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Bulletins

Updates and Corrections to the 21-22 Bulletin

  • General Education - Competencies: Freshman Composition - Correction: AP exam was removed from Item C, as it has not been accepted since 2014.
  • Reading in the Elementary Grades Minor is on hiatus.
  • The Integrated Science Major and Minor for Elementary are on hiatus.
  • Outcomes and Objectives were added to the Computer Science major.
  • Geography Department - Admission, Retention, and Termination standards were updated on several programs.
  • The non-degree Coaching Endorsement, previously offered by the Physical Education and Sport department, has been deleted and will no longer be offered.
  • Undergraduate Transfer Credit Policy was revised by the Academic Senate on October 27, 2020. The paper version is correct.
  • FIN 445, BLR 445, and BLR 491 were corrected. The paper bulletin is correct.
  • Page 18 - Resident Tuition section was updated, 2nd paragraph (print version is correct)
  • Page 122 - BSED Birth-Grade 6 - Special Course Requirements III should say 6-9 hours (not 3 hours).
  • Transcript Fee - has been updated.
  • Page 20 - Graduate Rate of Pursuit for 15-16 week courses was updated.
  • BSED (Birth through Grade 6) - added statement that English as a Second Language (ESL) minor may be added to any major listed above.
  • WGS 213 should say "Identical to HDF 213."
  • Page 321 - Actuarial Science Major - changed A-R-T statement about double counting with Mathematics major or minor.
  • Sport Management Major - Item 1 of the Admission Requirements, Retention & Termination Standards have been updated.
     

Check back for updates to this page:7/22/21

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The purpose of this bulletin is to provide information about CMU’s academic programs available in the 2020-21 academic year and information concerning admissions, academic regulations and requirements, services available to students, and CMU staff and faculty. Students are responsible for ensuring that all requirements for graduation have been met. It is expected that students will regularly discuss their plans of study with academic advisors.

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