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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2014–2016 Academic Policies and Procedures Grades and Records  

Grades and Records

In the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), the following grades are used:

A  Outstanding.

B+  Intermediate grade.


C  Satisfactory. Less than the GSAPP requirement; credits not counted toward degree requirements.*

S/U  Satisfactory or unsatisfactory. Used for official audits, internship (clinical program), or dissertation credits.

P/NC  Pass or no credit. Used for E credit courses (supervision, practicum placements, fieldwork) and internship (school program).

W  Withdrawn without evaluation. Used when a student officially drops a course or withdraws after the second week of classes.

IN  Incomplete. The requirements for all courses and their time parameters are clearly delineated in each course. Unless a student has given the instructor an Incomplete Request Form and it has been accepted by the instructor, the student receives a grade of F if the requirements have not been completed. All work is to be completed no later than May 1 for the fall semester or December 1 for the spring semester or for courses taken during Summer Session.

F  Failing.

*While "satisfactory" is the official university definition, the GSAPP Faculty Council voted on May 2, 1988, that a course that is graded C may not be counted toward meeting the required number of credits for graduation.

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