Regularity in attendance and performance is necessary for success in graduate work. Because of the compressed time frames, attendance is required, and if absence is unavoidable, the instructor will determine if the work may continue in the course. Continuation of the course may not be possible.
It is the responsibility of the instructor to inform students of the methods of evaluation to be used. At the conclusion of each course final grades are submitted to the Registrar.
A student's scholarship rating in each subject is determined by the instructor according to evaluation method provided by the instructor and the course syllabus. The grading system follows:
||Superior graduate work. This indicates ot only high achievement, but also an unusual degree of initiative.
||Above average graduate work.
||Satisfactory and average graduate work.
||Less than average graduate work.
||Work is barely passing at the graduate level.
|CD, D, F
||Failing graduate work.
||Withdrawal from course.
||No credit granted.
||Audit (no credit)
||Incomplete. Given only for Educ 602 - Education Research II
A grade of Incomplete will be given only when events occur that make it impossible to complete the course. The grade of Incomplete requires the approval of the Director of Graduate Studies in Education. The removal of an Incomplete grade is the responsibility of the student.
Grade Point Average:
In order to graduate with a Master of Arts Degree in Education, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. No Viterbo University course will be applied to the program if a grade lower than C is recorded.