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    Adventist University of Health Sciences
   
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

General Degree Requirements: Graduate Programs


Students will be recommended for graduation and eligibility for the certification examination (where applicable) when they:

  1. Meet all the requirements of Adventist University of Health Sciences and the Academic Program.
  2. Participate in Colloquium at a minimum of two sessions per academic year, or a total of 5 sessions, if the program is longer than 24 months.
  3. Complete the degree with a cumulative grade point average as required by each program.
  4. Meet the specific requirements of each program as outlined in the departmental section of this Academic Catalog.
  5. Meet all the requirements of the accrediting/approval bodies for licensure and certification (where applicable).
  6. Complete all required clinical experiences.
  7. Complete all courses specific to the professional discipline with the required minimum grade (refer to Progression and Completion sections of the professional programs for more information).
  8. Complete the overall sequence of graduate courses with a grade point average of 3.0 or better.
  9. Successfully complete the graduate capstone requirement (refer to Program Handbook for more information).

Graduate Capstone

The Adventist University graduate capstone is a scholarly report on a study, grant, or project which synthesizes and/or applies current evidence and knowledge from the student’s respective master’s degree programs.