Personalized Minor Form

 

University policy

A student whose educational objectives cannot be best served by existing minors may design a personalized minor suited to individual needs. The student, after completing a minimum of 30 hours, must petition in writing the department head of the area in which the minor is to be taken. This petition is prepared in consultation with the student’s advisor and the department of the minor; it includes a list of the proposed courses to be taken with a detailed statement of justification. The department head may accept or reject the petition. When the proposal is agreed upon by both the student and the department head, a personalized program is written and forwarded to the Office of the Registrar, Carrington Hall, room 320.

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Additional Policy Effective August 1, 2016

Mixed Credit (Accelerated Graduate Programs): Students admitted into an approved accelerated graduate degree program may have a limited number of 600-level or higher courses counted toward both an undergraduate and graduate degree.

Mixed Credit (General): Undergraduate students who meet all the admission requirements of a graduate degree or certificate program other than the completion of a baccalaureate degree may receive permission to take up to six hours of mixed (undergraduate and graduate) credit without first being admitted to a specific graduate program.

Senior Permission: Undergraduate students who have accumulated at least 90 hours from Missouri State or another accredited institution may be permittedto take a maximum of 12 credits of 600-level or higher courses for graduate credit.

For additional information, please review the entire policy.

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