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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2003-2005 Public Policy Program Academic Standing and Procedures  

Academic Standing and Procedures

All students in the public policy program must achieve certain academic standards in order to continue in the course of study. The program is committed to an excellent education for all students; however, a student will occasionally have difficulty. The program director, in consultation with other faculty, administers student standing. If a student fails to meet these standards, the program director may recommend dismissal to the dean.


 
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