
Doctoral Degree Requirements
Doctoral Dissertation
Doctoral Program Time Constraints
Research Skills and Responsible Scholarship policy
Posthumous Degrees
Embargo Policy for Theses and Dissertations

Certificate Programs

Eligibility and Admission to a Graduate Certificate Program
Graduate Certificate Programs
Graduate Certificate Programs, Policies and Procedures for


Graduate Faculty Status

Graduate Faculty Appointments
Regular Status for Graduate Faculty
Dissertation Status for Graduate Faculty
Special Member Status for Graduate Faculty
University Faculty and Advanced Degrees


GTA/GRA/GA

Board of Regents Policy on Spoken English
Board of Regents Statement on Spoken English
Final Exam Regulations
GRA Tuition Assistance
GTA Appointment Forms
GTA Out-of-Field Appointments
GTA Time Limits
GTA/GRA/GA Health Insurance Info
GTA/GRA/GA Guidelines and Eligibility
-Graduate Teaching Assistant Appointment Eligibility
-Graduate Research Assistant Appointment Eligibility
-Graduate Assistant Appointment Eligibility
GTA/GRA/GA Benefits
Memorandum of Agreement
Performance Evaluations for Graduate Teaching Assistants


250 word abstract and 250 word research statement is all it takes to apply to present at the Capitol Graduate Research Summit.
Capitol Graduate Research Summit | Graduate Studies
February 12, 2015 - Topeka, Kansas Application Deadline: Friday, November 21, 2014.

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