This BSU Student Handbook is a guide to student's rights, responsibilities and resources.
Full-time graduate study for master's degree and CAGS students is defined,
for academic purposes only, as being enrolled in nine or more graduate
credits in a given semester. To be considered full-time, postbaccalaureate
program students may be required to carry a course load of at least 12
credits each semester, as defined under "Course Loads" in the "Undergraduate
Academic Policies" section of the
University Catalog. The APB program follows the same rules as the
Masters degree and CAGS students.
Full-time graduate students may register for up to 15 credits during both the fall and spring semesters and up to 14 credits during the two summer sessions. Students wishing to register for more than the maximum credit load must receive permission in writing from their graduate advisers and graduate program coordinators.
Full-time graduate students must comply with Immunization Requirements. See Immunization Requirements for Graduate Students section of the University Catalog.
Note: Courses scheduled between the fall and spring semester (intersession courses) are considered part of the spring semester course load for graduate students.
Last Modified: September 26, 2012