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February - April Work on Senate Mandate
In December 2005 The Faculty Senate asked the Graduate Studies Committee (GSC) to investigate the following issues
n Scheduling and Canceling of Graduate Courses
n Publicity/Marketing of Graduate Programs
n Teaching/ Lab assistants by Graduate Assistants
n Thesis Requirements
n Tuition Waivers and Stipends
March Graduate Open House: More than 222 prospective students attended the Spring Graduate Open House.
April Spring Graduate Forum Discussion and Guided Group Discussion on Senate Mandate and Presentation of the Community of Scholars Tribute to the Department of Criminal Justice
M.S. Reading & Language Arts (School of Ed.& Prof.Studies)
Gabriele J. Agnello
M.S. Technology Management (School of Technology)
M.A. Biological Science (School of Arts & Science)
Maria C. Giarratana
M.S. Business Ed (School of Business)
Linda M. Klusek
Thomas X. Brodnitzki
M.S. Educational Technology
Fern Gayle Wildman-Schrier
M.A. Public History
Geum Suk Ryu
Gretchen A. Rothe
M.A. Modern Language: IUMA Spanish
Cindy L. Rodriguez
Elizabeth M. Godwin
M.A. Mathematics: Statistics
Timothy J. Brzezinski
M.S. Mathematics: Secondary
Kathleen M. Alber
M.S. Data Mining
M.A. Psychology: Community
M.S. Anesthesia (Biological Science)
M.S. Biology: General
M.A. Biomolecular Science
M.S. Elementary Education
M.S. Educational Foundations: Secondary Ed.
M.S. Special Education
Sixth Year Reading & Language Arts
Mary Ellen Farrell
M.S. Physical Education & Human Performance
M.S. Counselor Education: Student Development/Higher Education
M.S. Marriage & Family Therapy
Mary Katherine Delaney
M.S. CIT: Computer Science
Lindsay Bree Tringali
M.S. Educational Leadership
GPA REQUIREMENT FOR ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY FOR MS CAPSTONES Passed 2/23/06
A student must have at least a 3.00 overall GPA to be eligible to apply for all graduate program capstones (i.e., theses (Plan A), comprehensive examinations (Plan B), special projects (Plan C), dissertations (Plan D), and course embedded special projects (Plan E)). Students choosing Plans A, C, D, or E may not apply until they complete 18 credits for programs with 30-35 credits, or 24 credits for programs with greater than 36 credits. Students choosing Plan B may not apply to take the Comprehensive Examination until they have completed 75% of course work. Exceptions may be granted with the recommendation of the advisor and permission of the Dean of Graduate Studies.
POLICY FOR RE-ENROLLING STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN DISMISSED passed on 3/30/06
Students who are dismissed from graduate study may request reenrollment upon attainment of a 3.00 (B) cumulative grade point average on the Central Connecticut State University graduate record. Forms for requesting file reenrollment are available in the Graduate Admissions Office, the Office of the School of Graduate Studies and at www.ccsu.edu/grad. Along with the reenrollment form to Graduate Admissions, the student must submit any additional materials that are required by the department for the department's review of the file. A department may also consider prior performance in the program when reviewing a student's file who has been formally dismissed by the School of Graduate Studies.
Admissions Requirements for New Sixth Year Program in Mathematics
Education Leadership Passed 2/23/06
Students for whom program is intended: mathematics teachers in grades K-12 who aspire to assume greater leadership responsibilities within their schools and districts, including but not limited to developing curriculum, providing professional development, serving as resource teachers, serving as department chair or department head, and serving as district-wide curriculum coordinators.
In addition to fulfillment of all requirements for admission to the School of Graduate Studies, candidates must also satisfy the following departmental requirements:
Applicants are strongly encouraged to become certified as BEST mentors, if appropriate to current teaching position.
Students who are admitted to this sixth year program are guaranteed acceptance into the Department Chair Certification Track and may, upon completion of EDL 655 apply for candidacy for the Intermediate Administrator Track to the Department of Educational Leadership through the School of Graduate Studies.
Application deadline is March 1 for admission to program for summer matriculation. Applicants will be notified of decision regarding acceptance starting May 1.
For more information, contact the Department of Mathematical Sciences at 860-832-2835.
New M.A. in English Admissions Requirements Passed 3/30/06
To qualify for the Master of Arts degree program in English, an applicant must have a baccalaureate degree in English or American literature or a closely related field from an accredited college or university, or 30 hours of appropriate undergraduate course work in the discipline (as approved by departmental review). Additional undergraduate credits will be required of students who lack sufficient preparation in literature. Applicants must have a GPA of at least 3.0 on a four-point scale in both overall undergraduate course work and English courses. Conditional admission may be offered to students who do not meet all of these requirements. Applicants must also submit the following:
To the Graduate Admissions Office:
To the English Department (Attn. Chair, English Graduate Committee), at the same time that application materials are submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office:
No applications will be considered until all materials have been received. Applications will be evaluated by the department on an ongoing basis.