For knowledge on what kind of courses are required to fulfill major, minor, and program requirements please refer to the policies below. Further information can be found on the specific program's website, or in the Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. Clicking on any link in the list below takes users to a brief description of the policy/form and a link where it can be downloaded and printed.
Transfer of law enforcement from two-year associate programs to the Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree at Seattle University.
Specific requirements for each degree are found in the appropriate sections of the Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs. A student is held to the degree requirements in effect at the time of matriculation unless a requirement cannot be met because of substantial changes in departmental offerings.
Explains the enrollment requirements and status of students actively pursuing the doctoral degree.
A minimum cumulative Seattle University grade point average of 2.00 is required in the major in order for a student to be eligible for a degree except in those programs outlined in this policy, which require a higher minimum GPA
Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts degree in the Matteo Ricci College program are required to complete the MRC humanities core but if seeking a second baccalaureate degree must follow more requirements.
Substitution of one course for another in a student's program does not constitute a repeat of a previous course; the course must have the same title and content of the original course.
Substituting undergraduate Core credits is done with a Petition for Exception to Policy form. Students or staff may fill this out. For a full list of what cannot be petitioned, please look at our Non-Petitionable Academic Issues Policy, which will be changing Summer 2013.
Updating a student's Catalog year to a different one than when they started is done with a Petition for Exception to Policy form. Students or staff may fill this out. For a full list of what cannot be petitioned, please look at our Non-Petitionable Academic Issues Policy, which will be changing Summer 2013.
Specifically for the College of Education only, allows a student register for a 900 level class.
Discusses the requirements for undergraduate core needed to complete a Bachelor's degree at Seattle University.