Examinations

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Students must be enrolled during the semester in which they complete their oral comprehensive or final examinations.  Additionally, no graduate student will be allowed to take oral comprehensive or final examinations, or to go forward with a thesis or dissertation defense, if a waiting grade (WG) placeholder or an incomplete (I) grade is listed on the student's transcript.


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