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Graduation Requirements
Students are accountable for meeting all graduation requirements. Although faculty advisors will assist in planning and scheduling courses, students bear the final responsibility for meeting all requirements. Entering students must display basic competencies (reading, mathematics, and written expression) needed to succeed at Stevens. Students who do not demonstrate these skills on placement tests will be required to complete specified remedial courses to improve competency levels. Students must obtain a “C” or better in a remedial course in order to move on to college credit courses.

Associate Degree
To be eligible for an associate degree, students are required to satisfy the following:

1. Complete all courses, both general education and technical, set forth in this catalog as required in a specific technical major. Substituting courses may only be done with the prior approval of the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Only courses numbered 100 and above can be applied toward meeting graduation requirements for an associate degree.

2. Earn at least an overall “C” average, a 2.0 cumulative quality point average (out of apossible 4.0), plus an overall “C” average (2.0 cumulative average) in one’s technical major.

3. Fulfill all financial obligations to Stevens.

Additional Information
Students not having earned all the credits required for a degree after four semesters in a major may enroll in another accredited institution to fulfill requirements. Prior approval by the Vice President for Academic Affairs is necessary. Any exceptions to graduation requirements must be approved by the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Graduating students are responsible for knowing and understanding all graduation and commencement requirements. This information includes commencement and rehearsal dates as issued by the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Model schedules and catalog requirements are used to determine degree requirements.