Students are expected to meet with their faculty academic coursework advisor regularly, which includes attending group advising meetings. The academic advisor will meet with the student to assist in planning a proposed program of study using Stellic. Students should review their degree progression in Stellic each semester with their advisor.
Although the advisor will assist the student in setting up their academic plan, the student is responsible for making sure that requirements for graduation are met. Therefore, students should make sure that they are always aware of the required courses to complete their degree requirements.
- 30 credits required for the DEL MEM degree
- 36 NSOE credits required for students completing a dual degree
- 48 credits are required for the MEM and MF degrees.
- 72 credits are required for the joint MEM/MF concurrent degree program.