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Degree Audit and Graduation Procedures

Graduation Procedures

Two semesters before you plan to complete degree requirements and graduate, you must submit a degree audit for each major and minor, and a Graduation Application to the Registrar's Office. The necessary forms may be downloaded from this page and are also available at the Dean's office. The Degree Audit for your major or minor specifies all required courses that have been or must be completed. The audit must be signed by the chair of the school or department offering the major or minor program. Course substitutions and waivers of departmental degree program requirements may be granted only by the chair and approved by the dean of the college offering the major or minor program. You may not be listed in the commencement program unless your Degree Candidacy Form is filed with the assistant to the provost six weeks prior to commencement.

Degree Audit Sheets

NOTE: Right-click on a link select "save as" or "save link as" for the most recent version of each audit sheet. Degree audit forms are available as pdf files. You will need the free Adobe Reader to open/print these audit sheets. B.S. degree audits are also available as Excel Macro-Enabled files. You will need Excel 2007 or later to use this version of an audit sheet. Click here for instructions for using these Excel-based audits.

B.S. Biology
    PreMed Concentration
    PreVet Concentration
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B.S. Conservation Biology
    Human Dimensions Concentration
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B.S. Fisheries & Wildlife Management
     Fisheries Concentration
     Wildlife Concentration
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B.S. Fish Health pdf xlsm
B.S. Medical Laboratory Sciences pdf xlsm
A.D. Natural Resources Technology pdf doc
A.D. Marine Technology pdf  

 

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