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Updates and Corrections to the Print Bulletin

  • Page 14 - Information regarding Rematriculation for Global Campus students has been added.
  • Page 47 - Refunds - The second paragraph has been corrected to show the current process for receiving refunds.
  • Page 64 - Class Attendance - This article was added to this pdf and online.
  • Page 164 - MSA: Integrated Homeland Security Concentration - Required Courses (15 hours) should be bolded, and the total hours should be 36. 
  • Page 115 - MHA - Admission info was updated: Item 8.b. was changed to five years, Item 8.d. was deleted, and a new Item 9 was added. As of 11/5/19, Item 8 regarding MSA 602 was deleted.
  • Page 110 - MS in Apparel Product Development and Merchandising Technology - Accelerated admission info was updated: 2nd bullet deleted, last two bullet points were added, and paragraph on admission procedures was removed.
  • Page 97 - MA in Educational Leadership - Rural Education Leadership emphasis (only this emphasis) was put on hiatus and will not receive admissions.  
  • Page 209 - GEO 591 - Sentence about being identical to ESC 591 was deleted because the course ESC 591 was deleted as of Fall, 2016. 
  • Page 116 - Doctor of Health Administration - Application deadline was changed to April 15, and Item 5 in the Admissions section was changed, Item 6 was deleted, and Item 7 regarding references was changed.
  • Page 95 - Accelerated MA in Economics - the GPA listed in the accelerated section under Admission Requirements should be 3.00.
  • Courses approved for Spring 2020: DHA 619.
  • Page 15-16 - Authorization - Information for Georgia and Virginia was updated.
  • Application Fees were updated.
  • Credit by Examination fee information was updated.
  • The Ph.D. in Physics was added as a new program.
  • Course Deletions approved for Spring 2020: BIO 559, CHM 513, MTH 522, 594, 694.
  • The M.S. in Information Systems was updated with another choice of track, Business Data Analytics.
  • Page 34-26 - Admissions - The Academic Senate approved a revised policy on September 10, 2019.
  • Thesis/Doctoral Project/Dessertation/Journal Article Submission - (online bulletin) - the year on the February 24 deadline online was corrected to 2020.
  • BIO 570 - New title, description, prerequisites.
  • Page 37 - Continuous Registration Policy - Senate approved revised policy with Spring 2020 implementation date on November 5, 2019.
  • Page 76 - MS in Biology - GRE score has been removed as a requirement for admission.
  • Page 150 - MS in Applied Statistics and Analytics - in the print version, the Practicum requirement was omitted by error. The pdf has been updated.
  • Page 118-123 - History Programs - Admission Retention and Termination Requirements sections were updated for the MA in History, the Joint M.A. in History, and the Joint Ph.D. in History. The changes were: MA in History - changed to rolling deadline and updated information for funding; Joint M.A. - deleted GRE and TOEFL exam requirements and updated Statement of Purpose information; Ph.D. - deleted GRE exam requirement and updated TOEFL exam information. 
  • Page 99 - Ed.D. - Admission info regarding GRE or alternate and second due date updated.
  • Military and Veterans Section - Rate of Pursuit added.
  • MSA: Health Services Administration - Under Required Courses, the note should say " of HSC 507 or HSL 611..." (not HSC 611).
  • Page 145 - Ph.D. in School Psychology: Under Program Requirements,  the word "years" was left out of the sentence, "Students are required to complete at least two (2) years of academic training at Central Michigan University."

Check back for updates to this page: 9/11/20

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