Missouri University of Science and Technology
Doctoral Degree Candidates — PhD and DE
Master's Degree Candidates — MA, MBA, ME and MS
All master's degree candidates on campus who are utilizing faculty and/or facilities (including library and computers) for the purpose of advisement, data gathering, courses, or examinations shall be enrolled for credit commensurate with this activity. But in no case shall they be enrolled for less than three hours each semester or summer.
Examination Only Fee
An examination fee is an appropriate substitute for the three-hour requirement only under either of the following conditions:
Students enrolled in oral examination only during an inter-session and who fail to complete it before the next semester begins must register for at least one hour of research (490) through the end of the fourth week of the semester or second week of the summer session. All non-resident students on appointment during the previous semester may enroll at the in-state educational fee rate. If the graduate form III/IX and the library copy of the thesis/dissertation are not submitted by that time, enrollment will increase to three credit hours for the semester or summer session
A graduate student on a full-time academic program is limited to a maximum of 16 credit hours of work during any regular semester and to 9 credit hours in a summer term (eight-week session).
The combined teaching and academic load of any graduate student or instructor who is involved in both activities shall not exceed 18 credit hours per regular semester or 9 credit hours for the summer session.
In addition to the above schedule, any graduate student may enroll for not more than one credit hour in graduate seminar courses or for no credit as a "hearer" in a one-, two-, or three-hour foreign language course per semester.
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