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Graduate School–Camden
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Actuarial Sciences
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Biology 120
Biology, Computational and Integrative 121
Business and Science 137
Chemistry 160
Childhood Studies 163
Computer Science 198
Creative Writing 200
Criminal Justice 202
English 350, 352, 354, 615, 842
Foreign Languages 410
History 512
Industrial Mathematics
Liberal Studies 606
Mathematical Sciences 645
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Pure Mathematics
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Teaching in Mathematical Sciences
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Physical Therapy 742
Psychology 830
Public Affairs 824
Public Administration 834, 831
School of Business–Camden
School of Social Work: Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) Program
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Camden Newark New Brunswick/Piscataway
  Graduate School–Camden 2013–2015 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Mathematical Sciences 645 Scholastic Standing  

Scholastic Standing

Academic Warning, Probation, and Dismissal

Each semester, the Graduate Committee, meeting with the director of the graduate program, reviews the scholastic records of all enrolled students and makes recommendations for warning, probationary status, or dismissal of students in academic difficulty. The director notifies affected students in writing of any action taken. Students who receive a grade of C+ or lower in any course taken to satisfy degree requirements may be warned that their work is unsatisfactory or may be placed on probation. A student receiving a grade of C+ or lower in 9 credits of coursework may be dismissed from the program.

Student Appeals

Student appeals of decisions of the Graduate Committee, or student grievances related to academic matters, must be presented in writing to the director of the graduate program within one month of the decision(s). Acceptable grounds for appeal are (1) technical error and/or (2) new information and/or (3) extenuating circumstances. Students are allowed to meet with the committee and are permitted to be represented by an adviser from within the university community. In consultation with the Graduate Committee and all parties to the dispute, the director of the graduate program proposes a resolution to the matter. If this is unsuccessful, the matter is placed before the membership of the graduate program faculty for its decision. While such faculty action usually is final, a student may appeal to the dean of the Graduate School–Camden in cases where the student is dissatisfied with the resolution.

Student Complaints about Grades

Student complaints about grades are handled according to the regulations of the Graduate School–Camden. The faculty committee referred to in these regulations will be the Graduate Committee, meeting without the director of the program.

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