Students currently enrolled in a graduate program who wish to change to another program or emphasis must seek official approval using one of the following procedures. Students should meet with the director of the graduate program of interest to determine which procedure to follow. The director will review the student's record in light of current admission criteria, applicant pool, and space available. If approved, the student will be subject to the policies and requirements in effect at the beginning of the semester/session of transfer. Students who are currently enrolled in the Preliminary and Professional Clear Teaching Credential program may submit a Petition for Change of Program form to add the Master's Degree in Learning and Teaching. The petition must be approved by the School of Education Graduate Admissions Committee and by the School of Education Director of Graduate Programs and forwarded to the Graduate Records Office for processing. Individuals currently enrolled as special (non-degree) students must file a regular admission application described in Procedure Two.
Procedure One: File Petition for Change of Graduate Program or Emphasis
Students must submit a Petition for Change of Graduate Program or Emphasis (available in Graduate Records Office and program departments) to the director of the graduate program of interest. Additional documentation may be required by the director. The decision of the director or department will be sent to the Graduate Records Office which will notify the student, original department, and other relevant offices on campus regarding the outcome of the petition.
Procedure Two: File Admission Application with Graduate Admissions Office
Students must submit a regular application form to the Graduate Admissions Office and include any additional or updated credentials that are not currently on file in that office. The application will be handled in the usual manner by the Graduate Admissions Office.