2015 - 2016 Graduate MAE Program by Defiance College

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12 coursework time limitations all work for the master’s degree including credits accepted by transfer must be completed within a period of six calendar years failure to complete the program in six calendar years will result in removal from the program credit for courses taken outside of this time frame will not be accepted a graduate candidate who wishes to extend his/her program must submit a written petition to the candidate’s respective program director before the end of the six-year time limit decisions will be made by the office of academic affairs or appointed committee based on the recommendation of the program director the request should indicate the reasons for the extension and a proposed timeline of completing the degree taking no more than one additional academic year academic year defiance college operates on a semester calendar consisting of two 16-week semesters the fall semester runs from late august to mid-december the spring semester runs from early january to early may defiance college offers flexible courses in both the master of art in education and master of business administration programs during evenings and weekends the college offers a summer program from early may through mid-august consisting of two six-week sessions an an alternate week session all summer for graduate courses summer session courses consist of those offered during the regular academic year as well as many elective options confidentiality of student records defiance college will inform students annually of the family educational rights and privacy act of 1974 ferpa this act which the institution intends to comply fully was designed to protect the privacy of education records to establish the right of students to inspect and review their educational records and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal hearings students also have the right to file complaints with the ferpa office concerning alleged failures by the institution to comply with the act a student’s academic record is considered confidential information without the student’s expressed written permission it is accessible only to college personnel who keep the records or need to have information to help the student “directory information” may be released to the public and is divided into the following categories category i name address telephone number dates of attendance class roster class schedule e-mail address class standing defiance college graduate catalog